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secure

Emergency care
verb To attain a thing, as in to secure an airway.

Informatics adjective
Referring to a computer system in which data is protected from unauthorised access.

secure

adjective Informatics Referring to a computer system in which data is protected from unauthorized access. See HIPAA.

secure

1. Free from danger, fear, care, or worry.
2. Under lock and key.
3. Stable; protected.

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Q. what genetic exams should i do during and before pregnancy to secure the unborn child?

A. there is a wide variety of pre-gestational genetic testsing that can be done, for several inherited diseases, depending on your origin. You have to consult your gynecologist in order to know exactly what can be tested nowadays and whether or not there is a need.

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References in classic literature ?
It is necessary for you to know, because I have to give security for a time, and a man must come to make an inventory of the furniture.
When I have given this security I shall have time to look about me; and you are so clever that if you turn your mind to managing you will school me into carefulness.
Of course the security which you offer is no security at all, and no sane man would advance five thousand pennies on it.
The point is that if you died to-morrow where would be the security then?
In distress, when a man has no other place to turn, when he hasn't the slightest bit of security which a savage-hearted pawn-broker would consider, he can go to some saloon-keeper he knows.
Knowing where he could procure the loan, he was by no means equally sure of being able to find the security on which he could borrow the money.
There was the security on his writing-desk, staring him in the face
The security (covering the amount borrowed) was accepted as a matter of course.
It may not be amiss to remind the incredulous reader that a famous firm in the City accepted precisely the same security as that here accepted by Bulpit Brothers, with the same sublime indifference to troubling themselves by making any inquiry about it.
As the face of this young woman might be called pretty good security of the before-mentioned kind, and as her behaviour had been always extremely modest, which is the certain consequence of understanding in women; she had passed above four years at Mr Partridge's (for that was the schoolmaster's name) without creating the least suspicion in her mistress.
But it is with jealousy as with the gout: when such distempers are in the blood, there is never any security against their breaking out; and that often on the slightest occasions, and when least suspected.

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