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Biology
1. composed of living plants
2. any area of living flesh that is highly sensitive to pain or touch, esp that under a toenail or fingernail or around a healing wound

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(geology)
Referring to a sediment that, when mixed with or absorbing water, becomes extremely soft, incoherent, or loose, and is capable of flowing easily under load or by force of gravity.
Referring to a soil in which a decrease in effective stress allows water to flow upward with sufficient velocity to reduce significantly the soil's bearing capacity.
Referring to a highly porous soil that readily absorbs heat.
(mining engineering)
Referring to an economically valuable or productive mineral deposit.

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(language)
An early system on the IBM 701.

[Listed in CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959)].
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Aneisha Beveridge, head of research at Hamptons International, said: "Lower stock levels combined with increasing demand from new applicants has meant that properties have let quicker than ever before."
People buying property in Norwich will now have access to instant local land charges search results, meaning it will be quicker and simpler to buy and sell a house across the area.
"My ambitions for this year is to first of all to hopefully get my times down cause the quicker my times are the more chance I have of being selected to run in Dubai.
Giving serious consideration to these suggestions will enable the courts to deliver quicker justice.
However, the referral disappears into a booking system and then something happens to the patient that may have been avoided if they had been seen a lot quicker, he said.
SHIMA SEIKI's SSR computerized flat knitting machine offers increased productivity with a maximum knitting speed of 1.2 meters per second, as well as with the R2CARRIAGE System that achieves quicker carriage returns.
The system allows customers to register and apply for a self-refund, in adherence with the requirements of relevant federal ministries, and delivers a quicker response to customer needs, according to a statement from the Ministry of Finance on Sunday.
For example, the Intercity (IC) and express trains between Bratislava and Koscaronice running through #381ilina will be quicker by two to seven minutes.
He accompanied the picture with the caption: "He still thinks he's quicker than me." Sane was quick to respond, with the debate clearly one the pair have discussed before.
FIRE chiefs have called in the military to move high-volume pump equipment by air to help douse quicker a vast moorland blaze which has raged for days.
Summary: Students and researchers at the United Arab Emirates University has developed a new artificial intelligence-powered technology enabling people easier and quicker access to neuro-therapists.
The scheduled date for the quicker trains was December.