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GRASP

 
a patient classification system.
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grasp

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

(grasp)
To seize or clasp, especially with the hand.
[M.E. graspen]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

grasp

(grasp)
The act of taking securely and holding firmly.
[M.E. graspen]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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The Government is not grasping the nettle when it comes to the part played by road traffic in climate change, the green lobby said last night.
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GRASPING THE NETTLE: Pictured,clockwise, Lord Simpson of Marconi and former R&SA boss Bob Mendelsohn were criticised over their pay-offs; DTI secretary PatriciaHewitt is launching a consultation document on the issue, whichCBI director Digby Jones says should be left to the shareholders and companies themselves