Flatliner


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Slang for a brain-dead patient
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This new bracket design is also offered on the Rhino Hunter, new EZ Universal--see below-Nitro Xtreme, Flatliner, Mantis Hunter, and Titan Hunter .
Like the FlatLiner, the Matrix features ultra-convenient cam-lock pin adjustments and an innovative vertical pin arrangement.
Flatliner, which has so far claimed four victims nationally, is still legal but is derived from Ecstasy.
5m Power Harrow pounds 1,300; Accord 4m Combination pounds 1,250; New Holland 640 Round Baler pounds 1,250; Claas 44 Rollant pounds 1,080; John Deere 550 Round Baler pounds 1,050; Ifor Williams Stock Trailer pounds 1,100; Simba Flatliner pounds 1,020; Lemken 5 F Rev Plough pounds 1,000; Kuhn 3.
Her boyfriend reckoned that I should go for a Flatliner on the grounds that a conversation with me after a few drinks was a bit of a flatliner.
The original Flatliners was serviceable but far from a classic; ripe for a superior remake, then?
FLATLINERS 15 INSPIRED by the 1990 cult classic starring Julia Roberts and Kiefer Sutherland, the remake is nearly dead on arrival.
This past fall, Page starred in Flatliners, a remake of the 1990 Joel Schumacher film starring Kiefer Sutherland and Julia Roberts, which explores how five ambitious medical students attempt to trigger near-death experiences in order to explore the possibility of an afterlife.
MONDAY FLATLINERS Ellen Page stars in this gripping remake of the 1990 paranormal thriller.
This week, she toplines the slick studio remake of the 1990 thriller Flatliners , about a group of medical students toying with the boundary between life and death.
Kiefer Sutherland stars in Flatliners They put themselves in suspended animation, electronically inducing a near-deathlike state and then pulling out of it at the last possible moment.