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vet.

abbreviation for
1. (Military) veteran
2. (Veterinary Science) veterinarian
3. (Veterinary Science) veterinary
Also (for senses 2, 3): veter
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Kak khorosh zelenyi les vesnoiu, / Tam prokhladoi lesnoiu dyshit veter.
It was futile from the beginning; the common thread upon the settlement notice being read by veter ans who possess a common sense outlook backed by rigorous education, was: 'How stupid do they think the veteran is.
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The ruling party was a coalition of two parties headed by Quezon and OsmeAaAaAeA~a, two veter politicians who were elected and reelected without serious opposition.
Prevalence of chronic pain, posttraumatic stress disorder, and persistent postconcussive symptoms in OIF/OEF veter ans: Polytrauma clinical triad.
Veter, "Sleep mode mechanism with improved upstream performance for passive optical networks," in Proc.
In January 2004, another Slovene national newspaper Veter wrote on Mailer's warnings about the imperialistic tendencies of the United States of America.
ARKANSAS--John Herrington, Veter Howard, Dina Tyler, Herman Williams, George Wilson
The 68th Annual Paralyzed Veter ans of America National Convention is in Orlando, Fla.
The wind begins to blow early in part 1--"i veter dul, pechaPno voia" (138; and the wind blew, dismally howling); "Chtob veter vyl ne tak unylo" (140; wished / The wind would not howl so dismally)--disturbing Evgeny's dreams and signaling the oncoming flood.