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  • n. Plural form of haemorrhage.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of haemorrhage.

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Examples

  • These haemorrhages are caused by sudden changes of the intravascular blood pressure as a result of a compression of intrathoracic great vessels by a shock wave caused by a penetrating bullet.

    The "Official" Bang-flop survey

  • Cufflike pattern haemorrhages around small brain vessels were found in all specimens.

    The "Official" Bang-flop survey

  • Clean hospital conditions and qualified doctors will save women from haemorrhages and infection, and yes, even from the complications that come from unsafe abortions. side note: I lived in Washington state during a boiling summer drought, and I used to buy those plastic ‘ice cubes’ made for cocktails and put them in my pillow case.

    ProWomanProLife » Back to the G8

  • Women who carry more than one child have a greater risk of miscarriage and medical complications, including anaemia, haemorrhages and high blood pressure.

    IVF multiple birth rate drops

  • The company is now splintering, even as it haemorrhages $100 million a day despite what has essentially amounted to a nationalization of its operations by the US government.

    Paul Jenkins: Does Obama Know What He Is Doing?

  • The venom of the viper contains several enzymes which may possibly act synergistically to produce shock, consumption coagulopathy, spontaneous haemorrhages in the organs and tissues, acute necrosis and death.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • The constitutional symptoms are characterised by haemorrhages, both external and internal.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • And so Britain haemorrhages talent, a loss utterly un-mourned by the political elite who tend to regard folk music as culturally backward and faintly comical.

    The middle-class rip-off

  • This is the image of a young boy with keratitis (inflammation of the cornea), rhages (retinal haemorrhages) and notched incisors, also known as Hutchinsons Teeth.

    Bedlam

  • This from Reuters: A woman haemorrhages to death as she lies screaming in agony in a spartan hut in a remote region of Afghanistan.

    Archive 2008-04-01

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