- n. obtaining images by the use of X rays
“While I echo the sentiments of Pat and others, I must say that using “intelligence” to screen more people named “Umar” from abroad is a significantly better plan than x-raying* all of our crotches, breasts, and love-handles.”
“So contrary were her findings to what everyone was sure of that doctors went right on x-raying pregnant women.”
“Stewart hung in there, proving her case, but it took until the 1980s before doctors stopped x-raying pregnant women, all the while "experts" were reassuring us that the technology was safe.”
“Hugh Turvey, currently working with the British Institute of Radiology makes x-ray animations by taking appliances to pieces, x-raying them, and then reconstructing movements with software.”
“You raise patients' anxiety levels, and if you start x-raying people the whole time, you could end up causing cancers.”
“We can't have the American system of scanning and x-raying everything, because that's not good for the patients.”
“Body scanning devices in more than 60 US airports are common now, x-raying far more than our feet when we bought those new shoes.”
“As if watching a television screen, Jamal saw the electricity flashed from the left side of the window, x-raying Kaori and Wolfgang's bodies.”
“And I think people are kind of just annoyed by the whole thing, that they ` ve been searching us and body patting us and x-raying us and here some guy gets on in the Middle East ...”
“Accurate and helpful information likewise is simply too difficult to obtain from x-raying breast tissue before women turn fifty.”
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