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Medeo is an app that connects physicians to patients online via computer, tablet, or smartphone.

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Google previewThree Men in a Niva (2006)

by Tim Healing

Medeo is an interesting place and is about as far as you can go by bus into the mountains. A road does continue to wind its way on up deeper into the wilderness, but eventually turns into little more than a track. Medeo itself is little more than a ...

Google previewBarclay's English Dictionary. With which is incorporated a complete modern gazetteer, a beautiful atlas of maps and also a pronouncing dictionary (1815)

by James Barclay (Curate of Edmonton.)

[from medeo, to heal, Lat.] physical; reIating to medicine, or the art of healing. M EDICALLY ...

Google previewPharmaceutical Lexicon: a dictionary of pharmaceutical science, etc (1873)


MEDEO L.A. VIRGINICA. See Gyromia Virginica. MEDICAMENT. Anything used for healing diseases or wounds; a medicine; a healing application. MEDICATE. To tincture or impregnate with healing substances or with anything medicinal.

Google previewAn English-Irish Dictionary (1855)

by Daniel Foley

tenò, medoon, medeo nuèb. Mediocrìty, r. meopnpùclco, cnoupclùb, meaòonuùb. Meditate, e. a. pmunmlg, pmuum, cmriimg, mearhpulä, {зап-301113 , pnolL. Meditation, a. meulilpußctů, гтишlleno. bnparilull., colrilne. Meditetive ...

Google previewA Technical Dictionary; Or, A Dictionary Explaining the Terms Used in All Arts and Sciences (1851)

by George Crabb

medicine, from 'medeo to cure; curing or alleviating the diseases of the human body; also any substance which may serve as a medicine. Mnm' mss LI'NGUm (Law), a jury or inquest consisting of half natives and half foreigners ...

Google previewThe Royal English Dictionary; or a Treasury of the English Language ... To which is prefixed a comprehensive Grammar of the English Tongue, etc (1763)

by Daniel Fenning

a soup, or lr-rh,medeo different sorts of flesh ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Every-Day Difficulties in Reading, Writing, and Speaking the English Language; Or Hard Words Made Easy, Etc (1862)

by Edward SHELTON (Miscellaneous Writer.)

(Latin, medeo, to cure). Anything calculated to heal or cure; that which bestows health or safety; that which cures an evil or repairs a loss; redress; aid; help; relief . Reminiscence, remmy-nissens (Latin, reminiscor, to remember). Recollection ...

Google previewZell's Popular Encyclopedia (1882)

A Complete Dictionary of the English Language; with Pronouncing Vocabulary & a Gazetteer of the World

Medeo'la, n. [Named after Medea, from its supposed medicinal virtues.] (Bot.) A genus of plants, order Liliaceae, including the Cucumber Root, or Indian Cucumber, M. Virginica, 1–2 feet high, and remarkable for the symmetry of its form, and its ...

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