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WHIP

Cardiology A trial–Weight-based Heparin for Interventional Pts–designed to determine whether weight-based vs physician-choice heparin dosing would achieve optimal and timely anticoagulation and sheath removal in Pts undergoing coronary intervention. See Interventional cardiology, Low-weight heparin.
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They knew now that we of the Whips could be killed even as they themselves were killed.
But before the whip could reply, the hare, scenting the frost coming next morning, was unable to rest and leaped up.
Nicholas standing in a fallow field could see all his whips.
Well, whip her, then, to your heart's content; I'll give you full power to do what you like.
Law, Missis, you must whip me; my old Missis allers whipped me.
One by one they came lumbering into the moonlight until Sing had counted eleven, and then, after them, came a white man, bull whip and revolver in hand.
Number Thirteen had seen von Horn's extra bull whip hanging upon a peg in the living room.
Two young fellows in the cart were just getting whips ready to help Mikolka.
Two lads in the crowd snatched up whips and ran to the mare to beat her about the ribs.
They're lazy, I tell you, and you've got to whip them to get anything out of them.
Turn his head as he would, ever Ben Bolt received the bite of the whip on his fearfully bruised nose; for Mulcachy was as expert as a stage-driver in his manipulation of the whip, and unerringly the lash snapped and cracked and stung Ben Bolt's nose wherever Ben Bolt at the moment might have it.
The young woman stepped into the cab; the doors shut with a bang; Jerry's whip cracked in the air; the crowd in the gutter scattered, and the fine hansom dashed away 'crosstown.