in extremis


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in extremis

[‚in ik′strā·məs]
(medicine)
At the point of death.
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That is why, in extremis, it has been possible to read someone's letter; that is why, in extremis, it has been possible to listen in to someone's telephone call; that is why the same applies with mobile communications.
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For that reason, we need to think it through carefully, and actually proclaim it as a justifiable thing in extremis.
It is a direct, unflinching image of the common people in extremis.
The European Commission had intended to launch infringement proceedings, at the end of the week, against Malta for failing to respect Directive 79/409/EEC on the protection of wild birds when the government in Valletta notified a new law, in extremis, at the end of March in line with EU legislation.
When you present in extremis to my emergency department, we err on the side of life unless crystal clear advance directives accompany the patient.
Just before water impact, the pilot realized he was in extremis.
The first of these, the project room of Roberts & Tilton, represents "white cube" enclosure in extremis.
An issue the NSERC Discovery Grant (DG) committees will face in extremis this year is the large number of first-time applicants.
Clearly, Kolnai here is reprising Aquinas's reflections on property in the Summa, with its conclusion that in extremis property rights are suspended--albeit to return once the social situation has normalized.
Jefferson was on the mark with the Graham Lee-ridden Noel's Pride, who stayed on too strongly for In Extremis in the 2m 5f handicap hurdle.