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He begins to list them off: food rations, health clinics, education.
The two talked about reproductive freedom (with a dig at recent efforts in Texas to highly regulate abortion clinics).
Rather than going to government-run clinics, many chose traditional herbalists, some of whom claimed to know the cure.
But the Texas law that will close abortion clinics is more revealing.
Eighty percent of these abortion clinics in Texas are going to be basically out of business because of this new law.
We had three tents, one for medical clinics and one apiece for our two households, and settled down for a fortnight's work.
After investigating it personally I reported it in the International Clinics.
I ought to have been a professor of clinics instead of an automobile agent.
Many of the wealthy physicians had hospitals, or clinics, where patients were operated upon and treated.
Chinatown—Interesting Chinese businesses from herb shops to acupuncture clinics.
On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to clinics, such as: hospital, infirmary, sick bay, dispensary, and surgery center.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.