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medical examination

noun
1.
an examination carried out to determine the physical fitness of an applicant for a job, life insurance, etc
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  • This time three weeks elapsed before he joined another draft and again submitted himself for medical examination in France.

    A Padre in France George A. Birmingham
  • "A kind of medical examination," explained Dorothy Arkwright.

  • I fancy they pass some sort of medical examination at the Horse Guards, but, of course, in this case it would be impossible.

    With Moore at Corunna G. A. Henty
  • But let me remind you that we are here for the purpose of making a medical examination.

    The Quest Frederik van Eeden
  • The called-up one volubly explained that there was no need in his case for a medical examination.

  • Every candidate will be required to pass a medical examination.

  • Experience has shown, however, that it should be checked up by a medical examination to give it its greatest value.

    The Third Great Plague John H. Stokes
  • medical examination of proposers for insurance was made free.

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