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Meanwhile, BREEF President Shaikh Faisal bin Rashid Al Khalifa attended the Medical Inspection for the horses, and stressed the importance of success of this season and in providing all different forms of support and assistance for all riders in order to highlight the picture of Bahrain Endurance.
Hamilton eventually clambered from the cockpit of his car, raising his right hand to acknowledge he was okay, before heading off to the medical centre for a medical inspection which is routine procedure following such a crash.
Moreover people must undergo a medical inspection and take necessary vaccinations before travelling to most of the places.
They include "at least" two large day technical continuation schools, a secondary school for boys, the extension of facilities for secondary education for girls, nursery schools for children between the ages of two and five or six years, an increased amount of medical inspection and treatment, an open-air school for weakly and anaemic children, a special school or special classes for the mentally deficient, and school canteens for those who are underfed or malnourished, whether due to the neglect, ignorance or poverty of the parents.
Short of closing these abortion facilities, abortionists must meet the most rigorous, mandatory standards of medical inspections and regulation," it said.
Even if you are the type who has tried to avoid sick parade and time in the medical inspection room (MIR), you may be enticed by LCol Linford's engaging style.
Livestock that are brought to the municipality's abattoirs are subject to medical examination before slaughter, and their carcasses are also subject to full medical inspection after slaughter to ensure they are free of diseases, Rasha noted.
As a result, a section that focuses on California when US medical officials held the Mexican Olympic team for medical inspection in 1932 feels oddly out of place, even though the case study does fit well with the larger themes explored.