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prick

1. a taboo slang word for penis
2. the footprint or track of an animal, esp a hare
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Look out a scene in first episode tears do prick Gently's Or maybe the was just It was the after Back then, he was grieving for his wife Isabella, shot dead, he believes, by criminals with a vendetta against him.
Summary: The no-finger prick flash glucose monitoring system provides round-the-clock monitoring.
We are certain all these features will significantly improve the lives of our diabetic patients, especially our paediatric patients [who are above four years of age and use the device under adult supervision] as this system is easier to use than the finger prick testing.
Brush with the melted butter and sprinkle with sugar then prick the pastry, within the margins only, with a fork.
Percent colonization and percent infection can be studied by incision and pin- prick method in in vitro condition as given by Kuffman et al.
Also, good sausages don't need to be pricked, but old-fashioned bangers contained lots of water, so if you didn't prick them they exploded in the pan - hence the term 'banger'.
The victim was with his girlfriend when he felt a sharp prick and a stabbing puncture on his left tricep.
Skin-prick tests involve using extract from the suspected allergenic food in a device that dispenses a tiny amount during the prick.
Effect of active tuberculosis on skin prick allergy tests and serum IgE levels.
Finer seeds should be sown in a tray, prick out the seedlings into more trays when they are large enough to handle.
Skin Prick Testing: The study has focused its entire findings on the results of skin prick tests.