marrow

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marrow:

see bone marrowbone marrow,
soft tissue filling the spongy interiors of animal bones. Red marrow is the principal organ that forms blood cells in mammals, including humans (see blood). In children, the bones contain only red marrow.
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marrow

Anatomy the fatty network of connective tissue that fills the cavities of bones
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Their parents stuffed the empty sack with three rotten vegetable marrows, an old blacking-brush and two decayed turnips.
Guppy, I don't know but what I WILL take a marrow pudding.
I hope the child won't stay out long, for this wind is enough to chill the marrow in younger bones than Myra's," thought Dr.
I believe he thrusts pins through the heads of rabbits, he makes fowls eat madder, and punches the spinal marrow out of dogs with whalebone.
The cold, that smote to my marrow, and the pain I felt in breathing, overcame me.
And I with a family vault under that there church of Kingsbere as big as Squire Jollard's ale-cellar, and my folk lying there in sixes and sevens, as genuine county bones and marrow as any recorded in history.
Terror chilled the very marrow of her bones; she stood there bewildered and stupefied.