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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of triage.

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Examples

  • A lot of the victims who were down here in the area where you see some of the firefighters and emergency officials -- there you go, that's an earlier picture there -- kind of triaged some of these students.

    CNN Transcript Apr 30, 2007

  • OSBORN: And then lastly, quickly on the casualty front, everyone has been triaged, meaning those who have been recovered from the scene are being treated at a hospital.

    CNN Transcript Jun 29, 2003

  • Once the application is opened, a single screen shows how many emails are "triaged" or

    Techworld.com News

  • Posey said he and his staff divvied up the bill and "kind of triaged it," as they do with most bills.

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  • In an e-mail to top administrators at the Department of Children & Families, the agency's family safety director is ordering hot line calls not sent over to an investigator to be "triaged" by caseworkers within 48 hours.

    Local News from The Lakeland Ledger

  • After feedback is "triaged", bugs are fixed, and signs of user adoption become obvious, we move a locale out of beta.

    Planet Mozilla

  • Low-income kids are being "triaged" not by experienced teachers, but by those with fewer than three years of teaching to go on.

    U.S. News

  • She said nurses "triaged" the line to ensure everyone waiting was eligible for a flu shot; shots for now are reserved for people at higher risk of the illness, including children, young adults and adults to serious health conditions.

    RutlandHerald.com

  • To meet federal legal guidelines, all arriving patients at Aurora Sinai's emergency department are seen and triaged by a physician, nurse practitioner or physician's assistant, he says.

    Easing ER Wait Times

  • •ER visits by the uninsured were no more likely to be triaged as non-urgent than visits by privately insured patients or those with Medicaid coverage.

    Uninsured Don’t Go to the ER More Than Insured According to Study | Impact Lab

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