v.— «There is the tradition called “pimping the student” on rounds—teaching by asking questions on obscure points—which compounds the student’s sense of inadequacy.» —“The Young Doctors-in-Training: Where Has All the Idealism Gone?” by Edward A. Lehrman Los Angeles Times July 2, 1979. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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