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  • v. Present participle of hospitalize.


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  • It's not that Clyde Yancy and the other heart specialists at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas have anything against hospitalizing heart failure patients.

    Baylor hospital leads way to lower heart failure readmission rates

  • Criteria for hospitalizing children who have ingested products containing hydrocarbons.

    Hydrocarbon Ingestion

  • Another way to save billions of dollars is by making termanally ill people comfortable, not hospitalizing them.

    Health care proposals need more work, health secretary says

  • I expect a certain degree of crazy from reality-bred stars like NeNe and Richard who have been comparatively pretty normal, but when the guy from Sugar Ray is the only thing keeping Meat Loaf from hospitalizing Gary Busey, I think we can all agree that some things are best left behind the curtain.

    Celebrity Apprentice: We Know What Art Is! It's Paintings Of Horses!

  • In late December, a bomb planted under a tree exploded next to a lawn where a Shiite students' group was praying, hospitalizing four in what appeared to be a rare act of terrorism on a university campus.

    Clashes at Karachi university reflect city's intractable feuds

  • It's not hospitalizing people -- unless you count Damian Furtch, beaten to a pulp outside the West 4th St McDonald's in March.

    Kate Shindle: Equal Marriage Rights for LGBT Americans Are Long Overdue

  • If you managed to do that without slandering or hospitalizing anyone, I say good for you.

    And One Last Thing…

  • They bought her a ticket back to Nicaragua because it was cheaper than hospitalizing her.


  • There are people who Om, people who talk about Krishna, and then there are teachers who bring in a Jason Statham quote from the movie Snatch, like "I fail to recognize the correlation between losing ten grand, hospitalizing Gorgeous, and a good deal." and then teach you how to find the good deal within any bad deal ... and then Om. I pride myself on being the latter.

    Sadie Nardini: Dude...Do Yoga!

  • Her earliest involvement dates back to World War I, when she assisted in hospitalizing Jewish refugees who arrived from Europe penniless and infected with severe disease (the Jewish hospital was still in the early stages of development at the time).

    Hannah Barnett-Trager.


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