charpie

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charpie

(ˈtʃɑːpɪ)
n
(Medicine) obsolete a piece of lint used to make a surgical dressing
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The princesses Aline and Sophie sit whole days with me, and we, unhappy widows of live men, make beautiful conversations over our charpie, only you, my friend, are missing.
Que ceux qui le pensent aillent le dire, a l'UGTT et aux partis de l'opposition qui mettront cette loi de finances en charpie devant l'ARP (Assemblee des Representants du peuple), descendront en flammes le sapeur-pompier Youssef Chahed
Elle mettait aussi litteralement en charpie chacune de mes << bonnes >> interventions, provoquant en moi un profond sentiment de rage et de desespoir.
Employee Ken Charpie, a medical technologist, said the event was thinly attended because "People are afraid to speak.
Charpie y colaboradores, por otra parte, sugieren que las mediciones seriadas de lactato sanguineo pueden ser un mejor predictor de muerte o requerimiento de OMEC en neonatos sometidos a cirugia cardiaca compleja, pero no se sabe cuan util pueda ser para mejorar la practica actual en cuidados intensivos (65).
In contrast, Gertrud Rosch concentrates on the use of charpie (material for dressing wounds) in her reading of Rahel Levin von Varnhagen's work with the wounded during the war and the response from her social circle, including criticism from Caroline de la Motte Fouque.
Former CEO of Avatech George Davis remains on the board while a managing general partner of Ampersand, Richard Charpie takes over as chairman.
Robert Charpie, for example, when CEO of Cabot Corp.
The seventh- and eighth-grade first-string Desert team members who competed with about 20 other schools in the Mathcounts contest were Kerry Charpie, Jason Payne, Sam Slown and Nathan Worrell, said Jackie Payne, the coach and a Desert High math teacher.
As a private equity firm, Ampersand has to deal with a constantly evolving regulatory environment, including reporting requirements by the SEC, the impact of Sarbanes-Oxley and the Dodd-Frank Act," says Rick Charpie, Ampersand's founder.