Definition of Extrication. Meaning of Extrication. Synonyms of Extrication

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Definition of Extrication

Extrication
Extrication Ex`tri*ca"tion, n. 1. The act or process of extricating or disentangling; a freeing from perplexities; disentanglement. 2. The act of sending out or evolving.

Meaning of Extrication from wikipedia

- hydraulic rescue tools. They are extrication spreaders, extrication shears, combination extrication spreader/shears and extrication extension rams. Pneumatic...
- A Kendrick extrication device (KED) is a device used in extrication of victims of traffic collisions from motor vehicles. Commonly carried on ambulances...
- Extricate is the 12th album by post-punk band the Fall. It was made immediately after bandleader Mark E. Smith divorced guitarist Brix Smith. Brix's departure...
- Brix & the Extricated are a British post-punk band, formed in 2014 in Manchester, by ex-Fall members Brix Smith Start (vocals/guitar) and Steve Hanley...
- Extrication morality is a moral theory proposed by C.A.J. Coady which attempts to accommodate seemingly immoral actions, particularly of politicians,...
- jaws of life, are used by emergency rescue personnel to ****ist in the extrication of victims involved in vehicle accidents, as well as other rescues in...
- "Extricating Young Gussie" is a short story by the British comic writer P. G. Wodehouse. It was first published in the United States in the 18 September...
- which can otherwise hamper extrication efforts. The company's representatives conduct demonstrations of their extrication tools for fire departments,...
- transport the necessary tools, equipment, and personnel to perform a vehicle extrication at the scene of an entrapment. The design of squad trucks varies, depending...
- March 2015. Retrieved 26 March 2015. Nissenbaum, Dion. "UAE Moves to Extricate Itself From Saudi-Led War in Yemen". WSJ. Dorsey, James (6 July 2019)...