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sanguineous

[saŋ′gwin·ē·əs]
(physiology)
Pertaining to or containing blood.
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sihama, small but complex, connect with a sanguineous vesicle close to vertebra, but the function still needs further research.
sanguineous megalopae in our zooplankton samples in 2012 and 2013 and the subsequent discovery of adult Asian shore crabs at two locations in upper Barnegat Bay in 2013 represent new records for the occurrence of the species within the bay.
Elbow aspiration yielded sanguineous, nonpurulent fluid with no evidence of crystals, organisms, or atypical cytology.
Forewing with apex of clavus sanguineous with a large bluish-black spot; base of first apical cell sanguineous (Kirkaldy, 1906) D.
The sanguineous impression appears alongside revolutionary posters and anti-establishment graffiti, several of which are likewise inscribed in blood red.
This will determine, in turn, a certain type of temperament (melancholic, choleric, phlegmatic and sanguineous, according to Galen).
Contemporary Peruvian Chronicle: Sanguineous Great Great Grandson of the Indias Chronicle
The sanguineous transaction required by Stoker's concept of vampirization (perpetuated, with variations, in such recent vampire narratives as Salem's Lot, Fright Night, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, True Blood, and the Twilight series) corresponds to very ancient and wide-spread practices of artificial kinship, which frequently involve an exchange of bodily fluids (e.
Speaking to a handful of people, Michael Sanguineous is reported to have said: "Women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimised.
Stage Histopathologic alterations in the gills I Hypertrophy and hyperplasia of gill epithelium Sanguineous congestion Dilation of marginal vascular channels Lifting of respiratory epithelium Fusion and disorganisation of secondary gill lamellae Shortening of secondary lamellae Leukocyte infiltration of gill epithelium II Hemorrhage and rupture of lamellar epithelium Hypertrophy and hyperplasia of mucous cells Empty mucous cells or their disappearance Hypertrophy and hyperplasia of chloride cells III Lamellar aneurysm Necrosis and cell degeneration Lamellar telangiectasis Table 2.
Woolf describes the sanguineous, ample meat Mary eats for lunch: "Mary generally went to a gaudy establishment, upholstered in red plush, near by, where, much to the vegetarian's disapproval, you could buy steak, two inches thick, or a roast section of fowl, swimming in a pewter dish" (80).
A 65-year-old woman with history of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis and bilaterallung transplantation presented to the otolaryngology clinic with a 4-month history of left-sided purulent and sanguineous rhinorrhea.