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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtriagetri‧age /ˈtriːɑːʒ $ triˈɑːʒ, ˈtriːɑːʒ/ noun [uncountable] technical  the method of deciding who receives medical treatment first, according to how seriously someone is injured
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triagePreservation efforts currently amount to architectural triage.They were also asked how much total waiting time elapsed between triage and departure from the emergency room.It was frequently said that the agency was in triage.She would accept students at the margins, but she acknowledged that she was engaging in a form of triage.Then the triage nurse is perhaps the most important member of the team.As the exhibition neared readiness, it appeared that Basquiat seemed most likely to survive this triage process.
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