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Pablo soon regretted his decision to jump into the pool browse your computer drag and drop here Ctrl + V paste from your clipboard Pablo soon regretted his decision to jump into the pool
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Socially Awkward Penguin - cant tell if socially awkward or just considerate respect
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Doctors' Slang, Medical Slang and Medical Acronyms, Veterinary Slang, Veterinary Acronyms 3H enema - Enema that is "high, hot, and a hell of a lot." Reputedly given to patients who give staff a hard time. 3P’s - Pill, Permissiveness and Promiscuity (relates to female patients with sexually transmitted disease) 4F - Fair, fat, female and forty OR fat, forty-ish, flatulent female (both mean abdominal pain patient who is candidate for gall bladder disease) 4H - (US) Haemophiliac, Hispanic, Homosexual, Heroin addict 404 moment – On card rounds - when a patient’s medical records cannot be located (from internet error message: 404 Page Not Found) 5-H-1-T - polite medical term for shit 10th Floor Transfer - dying (floor number is always the next number on from the highest floor in the hospital). 45C - patient is one chromosome short of a full set (thick) AAA (or Triple A): Ay Ay Ay. Precursor to Status Hispanicus. Wound-up Hispanic female unable to tolerate even the small discomfort of removing an adhesive plaster, but not yet full-blown histrionics. Doctors' Slang, Medical Slang and Medical Acronyms, Veterinary Slang, Veterinary Acronyms
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The model was first introduced by Swiss-American Psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross in her 1969 book, On Death and Dying, and was inspired by her work with terminally ill patients.[1] Motivated by the lack of curriculum in medical schools on the subject of death and dying, Kübler-Ross began a project which examined death and those faced with it while working as an instructor at the University of Chicago's medical school. Kübler-Ross' project evolved into a series of seminars which, along with patient interviews and previous research became the foundation for her book, and revolutionized how the U.S. medical field takes care of the terminally ill. In the decades since the publication of "On Death and Dying", the Kübler-Ross concept has become largely accepted by the general public; however, its validity has yet to be consistently supported by the majority of research studies that have examined it[citation needed]. Kübler-Ross model Kübler-Ross model
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browse your computer drag and drop here Ctrl + V paste from your clipboard How can anyone look at this and say that all life does not come from a common ancestor. Checkmate Christians!!!! How can anyone look at this and say that all life does not come from a common ancestor. Checkmate Christians!!!!
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Success Kid - fucked up my entire life woke up
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Party Toddler - tits or gtfo