Noun(1) the act of dwelling in a place(2) the position of physician who is receiving special training in a hospital (usually after completing an internship
(1) The senior physicians had finished their residency and had at least 2 years of ICU experience as senior physicians.(2) The prize includes $100,000 and an artist residency and exhibition at the museum.(3) Qualification for the Commonwealth Games requires birth in Scotland, or a Scottish parent if born elsewhere in the United Kingdom, or residency for three of the previous five years.(4) To be honest it felt embarrassing that I'd never given thought to the fact of his residency .(5) If they get pregnant and have the baby here, they will be entitled to get residency .(6) I was also confident that I would be able to find or create a part-time residency in my chosen specialty of family practice, but I found I was wrong.(7) After two years service in the South African army, he completed a residency in cardiothoracic surgery at Johannesburg Hospital.(8) How did he perform in medical school and residency and later in his practice as judged by the physician and nursing staff with whom he worked?(9) Of course I still had to take up residency in Florida while the process was going on.(10) The only qualification needed is proof of local residency , which can be presented at any of the listed Tourist Information Centres in exchange for a pass and list of discounts.(11) The final piece, Le Sacre du printemps features five dancers and was created this summer at the MAI during an artist residency .(12) a government ruling confirmed the returning refugees' right to residency(13) Many physicians need years of medical school and residency to even get a slight grasp of the problem.(14) The KGB ├ö├ç├┐ residency ├ö├ç├û in Delhi was one of the largest in the world outside the Soviet bloc, and was awarded the rare honour by the Centre of being promoted to ├ö├ç├┐main residency├ö├ç├û.(15) The Residency or Khengar Bhavan was built in 1882 AD as the residency of the British Resident in the ruler's minority.(16) They come to New Zealand thinking they can obtain permanent residency , and they cannot.
(1) permanent residency :: preswyliad parhaol
1. abidance ::
2. residence ::
Different Formsresidencies, residency
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