in condition in condition


  • (adj) physically fit


  1. France's standing law was written in 2005, after a mother and doctor provoked the death of a young man who no longer wanted to live in his paralyzed, virtually shut-in condition.
  2. The republic, though, was in condition to survive McCarthy and McCarthyism.
  3. And without staying in condition, you couldn't win those matches and keep your ranking.


  • Victims Injured in SXSW Crash Continue Recovery

    UPDATE: As of 6 p.m. Saturday, no changes in condition of these patients. Seven individuals remain hospitalized following Thursdayâs crash on Red River Street. The following individuals are listed as patients at St. Davidâs and Seton hospitals: -Evan West, 29 Male â In serious condition at UMC Brackenridge Hospital. ...
    on March 16, 2014     Source: KEYE TV Austin

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