- n. Plural form of survivor.
“For the purpose of this tool-kit, I will use the term survivors to describe individuals who have received a psychiatric label.”
“Small teams representing Catholic Relief Services have gone out to help pull survivors from the rubble and set up shelters, but most of the aid workers "are traumatized," said Bill Canny, director of emergency operations.”
“The news about childhood cancer survivors is getting better and better.”
“Some studies may also provide information about a specific late complication that certain survivors are currently experiencing and enable clinicians to provide better follow-up.”
“It keeps survivors from a life of penury when a chief breadwinner dies.”
“Mountains of documents were read into evidence, but only a few survivors from the camps were allowed to testify.”
“But the resolve within the survivors is something that is just almost unfathomable, how they were able to put up with what they had to endure.”
“Description: The SG-1 team rescues a group of highly developed survivors from the cataclysmic planet of Tollan.”
“Ginsberg JP, Hobbie WL, SK, Canning DA, Meadows AT: Prevalence of and risk factors for hydrocele in survivors of Wilms tumor.”
“Prevalence of and risk factors for hydrocele in survivors of Wilms 'tumor”
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