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    #1

    hit-and-hazard

    This word caught my attention, but can't give you any context,sorry.
    Couldn't find it up on any dictionary.

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    #2

    Re: hit-and-hazard

    What about?
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    Categorising the severity level of an injury/incident, [n]ear hit and hazard is to provide an indication of the severity the potential of the injury, ...

    Source http://www.google.com/search?q=%22hi...N207CN207&sa=2

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    #3

    Re: hit-and-hazard

    Quote Originally Posted by Soup View Post
    What about?
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    Categorising the severity level of an injury/incident, [n]ear hit and hazard is to provide an indication of the severity the potential of the injury, ...

    Source "hit and hazard" - Google Search
    Is in any way this hyphenated word related to "triage"?

    Thanks and regards,

    Bogota63

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    #4

    Re: hit-and-hazard

    Please,put it in a self made sentence(s) so that I can use it myself correctly.
    Dumb it down for me.
    Thanks

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