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sanguine

 [sang´gwin]
1. plethoric.
2. ardent; hopeful.

san·guine

(sang'gwin),
1. Synonym(s): plethoric
2. Formerly, denoting a temperament characterized by a light, fair complexion, full pulse, good digestion, optimistic outlook, and a quick but not lasting temper. Synonym(s): sanguineous (3)
[L. sanguineus]

sanguine

/san·guine/ (sang´gwin)
1. plethoric.
2. ardent or hopeful.

sanguine

(săng′gwĭn)
adj.
a. Of the color of blood; red.
b. Of a healthy reddish color; ruddy: a sanguine complexion.

san′guine·ly adv.
san′guine·ness, san·guin′i·ty n.

sanguine

[sang′gwin]
Etymology: L, sanguis, blood
pertaining to abundant and active blood circulation, ruddy complexion, and an attitude full of vitality and confidence.

san·guine

(sang'gwin)
1. Synonym(s): plethoric.
2. Optimistic or cheerful.
Synonym(s): sanguineous (3) .
[L. sanguineus]

sanguine

Of a ruddy complexion.

sanguine (sang´gwin),

adj 1. pertaining to an abundant and active blood circulation, ruddy complexion.
n 2. an attitude full of vitality and confidence.

sanguine

1. abounding in blood.
2. ardent; hopeful.
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Face a l'insuffisance des produits sanguins, et le nombre encore peu eleve de donneurs reguliers, satisfaire les besoins en poches de sang est un defi au quotidien pour le centre regional de transfusion sanguine de Casablanca (CRTSC), une situation qui est aussi celle de tous les centres regionaux de transfusion sanguine.
Sanguine Corporation, a development stage bio-pharmaceutical company, focuses on the development of an oxygen-carrying synthetic substitute for human red blood cells and various other areas requiring oxygen profusion.
Face a l'insuffisance des produits sanguins, et le nombre encore peu eleve de donneurs reguliers, satisfaire les besoins en poches de sang est un defi au quotidien pour le centre national de transfusion sanguine et de celui de tous les centre regionaux de transfusion sanguine qui sont au nombre de 16 repartis sur l'ensemble du territoire national.
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Cette augmentation a ete operee, selon eux, [beaucoup moins que]la semaine derniere[beaucoup plus grand que], par le Centre regional de transfusion sanguine et d'hematologie.