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331. Addictive (verslawende) :: Tobacco is one of the most addictive drugs available and by far the deadliest overall
332. Administer (administreer) :: Parish directors and lay ministers are asked to prepare candidates for baptism or marriage then to step aside when a priest arrives to administer the sacraments
333. Breath (asem) :: Pedro is a breath away from signing with the Mets
334. Curative (genesende) :: He reported he felt better making her wonder about the benefits of increased circulation as a curative
335. Dentist (tandarts) :: In the shortterm we will change the way dentists are remunerated for treating patients
336. Dentistry (tandheelkunde) ::
337. Disorder (wanorde) :: If there isnt enough time to figure this out well see disorder in the market next year she said
338. Dispensary (apteek) :: The dispensary with its scores of bottles containing different coloured medicines on the shelves has been left just as Alf would have found it in the 1950s
339. Dispense (afsien) :: So they use the public sector not to provide services but to dispense patronage they use trade protection to distribute favours
340. Dissipated (verkwis) :: Life was good in a dissipated and decadent perpetuallysozzled sort of way
341. Epidemic (epidemie) :: In short humanity faces a growing global mental illness crisis of epidemic proportions
342. Gym (gimnasium) :: One player who walks into the gym and all her teammates are a little afraid of what she might do next
343. Pharmaceutical (farmaseutiese) :: A long period is needed for pharmaceutical drugs to acquire marketing approval
344. Pharmacist (apteker) :: Most pharmacists who suspect a drug is being abused either refuse to sell the product or claim it is out of stock
345. Pharmacy (apteek) :: They can be bought overthecounter at pharmacies and health food shops
346. Prognosis (prognose) :: Ventricular tachycardia carries a serious adverse prognosis particularly in the presence of coronary artery disease and impaired ventricular function
347. Radiography (radiografie) ::
348. Radiologist (radioloog) ::
349. Radiotherapy (radioterapie) :: The book was written for practicing and teaching pathologists but it should also be appealing to radiologists medical and surgical oncologists and radiotherapists
350. Reject (verwerp) :: Would people reject me just because Im too pale my nose is too long and my hair too light
351. Relapse (terugval) :: He has apparently given up drugs on three or four occasions but he has relapsed
352. Robust (robuuste) :: Less rugged and robust than debonair and sophisticated he attracted modern independent women who appreciated his flair
353. Sister (suster) :: Yesterday an old man collapsed in the toilet and Amelia ran out to fetch the ward sister
354. Sore (seer) :: He was angry now sore as a skunk and with enough whisky inside him to keep Jim Beam going for ten years or so
355. Tobacco (tabak) :: This can happen due to variety of reasons the commonest being smoking or chewing tobacco
356. Tuberculosis (tuberkulose) :: Early diagnosis of tuberculosis is an important arm in the control of tuberculosis
357. Tuck (snoepie) :: A downhill tuck lets you slice through the wind maintaining speed while you recover from the climb
358. Weak (swak) :: Mold can be cleaned off surfaces with a weak bleach solution

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