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Medspeak A popular term for a multi-problem patient in critical condition
Public safety Train disaster A railroad accident—e.g., derailment, collision—involving one or more trains, that results in injury or death
Vox populi A person who is (psychologically) stressed ‘to the max’

train wreck

Medtalk A popular term for a multiproblem Pt in critical condition
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As this year's girl continually arises, scandalizes, flames out, and is replaced, it's hard to avoid the conclusion that we have a vast and insatiable appetite for specifically female ruin and suffering," Doyle writes, arguing that what makes a trainwreck is that "the public assumes the right to control how you can define yourself.
Anybody looking for a good laugh better avoid this one and watch Trainwreck again or Goldie's classics like Death Becomes Her or The House Sitter.
Big Critics' Choice winners included comic Amy Schumer, named "MVP" after TV series Inside Amy Schumer and movie Trainwreck.
Sisters may lack the snappy writing and sincerity of Trainwreck, the year's best comedy, but it's an entertaining portrait of modern womanhood.
She received a best actress in a comedy or musical nod for her cantankerous role in The Lady In The Van and will face off against Trainwreck star Amy Schumer, Spy actress Melissa McCarthy, Jennifer Lawrence, who is nominated for Joy, and Lily Tomlin, who received a nod for Grandma.
on dvd TRAINWRECK (15) AT AGE nine, Amy Townsend (Amy Schumer) learned a valuable lesson about relationships from her father (Colin Quinn): "Monogamy isn't realistic.
Trainwreck Cert 15 COMMITMENT-phobe journalist Amy (Amy Schumer) writes about sports doctor Aaron Conners (Bill Hader) and suddenly the idea of a one-onone relationship seems rather appealing.
Trainwreck is a potty-mouthed comedy penned by leading actress Schumer that raises its skirt to political correctness.
That's why, on a rare night out, a friend and I bought tickets for Trainwreck, a film I'd otherwise have waited to see on the small screen from the comfort of my own couch.
Last month, after a devastating shooting at a Louisiana theater showing Schumer's new hit film Trainwreck left two young women dead at the hands of a suicidal gunman (he later turned the gun on himself) who had "an issue with feminine rights," a "heartbroken" Schumer came out swinging, determined to allay the insane scourge of gun violence and shooting deaths in our country.
and it was basically awesome in a trainwreck kind-of-way.
To remedy this," he says, "I have taken a great deal of my own personal fortune and built a number of Trainwreck outpatient facial reconstructive surgery centers to begin rebuilding all the melted faces.