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viscera

[′vis·ə·rə]
(anatomy)
The organs within the cavities of the body of an organism.
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Its more than 2000 brands include local favorites like NESTLE MILKPAK, NESTLE PURELIFE and NESTLE FRUITA VITALS.
Vitals brings together cost and quality transparency along with consumer engagement programs to help people select high-quality, lower-cost care.
Each year, Vitals receives millions of patient-reported ratings on various components of their dental care, including accuracy of their diagnosis, the amount of time they spend with the doctor and the doctor's chair side manner and follow-up care.
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Rizvi was of the opinion that corruption was eating into the vitals of the society.
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Your goal here is to send your arrow through part of the drumstick, wing bone and vitals with one devastating impact.
The jacket thickens to prevent complete fragmentation so the bullet maintains enough integrity and weight to enable the bullet to drive through vitals.
You must understand your success vitals as an insurance agent.
has received FDA 510(k) clearance of SmartLinx Vitals Plus, an innovative patient monitoring system that uniquely integrates vital signs monitoring and clinical documentation into one scalable platform.
According to Vitals, an online service that connects patients with physicians, hospitals and other health specialists and facilities, some states are making significant strides against skin cancer.
If you had a chart at the end of its bed, what would the vitals be?