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The NFL was in a solid bargaining position, coming off a season with strong viewership that made its games even more valuable to TV networks trying to stem the bleeding in their linear TV businesses while standing up their streaming operations.
Loeffler was appointed largely to stem the bleeding of suburban women from the Georgia Republican party, the logic being that a Republican woman candidate would appeal to these women.
When patients arrived suffering from internal bleeding, the only option for finding where the bleeding came from was running them through a CAT scanner.
Generally speaking, you can only live 3 minutes without air or if you have massive bleeding.
THE 10-STEP GUIDE TO SURVIVAL IN AN EMERGENCYBY TIM MACWELCH/OUTDOOR LIFESEPTEMBER 29, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Striking the right balance between clotting and bleeding is something the body itself does regularly, and not just after an injury.
Marburg causes severe bleeding in people, just as Ebola does.
He had perhaps placed in her hand the weapon that should hasten his own defeat, stretch him bleeding on the sand.
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Time and time again did the enemy charge upon the guns, only to be flung back, bleeding and torn.
When bleeding piles are absent, blood-streaks upon such a stool point to carcinoma.
Joseph's brain emptied, fortunately; a man would not want to know that he was tacked to a chair, bleeding to death.

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