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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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Hader said there was frequent improvisation on "Trainwreck," and LeBron easily kept up with the sketch comedy pros like Hader.
Lead actress Amy Schumer has brilliantly lampooned issues of self-esteem, femininity and suffocating convention in her TV sketch show and the hilarious 2015 film Trainwreck.
Lead actress Amy Schumer has brilliantly lampooned issues of selfesteem, femininity and suffocating convention in her TV sketch show and the hilarious 2015 film Trainwreck.
In 2015, Cena appeared in Amy Schumer's film, "Trainwreck," which included a scene where the WWE star was completely nude.
IMDb lists his birthdate as 1967, meaning that in his 40s, he wrote Funny People, executive-produced Girls, directed Trainwreck, and filmed a Netflix standup special (and that's just a sampling).
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Amy, who struck gold in her debut film Trainwreck, sticks to her schtick in this film -- her unabashed stand-up comedy style with a dose of self-deprecation added to the mix.
They need to abandon this trainwreck of a bill and work with Democrats to bring down health care costs.
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YA author Georgia Clark's first adult novel, The Regulars, drops readers effortlessly into the lives of three 20-something best friends trying to make it in New York City: Evie, an aspiring writer and diehard feminist who hates her job at a trashy magazine; Willow, an ethereal and troubled aspiring artist; and Krista, the confident trainwreck of a best friend so many of us have had.