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Subject:Yes, To Vet From:Mark Levinson <mark -at- SD -dot- CO -dot- IL> Date:Sun, 18 Sep 1994 12:37:28 IST
>People around me have taken to using the word 'vet' (sp?) in the context of
>checking and proofreading,
** Anu Garg's online dictionary lists it (definition 2.2 below).
I don't know what printed dictionary is the source.
1. vet \'vet\ n : VETERINARIAN, VETERINARY
2. vet vt or vet.ted; or vet.ting 1a: to provide veterinary care for (an
animal) or medical care for (a person) 1b: to subject (a person or animal)
to a physical examination or checkup 2: to subject to expert appraisal or
3. vet ajor n : VETERAN
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