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chronically

kro ni kuh lee

  • r  in a habitual and longstanding manner
    smoking chronically
  • r  in a slowly developing and long lasting manner
    chronically ill persons

  • One study of adoptions in Denmark from 1924 to 1947 found that chronically criminal biological parents were three times as likely to produce a chronically criminal son as were .
  • To chronically starving Asia, reports of the new rice sounded like an invitation to a feast.
  • R For those 65 years and older or chronically ill, who could be hardest hit by any epidemicbivalent shots.
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  • President Bush in International Herald Tribune
    Praising the work of faith-based groups, Bush said: "Through their partnerships with the government, these organizations have helped reduce the number of chronically homeless by nearly 12 percent - getting more than 20,000 Americans off the streets....
  • Barack Obama in San Angelo Standard Times
    After all, as President Barack Obama told The New York Times, the "chronically ill and those toward the end of their lives are accounting for potentially 80 percent of the total health care bill out here."
  • Henry Waxman in FOXNews
    If we don't act now, the recession will accelerate,Waxman said. "Over 6 million people will lose their health insurance, states will cut Medicaid and sick, chronically ill and disabled Americans will be hurt."

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