English words and Examples of Usage

use "retain" in a sentence

When it makes no business sense or is economically not feasible to retain an asset, businesses default on their loans (called bonds).

Both parties are required to retain the contract for a period of ten years.

The result is that the seemingly random pulses take
resuscitation (CPR); these procedures may be invasive, and carry a risk of further injury to the patient and the provider.

Fluid resuscitation with crystalloid and blood transfusion are usually necessary.

In September 2008, the International Liaison Committee on resuscitation issued a 'universal AED sign' to be adopted throughout the world to indicate the presence of an AED, and this is shown at right.

Manning, jE "Fluid and Blood resuscitation" in Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide.

quentin Tarantino was originally going to play Lance, but decided to play jimmie Dimmick instead because he wanted to be behind the camera during Uma Thurman's resuscitation scene.

Students were instructed in all of the combat arts as well as the eleven required methods of resuscitation.

He defined propaganda as "simply the propagation of the faith and the belief in any particular ideology or thing", and also stated that the Department would seek the "resuscitation of the determination of the European to survive and fight for his rights".

Alice returns just as the medical staff have ceased in their resuscitation attempts.

Other areas contained a landing bay and hangar, an advanced surgical bay with resuscitation capsules, and a vast wardrobe filled with human-tailored outfits.

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