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Dai

 (dī)
n. pl. Dai or Dais
A member of one the Tai-speaking peoples, especially those living in southern China and Myanmar (Burma).

[Mandarin Dǎi (as in Dǎizú, Dai ethnic group), of Tai origin.]
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Then aged 15, he suffered a diffuse axonal injury - one of the most devastating types of brain trauma.
Then aged just 15, he suffered a diffuse axonal injury - one of the most devastating types of brain trauma.
However, diffuse axonal injury is poorly evaluated by CT scan.
Because of her brain injury - diffuse axonal injury - Alice, a former student at King's Academy and Middlesbrough College, has problems retaining information.
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The 25-year-old Frenchman suffered a diffuse axonal injury to his brain, which involves widespread damage, in a horrific crash involving a vehicle attempting to recover another car and had undergone an immediate surgery on his arrival at the Mie general medical centre in Yokkaichi.
The 25-year-old Frenchman suffered a diffuse axonal injury to his brain, which involves widespread damage, in a crash in wet conditions at the Japanese Grand Prix on October 5.
Marussia driver Bianchi, 25, suffered a diffuse axonal injury to his brain, where the damage is more widespread, following a crash into a recovery vehicle at Suzuka.
He suffered a diffuse axonal injury, which specialists say only one in 10 of those severely affected survive and usually in a vegetative state.
Bianchi has been diagnosed with a diffuse axonal injury to the brain, whereby damage has occurred over a widespread area.
The family of the Marussia F1 driver said: "Jules has suffered a diffuse axonal injury and is in a critical but stable condition.

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