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unfinished business

[unfin′isht]
the concerns of a dying patient that require resolution before death can be accepted by the patient. Unfinished business may range from financial matters to personal relationships.
A coinage linked to Sir Liam Donaldson, chief medical officer of the UK Department of Health, who put forth proposals for modernising postgraduate medical training, in particular that of SHOs (senior house officers).
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We walk around with lots of baggage, lots of unfinished business.
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