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29 Triage Best Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Triage Best Sayings By Kirk Kerkorian: I'm far from being reclusive. I have 30- or 40-year friendships that I prefer to I'm far from being reclusive. I have 30- or 40-year friendships that I prefer to meeting new people. I go to an occasional party, but just because I don't go to a lot of events, and I'm not out in public all the time doesn't mean I'm anti-social or a recluse. — Kirk Kerkorian
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Triage Best Sayings By Lee Child: We need to triage those six hundred places. We need to triage those six hundred places. — Lee Child
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Triage Best Sayings By Beverly Raphael: in hours after the disaster at least 25% of the population maybe stunned and dazed in hours after the disaster
at least 25% of the population maybe stunned and dazed apathetic wandering suffering from the disaster syndrome
especially if impact has been sudden and totally devastating
at that point psychologically first aid and triage
are necessary — Beverly Raphael
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Triage Best Sayings By Emily Nagoski: We also know that the brain can handle only a limited amount of information at We also know that the brain can handle only a limited amount of information at a time; at its simplest, we can think of stress as information overload, so when there's too much happening, the brain starts to triage, prioritizing, simplifying, and even plain old ignoring some things. — Emily Nagoski
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Triage Best Sayings By Aristotle.: He is best of all who of himself conceiveth all things; Good again is he He is best of all who of himself conceiveth all things; Good again is he too who can adopt a good suggestion; But whoso neither of himself conceiveth nor hearing from another Layeth it to heart; - he is a useless man. [Sidenote: V] But to return from this digression. Now of the Chief Good (i.e. of Happiness) men seem to form their notions from the different modes of life, as we might naturally expect: the many and most low conceive it to be pleasure, and hence they are content with the life of sensual enjoyment. For there are three lines of life which stand out prominently to view: that just mentioned, and the life in society, and, thirdly, the life of contemplation. — Aristotle.
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Triage Best Sayings By Jess Row: Country's friggin' dying, man, you have to triage the motherfucker. Country's friggin' dying, man, you have to triage the motherfucker. — Jess Row
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Triage Best Sayings By Richard Russo: Because - and don't let anybody tell you different - novel writing is mostly triage Because - and don't let anybody tell you different - novel writing is mostly triage (this now, that later) and obstinacy. — Richard Russo
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Triage Best Sayings By Tim Kreider: She tends to think the sanest policy is a sort of spiritual triage, saving your She tends to think the sanest policy is a sort of spiritual triage, saving your efforts for those who are likely to make it with a little immediate aid - a small loan, a job recommendation, a couch to crash on for a week or two - and dispassionately ignoring the moribund. But what do you do if you don't have the option to walk away, to hang up or hit IGNORE, because you're bound to someone by obligation or love? What — Tim Kreider
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Triage Best Sayings By Susannah Scott: They stood locked together for the space of a few breaths. He frantically tried to They stood locked together for the space of a few breaths. He frantically tried to triage his concerns but only came up with questions.
"How can you be a water dragon? They were all killed."
"Apparently not." Her smile was grim. — Susannah Scott
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Triage Best Sayings By Kim John Payne: As parents we also define ourselves by what we bring our attention and presence to. As parents we also define ourselves by what we bring our attention and presence to. This is easy to forget when daily life feels more like triage. By eliminating some of the clutter in our lives we can concentrate on what we really value, not just what we're buried under, or deluged with. — Kim John Payne
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Triage Best Sayings By Matt Chandler: The God of the Bible is not an ambulance driver who shows up after the The God of the Bible is not an ambulance driver who shows up after the wreck and hops out and thinks, Okay, let's do some triage here. The God of the Bible does not show up after the accident and try to fix it. That's not what He does. — Matt Chandler
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Triage Best Sayings By John Perry: Task triage is the habit of making a realistic assessment of what degree of perfection Task triage is the habit of making a realistic assessment of what degree of perfection is required for a task at the point of accepting it, so one doesn't need to rely on one's habit of procrastinating to lower the bar. — John Perry
Triage Best Sayings By Justine Bateman: I think as we get older, as we get more mature and more experienced, we I think as we get older, as we get more mature and more experienced, we do realize it's like, 'blah, blah, blah,' oh there's the information I need, and then 'blah, blah, blah,' right? So we do this triage, I feel like, of what people say to us. — Justine Bateman
Triage Best Sayings By Richard Russo: Novel writing is mostly triage (this now, that later) and obstinacy. Trying something, and when Novel writing is mostly triage (this now, that later) and obstinacy. Trying something, and when that doesn't work, trying something else. Welcoming clutter Surrendering a good idea for a better one. Knowing you won't find the finish line for a year or two, or five ... — Richard Russo
Triage Best Sayings By Jarett Kobek: In 2012, President Barack Obama ran for re-election against Mitt Romney, the former Governor of In 2012, President Barack Obama ran for re-election against Mitt Romney, the former Governor of Massachusetts, who didn't have any eumelanin in the basale stratum of his epidermis. It was the usual bargain for J. Karacehennem and other people of the Loony Left. You supported a person whose policies you agreed with, sort of, but who you felt was too beholden to corporate interests and whose foreign policy made you sick. If you didn't support this person, the alternative was something even worse. Voting was little more than triage. — Jarett Kobek
Triage Best Sayings By Kurt Vonnegut: That would certainly be a better name for this planet than Earth, since it would That would certainly be a better name for this planet than Earth, since it would give people who just got here a clearer idea of what they were in for: Triage. Welcome to Triage. — Kurt Vonnegut
Triage Best Sayings By Terence McKenna: We've painted ourselves into a corner where the only choice is real nightmare - triage, We've painted ourselves into a corner where the only choice is real nightmare - triage, epidemic disease, famine, fascism, the collapse of human rights - or a leap to an entirely different level. We've taken business-as-usual off the menu. Now only the extreme possibilities loom. — Terence McKenna
Triage Best Sayings By William Shakespeare: The prince of darkness is a gentleman! The prince of darkness is a gentleman! — William Shakespeare
Triage Best Sayings By David Perlmutter: While the hippocampus itself doesn't store memories, it serves to triage our experiences based upon While the hippocampus itself doesn't store memories, it serves to triage our experiences based upon their survival significance. — David Perlmutter
Triage Best Sayings By Andrew Vachss: My life is triage. My life is triage. — Andrew Vachss
Triage Best Sayings By Sheri Fink: Concepts of triage and medical rationing are a barometer of how those in power in Concepts of triage and medical rationing are a barometer of how those in power in a society value human life. — Sheri Fink
Triage Best Sayings By Michel De Montaigne: We do not correct the man we hang; we correct others by him. We do not correct the man we hang; we correct others by him. — Michel De Montaigne
Triage Best Sayings By Bill Dedman: The term 'triage' normally means deciding who gets attention first. The term 'triage' normally means deciding who gets attention first. — Bill Dedman
Triage Best Sayings By Anchee Min: Tea tasted the best at its second pouring. A Tea tasted the best at its second pouring. A — Anchee Min
Triage Best Sayings By Charles Stross: I have time to write 1-2 novels per year, and get roughly novel-sized ideas every I have time to write 1-2 novels per year, and get roughly novel-sized ideas every month. I have to perform triage on my own writing impulses. — Charles Stross
Triage Best Sayings By John Ringo: Triage on a battlefield (where the word originated in the Napoleonic Wars) came down to Triage on a battlefield (where the word originated in the Napoleonic Wars) came down to three choices: Those that don't need help right now, those that can survive if they get help right now and those that are probably going to die whether they get help or not. — John Ringo
Triage Best Sayings By Michelle Herman: I do triage on everything that comes through the door, and if it's not something I do triage on everything that comes through the door, and if it's not something we need (now, for real-not maybe someday) or something that deserves to be saved for posterity, it's discarded. I stop before I let myself drop something into a drawer or set it down on the piano. 'Where does it belong?' I think. If I don't have a place for it, I make a place. — Michelle Herman
Triage Best Sayings By William H Gass: It is not a single cowardice that drives us into fiction's fantasies. We often fear It is not a single cowardice that drives us into fiction's fantasies. We often fear that literature is a game we can't afford to play - the product of idleness and immoral ease. In the grip of that feeling it isn't life we pursue, but the point and purpose of life - its facility, its use. — William H Gass
Triage Best Sayings By Sheri Fink: Soon after a disaster passes, we tend to turn our eyes away and focus our Soon after a disaster passes, we tend to turn our eyes away and focus our resources on the day-to-day, rather than on preparing for the rare, but foreseeable and potentially catastrophic disaster. It's another form of triage, how much we invest in preparing for that, a very important question for public policy. We are a short-sighted species. — Sheri Fink