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  • verb Present participle of triage.

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Examples

  • This is what theologian Richard L. Rubenstein has called the triaging of excess populations.

    Rabbi Lawrence Troster: Justice Not Triage: The Year Of The Protester

  • The agency's legal department, says Mr. Chu, has been "very conservative," in waiting to vet loan-guarantee applications until after the deadline for submissions has passed, rather than "triaging" them on a "rolling" basis.

    Next Challenge on Stimulus: Spending All That Money

  • While few people would ever claim that smart phone email clients are as advanced as those on the PC or the mainstream web, I will say this: Apple's Mail app on the iPhone is a marvel, and I find it much more productive for what I think of as "triaging" email (really just pushing the unnecessary stuff out of the inbox, mostly).

    Daring Fireball

  • While few people would ever claim that smart phone email clients are as advanced as those on the PC or the mainstream web, I will say this: Apple's Mail app on the iPhone is a marvel, and I find it much more productive for what I think of as "triaging" email (really just pushing the unnecessary stuff out of the inbox, mostly).

    Daring Fireball

  • While few people would ever claim that smart phone email clients are as advanced as those on the PC or the mainstream web, I will say this: Apple's Mail app on the iPhone is a marvel, and I find it much more productive for what I think of as "triaging" email (really just pushing the unnecessary stuff out of the inbox, mostly).

    Daring Fireball

  • While few people would ever claim that smart phone email clients are as advanced as those on the PC or the mainstream web, I will say this: Apple's Mail app on the iPhone is a marvel, and I find it much more productive for what I think of as "triaging" email (really just pushing the unnecessary stuff out of the inbox, mostly).

    Paul Thurrott's SuperSite for Windows

  • With mobile mail, researchers have found that users are focused on "triaging" what's in the inbox at that moment - scanning and quickly deciding what's new; what needs to be handled immediately; what can be deleted now and what can wait until back in the office.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • While few people would ever claim that smart phone email clients are as advanced as those on the PC or the mainstream web, I will say this: Apple's Mail app on the iPhone is a marvel, and I find it much more productive for what I think of as "triaging" email (really just pushing the unnecessary stuff out of the inbox, mostly).

    Daring Fireball

  • While few people would ever claim that smart phone email clients are as advanced as those on the PC or the mainstream web, I will say this: Apple's Mail app on the iPhone is a marvel, and I find it much more productive for what I think of as "triaging" email (really just pushing the unnecessary stuff out of the inbox, mostly).

    Paul Thurrott's SuperSite for Windows

  • Microsoft's focused the app on mobile "triaging" of email, so there are robust tools to manage multiple messages, but there's also a lot of negative space in the app, which is a bit of a concerning (if beautiful) trend throughout the UI.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

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