Apgar score

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Apgar score

[′ap·gär ‚skȯr]
(medicine)
An index used to evaluate a newborn infant's physical condition based on a rating of 0-2 for each of five criteria: heart rate, respiratory effort, muscle tone, response to stimulation, and skin color.
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Children, as well as adults, were thrilled to come to the newly remodeled McDonalds and have the chance to take pictures with Grimace.
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As long as they didn't want me to be Grimace, I was down
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The Duke gives a grimace as the Queen and Charles laugh
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He even found time to smile at them when the judge Mr Justice Holroyde QC wished one of GRIMACE Roache the dismissed jurors well with her university studies.
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portrait of the putative assassin brandishing his rifle with Daniel French's statue of the heroic Minute Man and compares Oswald's death agony grimace to the screaming horse at the center of Guernica.