A few men who felt sick came for a checkup with a volunteer cardiologist, Irina Gord.
The procedure, anesthesia, and a checkup two weeks after total up to 550 dollars.
When I went back for my six-week checkup with the midwife, she had started the second book.
He was still standing there when the checkup squad marched in and arrested him for gross dereliction of duty.
This checkup determined which slaves were late or who had committed some offense late on the day before or during the night.
We found also in the checkup file no uncontrolled individuals that we thought warranted an alert for Dallas.
Government medical authorities met the women at checkup time and demonstrated that the Leff Law had teeth in it.
How many at the time of Dallas would be in your checkup control file system with this periodic review?
I just had a checkup from Dr. Willoughby, and he thinks I'm more than holding my own.
And he'd had his usual monthly checkup not more than ten days ago, only to be assured there was nothing wrong with him.
checkup check·up (chěk'ŭp')
An examination or inspection.
A general physical examination.