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IDLI BATTER
HIGH CHURCH SPIRITUALITY
FACES
RESPONSE
TOOTH
TENDENCY
IMPORTANT ROLE
MYSTERY
HAY FEVER
SPINE
LUMBAR SPINE
FINAL BATTLE
FUNGI
LARGEST GROUP
QUITE LARGE
PATIENTS
LYMPH NODES
TESTES
AMPHIBOLES
FEVER
LETHARGY
OUTGROWTH
CERTAIN KINDS
PERITONEUM
CHARACTERISTICALLY
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Definitions

  1. Characteristically, the prey insect that blunders into the sticky lines is stunned by a quick bite and then wrapped in silk. (Web site)
  2. Characteristically, a newborn with galactosemia who is fed milk products will have jaundice, vomiting, lethargy, irritability, and convulsions. (Web site)
  3. Characteristically, the appearance of a painless, enlarged lymph node or nodes in the neck is followed by weakness, fever, weight loss, and anemia. (Web site)
  4. Characteristically, the rice in idli batter is coarsely ground and in dosa batter, the rice is very finely ground. (Web site)
  5. Characteristically, the former moonshine hauler refused to back off the throttle and cruise to victory. (Web site)

Idli Batter

  1. Characteristically the rice is very finely ground, more so than in idli batter.

High Church Spirituality

  1. High church spirituality is characteristically more theocentric than that of pietistic and rationalistic Lutheranism. (Web site)

Faces

  1. The faces of a compound can characteristically be divided into closed subsets which are in themselves polyhedra. (Web site)
  2. Archaic smile the smile that characteristically appears on the faces of Greek statues of the Archaic period (c.

Response

  1. It is characteristically a burning pain that usually occurs primarily in response to pressure or stretching. (Web site)

Tooth

  1. These symptoms characteristically do not appear until some days after the tooth has been removed.

Tendency

  1. Silver fillings are no longer utilized, they characteristically darken over time, and have tendency to cause damage to a tooth in the long run.

Important Role

  1. Characteristically, tennis played an important role in his recovery.

Mystery

  1. Characteristically, cyberpunk revived the noir thriller and might as easily be considered a development of the mystery as of science fiction. (Web site)

Hay Fever

  1. Characteristically, children with hay fever may push their noses upward with the palm of their hand or twitch their noses to clear the congestion. (Web site)

Spine

  1. There is also point tenderness around the area of inflammation and a marked hesitation to flex the spine, which is characteristically held stiff. (Web site)

Lumbar Spine

  1. However, the spine is characteristically held stiff or in a splinted position, with a tendency to avoid flexing the lumbar spine. (Web site)

Final Battle

  1. Pompey caught a few stragglers from the final battle and characteristically claimed a share of Crassus' victory. (Web site)

Fungi

  1. The rigid outermost cell layer found in plants and certain algae, bacteria, and fungi but characteristically absent from animal cells. (Web site)

Largest Group

  1. Ascomycetes are the largest group of true fungi, and characteristically produce their sexual spores in a sac-like structure called the ascus.

Quite Large

  1. The ulcers may become quite large and are characteristically separated by thin areas of healthy tissue.

Patients

  1. Characteristically, patients have multiple complaints without much supporting physical evidence of disease. (Web site)

Lymph Nodes

  1. They are characteristically found in lymph nodes of fetuses and neonates. (Web site)

Testes

  1. The testes failed to mature because of gonadotropin inhibition and are characteristically small.

Amphiboles

  1. Facts about igneous rock: amphiboles, Calcic amphiboles are characteristically contained in igneous rocks.

Fever

  1. About one third of patients have fever, which characteristically follows the appearance of blood in the stool. (Web site)

Lethargy

  1. The patients, mostly children of either sex, characteristically presented with headache and malaise, lethargy, insomnia, and ophthalmoplegia. (Web site)

Outgrowth

  1. The flowers of Narcissus (the popular daffodil) characteristically have a large, cup-shaped corona, which is an outgrowth of the tepals.

Certain Kinds

  1. Certain kinds of adverbs are characteristically placed before "to". (Web site)

Peritoneum

  1. Characteristically, metastasis occurs in local lymph nodes and in the liver, lungs, and peritoneum. (Web site)

Characteristically

  1. Basalt: Volcanic rock (or lava) that characteristically is dark in color, contains 45 to 54 percent silica, and generally is rich in iron and magnesium. (Web site)
  2. Rhyolite: Volcanic rock (or lava) that characteristically is light in color, contains 69 percent silica or more, and is rich in potassium and sodium.
  3. Dacite: Volcanic rock (or lava) that characteristically is light in color and contains 62% to 69% silica and moderate a mounts of sodium and potassium. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Volcanic Rock
  2. Dacite
  3. Peritoneum
  4. Certain Kinds
  5. Rhyolite
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