emergency doctrine

Definition of "emergency doctrine"
  1. A rule allowing a person to bypass normal precautions due to immediate response needs in a crisis situation
How to use "emergency doctrine" in a sentence
  1. Despite causing minor damage, the firefighter was protected by the emergency doctrine in his rush to put out the flames.
  2. Due to the sudden collapse of the bridge, the driver who swerved off road fell under the emergency doctrine.
  3. The doctor's emergency doctrine application justified her quick, decisive actions during the unexpected outbreak of the virus.

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