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in extremis

[‚in ik′strā·məs]
(medicine)
At the point of death.
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"Drawing on unpublished diaries and notebooks, and interviews with Marie's friends, family and colleagues, In Extremis is the story of our turbulent age, and the life of a woman who defied convention," stated a review in goodreads.com.
Este aburrido in extremis experimenta facticamente el todavia no en la ilusion de pensar mas alla del ahora-tiempo en el que se encuentra aburrido.
Russian interests in the Middle East are both wide and deepas deep as, and perhaps deeper than, the West'sand in extremis, it's even possible that Putin may decide to use Russia's influence and relationships in the Middle East to severely damage Western interests there in order to gain leverage in Ukraine.
What makes me hopping mad is that while Mrs Stanton is refused a comparative widow's mite, well-heeled pregnant African women fly into Britain, stay with friends until they go into labour, then present themselves as emergencies - and, of course, no doctor or midwife will turn away a woman in extremis.
Ils s'etaient retrouves menaces par Marussia, et n'avaient recupere la 10e place du championnat des constructeurs qu'in extremis. Des les essais hivernaux de la saison 2013, Caterham a fait l'etonnant choix de n'utiliser qu'une voiture hybride, reprenant de nombreux elements de la CT01.
FOR some, the titanic two-wheeled slog is a supremely compelling physical and mental battle - both an epic celebration of, and challenge to, the body's ability to excel in extremis. For many, many more, it's an unfathomable bore.
Le Raja de Casablanca, qui a gagne in extremis sur penalty, a profite du match nul de leur poursuivant immediat, l'AS FAR, tenue en echec a domicile par le Moghreb de Fes (1-1).
Ranging from whimsical to gut wrenching to hopeful, the essays show the varieties of human experience in extremis.
Stevens said, 'In extremis, you can argue it should be done but it's a big call and it's not a call we feel should be made at this point in time.'
With international contributions, the book shows how social work responses "in extremis" offer valuable experiences and lessons that can enrich mainstream social work theory and practice.
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Firstly, if trade union leaders are "fat cats", then bankers and tax-avoiding business people are morbidly obese in extremis!