systemic circulation

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systemic circulation

[si′stem·ik ‚sər·kyə′lā·shən]
(physiology)
The general circulation, as distinct from the pulmonary circulation.
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H1: Newspapers with greater circulation are associated with more complex privacy policies.
In its latest effort to drive greater circulation in Europe, USA Today will begin printing copies of its International Edition in Milan, Italy, May 15.
With the TeleCirc systems we can notify people immediately-providing better service and keeping our library collection in greater circulation."
Hair transplants may be able to grow in what previously was bald scalp because they are inserted at a level deeper than the normal hair follicle, where there is greater circulation.
As a result, "increased hours promoted greater circulation, as people flocked back."
Newspapers, in search of greater circulation and more advertising, were becoming less political and more concerned with everyday interests of average people.

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