(1) The dog was taken in by the RSPCA where a vet also discovered an elastic band embedded into its neck.(2) This will allow the vet to insure the dog's health as well as test for parasites that may be there.(3) The spokesman said the animals were inspected by the RSPCA and a government vet .(4) It has further requested that it be allowed to vet any transcript of their evidence before it is made public - apparently to protect the identity of their agents.(5) In addition, Alliance retains legal counsel to vet its business practices, including diversity initiatives.(6) Reader Stephen Mills alerted us to the company's stringent security checks which vet potential purchasers.(7) A genuinely sick or orphaned fledgling should be taken - along with a detailed note of where it was found - to your nearest vet or RSPCA centre for treatment.(8) Representatives of the American government, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund vet every potential oil contract.(9) A vet recruited by the RSPCA said she couldn't be 100 per cent sure what led to the death but remains convinced that the dog was dead before it was put into the water.(10) We took him to the vet and the vet said, ├ö├ç├┐Look, you've got to put him on a diet├ö├ç├û.(11) This committee will vet forex loan proposals in excess of $500 million, and give its view to the central bank on the merits of the same.(12) a Vietnam vet(13) Now City of York Council says it recognises it was ├ö├ç├┐not ideal├ö├ç├û to advertise free parking, and it will vet such adverts more carefully in future.(14) Your vet or veterinary nurse will need to write a small description of the weight loss programme and send the entry off by the closing date of October 13, 2000.(15) Richard Gowshall, a vet at the Eastcott Veterinary Clinic, was shocked to hear Daisy had given birth to another 14 puppies.(16) For the vetting procedure, we have now established a procedure to scrutinize and meticulously vet our intelligence agencies' recruits.