clinically : Definition, Usages, News and More

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kli ni kuh lee

  • r  in a clinical manner
    she is clinically qualified
News & Articles


  • Dr Keith Ablow in Forbes
    I have no confidence that we know where Mrs. Winkler is clinically today, let alone six weeks from now or six years from now,said Ablow, who has a syndicated TV show bearing his name.
  • John Edwards in Tampa Tribune
    Former Sen. John Edwards, a White House hopeful, said: "Only a president clinically incapable of understanding that mistakes have consequences could take the action he did today."
  • Brad Childress in Sports Network
    Clinically, he's got a two-plus tear,said Childress on Monday. "The knee otherwise is stable. All the other structures are good."

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