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GRASP

 
a patient classification system.

grasp

(grasp),
The act of taking securely and holding firmly.

grasp

(grasp)
To seize or clasp, especially with the hand.
[M.E. graspen]

grasp

(grasp)
The act of taking securely and holding firmly.
[M.E. graspen]
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She said: "It's a difficult nettle to grasp but the last Labour administration grasped it when the powers went to Scotland.
She said: "It's a difficult nettle to grasp but the last Labour administration grasped it when the powers went to Scotland and I think now the powers have gone to Wales it needs to be grasped for Wales otherwise you have a great disparity in terms of the costs to the taxpayer and the level of representation."
Without this constraint, each object could have been securely grasped simply by generating the maximum force.
Chiappa Firearms provides clear instructions on how the Rhino is to be safely grasped. On the company's website pages that feature the Rhino, it states in red text: "Warning: The low position of the barrel requires a specific grip style.
The grasping forceps is passed through the working channel of the flexible cystoscope and the tip of the urodynamic catheter is grasped with the grasping forceps (Fig.
The peg, block, paperweight, and fork were all grasped using lateral pinch.
2 : to make the motion of seizing <She grasped at branches as she fell.>
In this phase the leather plies are very flexible, delicate and their surface is liable to imprint, if grasped by unappropriatetools.
This is the fourth edition of a work first published in 1986 under the Barrie & Jenkins imprint, and contains much new material on Ancient Egyptian and Mesopotamian architecture where, as Watkin points out, the roots of Western architecture can be perceived (something ignorant media seem not to have grasped): an expanded account of architecture since the 1930s brings the book up to date.
"Here was the joy in the landscape: an understanding, a grasp of something I don't think I'd ever properly grasped before.
"John Pickett with ease grasped the content of unfamiliar repertoire and exactly caught the composer's intent.