- n. Plural form of bleb.
“It concerns itself with "blebs" -- composite gadget made byt he spontaneous merging of smart household objects that are a little too interoperable.”
“I have developed glaucoma in my eye, I have sinus difficulties, nasal passage blockage and have also developed blebs and swelling that cause much bleeding at times as well as dental issues.”
“From there we saw that in the beds of this garden the roses were already scorched into heavy brown blebs on the stalk.”
“If this "Consciousness Wavefront" had occurred in the olden days of dumb materials, blebs would hardly have been an issue.”
“The inflammation spreads rapidly, and there is formation of blebs with much itching.”
“The itching must be relieved by proper measures, for if the crust is removed from the top of the blebs by scratching, a scar usually results.”
“And the spider's lace is wet with its pinhead blebs of dew,”
“On the second day blebs appeared on each buttock, and the patient complained of very severe pain in the neck: the temperature rose to 103°, and on the third day he died suddenly.”
“In a few instances large blebs rose on the back of the hand, or patches of vesicles appeared over the terminal distribution of the nerve, pointing to early trophic changes.”
“It is not only in the white corpuscle of the blood that we find this resemblance; in all the firmer parts of the body we find, on microscopic examination, similar little blebs of protoplasm, and at an early stage of development the young rabbit is simply one mass of these protoplasmic bodies.”
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