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Origin of ventilator
Examples from the Web for ventilator
They want money, not to shut off the ventilator of a particular patient.
“Sometimes you might withdraw a ventilator in cases of very severe and permanent neurological damage,” Joffe said.U.K. Courts Grant Mother Right to End Her 12-Year-Old Disabled Daughter’s Life|Elizabeth Picciuto|November 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He lectured the witness that the location of two ventilator fans was very important “because it will show you are lying.”Pistorius’s Cross-Examination Could Have Been Grounds for a Mistrial in a U.S. Court|James D. Zirin|May 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He is paralyzed, breathes through a ventilator, and communicates via a sophisticated computer.
Early signs indicate the windpipe is working, Hannah's doctors announced Tuesday, although she is still on a ventilator.The Power of Stem Cell Research Saves a Little Girl|Ilana Glazer|May 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The oven is provided with a ventilator, which carries off the odour of baked or roasted meats.Household Administration|Various
Olga Obosky was well forward, seated on the edge of a partially wrecked skylight and ventilator.West Wind Drift|George Barr McCutcheon
But even if it stood open it would hardly occur to any one to try the screws of the ventilator one after another.Timar's Two Worlds|Mr Jkai
He left the curve in the machine, closed the ventilator in the wall over his desk, and turned on the burglar alarm.The Romantic Analogue|W.W. Skupeldyckle
As they drew near he perceived that it was a large ship's ventilator.
1743, agent noun from ventilate. Latin ventilator meant "a winnower."