flail


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to swing about or strike at wildly

to beat (plants) with a machine or by hand to separate the grain from the straw

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an implement consisting of handle with a free swinging stick at the end

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move like a flail

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This is particularly evident in patients with flail chest who present with hypoxemic ARF and are at high risk for respiratory impairment (8).
Just under a decade ago in 2009 a survey undertaken among trauma surgeons, orthopaedic surgeons, and thoracic surgeons (17) found that most of these professionals believed that nonoperative management was sufficient for flail chest.
Front-mount and loader-mount flail mowers are also available for skid steers, track loaders and tractors.
Under the Video column, click on M160 Flail CB Operators Video (ARMY).wmv.
The Hercules 6700B Surgical Table provides powerful 1200-pound lift, 1000-pound articulation and flail body imaging capability for general purpose and bariatric procedures, reducing the need for multiple support accessories and optimizing ease of patient set-ups.
The two-piece boom is fitted with the choice of a PowerAxe flail head or a rotary mowing head to manage roadside mowing or brush cutting without subjecting the tractor and operator to unsafe conditions or steep roadside slopes while improving job visibility.
* Retain the flail step-up in basis to fair market value for inherited assets and avoid the complexities of carryover basis.
It's Like That exemplifies that life is flail of tangled situations and that a person must be flexible and responsive to embark upon the road to happiness and understanding.
Her fuzzy figurations and obscured landscapes survey the places in between emotional and spiritual rapture in these ill-defined communities: arms flail, faces yearn, hopeful, reaching, and vaguely ritualistic.
Ditch, steep incline, over guard rail and waters-edge cutting become problems of the past once the Trackless Boom Flail enters the scene.
Your upgrade requests will get higher priority, and you will be able to go first class for free or for a fraction of the flail fare.
In addition to links to the flail text of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and corporate governance e-stops, CPAs who visit this light-hearted Web site can find a compliance checklist for nonprofits and charitable foundations, read cartoons and jokes and play the Jeopardy-style Sarbanes-Oxley game with categories including new disclosure and officer certification.
A number of interventions have been proposed to help remedy the widespread arsenic exposure, but these interventions may only be bringing the catastrophic water situation in Bangladesh flail circle.
Our regiment had some flail tanks, or 'Hobart's Funnies' as they were known.