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  • n. Plural form of flatliner.


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  • They studied 52 'flatliners' - people who were resuscitated after their heart stopped.

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  • MTA or "flatliners" used a blueprint published by the professor and was sold as a "legal high", drugs which mimic the effects of illegal substances.

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  • It later emerged the work had been used to create pills dubbed "flatliners", which were linked with at least six deaths.

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  • In a league run by dynamic owners like Jerry Jones in Dallas, Daniel Snyder in Washington and Robert Kraft in New England, the Bears are financial flatliners.

    How The Chicago Bears Fumbled Away A Fortune

  • Did you ever see the movie flatliners with Kiefer Sutherland, that is a pretty fair representation of bullying for boys.

    Bully 4U

  • Sort of personality flatliners, I guess you could call them.

    CNN Transcript Mar 6, 2008

  • BOSTON Groping for some way to avoid becoming flatliners and at least provide their home fans a smidgeon of conviviality, not to mention salvage some semblance of storied franchise pride, the Boston Celtics 'mission Monday night in Game 4 of this Eastern Conference semifinal series was simple: Win or be gone. - Nets finish off Celtics in two overtimes

  • Along with its staple sandwich, the menu offers a milkshake with the world's "highest butterfat content" garnished with a tab of butter and flatliners fries that are deep fried in pure lard.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • Some flatliners even doubt the whole notion of the greenhouse effect-the recycling of infrared radiation by water vapor and carbon dioxide and a few other things-that keeps the lower atmosphere about 60 degrees warmer than it would otherwise be. News

  • In the Internet world where the flatliners live, there's no such thing as global warming. News


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