Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of haemorrhage.
  • n. bleeding

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Examples

  • Well, shed had severe haemorrhaging, which is usual for strangulation and we still have a veritable feeding frenzy in her eye-sockets.

    Above Suspicion

  • Advertisers finding a better place to put their money could result in the SABC "haemorrhaging" funds, he told the parliamentary communications portfolio committee in Pretoria.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Sony PS3 business "haemorrhaging" at US retail, says Microsoft exec Techie Breakie: More PSP phone rumours, Dell Studio One 19 UK launch and Google winning the browser war?

    Mirror.co.uk - News

  • Sony PS3 business "haemorrhaging" at US retail, says Microsoft exec Video: People's March organisers on why this Saturday's event is so important

    Mirror.co.uk - News

  • Struggling publisher Midway is expected to use up 75 per cent of its cash reserves by May this year - over USD 12.4 million. documents filed by the company's new owner AHS, which has stated that the Mortal Kombat company is "haemorrhaging" cash as it claws its way through bankruptcy.

    GamesIndustry.biz - News

  • "haemorrhaging" of jobs and Telkom had to cut three quarters of its newly extended lines because they were priced out of the reach of the poor.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • 22 CommentsThe PlayStation business is "haemorrhaging" at retail, partly because PS2 owners are migrating to Xbox 360 instead of PlayStation 3, Microsoft's Aaron Greenburg has claimed.

    Computer And Video Games

  • With a general election looming in less than a year, the party now faces the prospect of haemorrhaging votes to both right and left.

    Spain: Look forward in anger | Editorial

  • With the help of public health organisations like USAid-funded Pathfinder and the MacArthur Foundation, midwives and nurses have been trained in simple but effective strategies for preventing post-partum haemorrhaging, formerly the cause of death for many mothers who delivered at Murtala Mohammed.

    The main causes of maternal death in Nigeria can be avoided | Maggie Flick

  • At a time when American journalism is losing its clout as quickly as it is haemorrhaging money, the dinner's intention is close to irreproachable.

    The White House correspondents' dinner: an unseemly schmoozefest | Atossa Araxia Abrahamian

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