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Scripps

[ skrips ]

noun

  1. Edward Wyl·lis [wil, -is], 1854–1926, U.S. newspaper publisher.


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A Scripps spokesman would not comment on Whitney’s case but said the hospital is committed to the safe discharge of its homeless patients.

Whitney, who returned to Scripps’ ER two weeks later, said he now wishes he had never left the hospital.

“Scripps is highly confident in our processes and our people,” spokesman Steve Carpowich wrote in a statement.

“We’re proud of the tireless efforts by our dedicated staff in helping patients address what can be very challenging situations in the hospital discharge process,” Scripps wrote in its statement.

Sturak did not respond to VOSD’s questions about county progress on discussions about expanded recuperative care services or comments by UCSD or Scripps about how the program could better accommodate homeless patients.

Scientists at the Scripps Research Institute produced the first living organism with synthetic bacteria this May.

Can Arvind Mahankali spell “knaidel” to win the Scripps National Spelling Bee?

Indian-American Arvind Mahankali just won the Scripps National Spelling Bee.

The 2012 Scripps National Spelling Bee is in full swing this week.

On the first flight to San Diego, I rushed into Scripps Mercy Hospital at 8:30 a.m. to find that my son would live.

Mr. Scripps, of course, couldn't go to Calcutta or anywhere else.

Scripps rumbled under his breath and emitted a volume of gray smoke.

The most insufferable beast I've met in years—name of Scripps.

Scripps made no retort, and the dressing continued in silence.

The relief from the cocain was instantaneous, but Scripps's manner showed no change.

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