I remember the song; Stevie Wonder's "I Just Called to Say I Love You" played as they performed the procedure.
Now, a study shows some breast cancer patients unnecessarily undergoing the procedure.
She was sedated during the procedure, but that is is not always the case.
Once the procedure was complete, I was taken to a recovery area and monitored.
I wanted to get my tubes tied, because I knew I didn't want kids and the procedure would be free.
Such a procedure would clearly annihilate the inventor, offering him up as a sacrifice to the author or composer.
The procedure was that of a grand jury set in motion by common report.
Of course the chords which are brought to the mind of the player must be properly chosen or the procedure is useless.
The principles of the admiralty are embodied in its form of procedure.
Secondly, trial by jury is so completely involved in the present system of court trial and procedure, that they are inseparable.
1610s, "fact or manner of proceeding," from French procédure "manner of proceeding" (c.1200), from Old French proceder "to proceed" (see proceed). Meaning "method of conducting business in Parliament" is from 1839.
procedure pro·ce·dure (prə-sē'jər)
A series of steps taken to accomplish an end.
A surgical operation or technique.