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


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  • 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? - 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 - 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. - 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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