“Then, in 1990, he picked a forty-point underdog for the U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania who went on to trounce a former U.S. attorney general who had come into the contest with every advantage.”
“Indeed, environmental exposures to dioxin and PCBs—at amounts as low as five times the average level that most of us come into contact with in our day-to-day lives—can cause the thymus to shrink as much as 80 percent.”
“There were probably lots of possible explanations for how Shaughnessy had come into possession of that sweatshirt, how it came to have that rusty-looking stain.”
“The 72nd Street stairs come into view, and I begin panicking, because our options are down to Riverside or the Trump Pier, both of which are gonna be packed on a Saturday—”
“The term psychologia seems to have first come into use about the end of the sixteenth century”
“The group, known to everybody by its initials, HICCASP, had come into being as a support group for President Franklin D.”
““Yeah, right after you cross the railroad tracks when you come into town from the Scotchman Road.””
“These antibodies, or proteins in the blood, remember the organism that caused the disease and can recognize and inactivate it when we come into contact with it again.”
“It seems Caelum was ready to come into the world, immediately!”
“Millions of T cells are “educated” in your thymus to perform specific roles—such as, say, to recognize and eradicate an infiltrating influenza-A germ or food-borne bacteria like salmonella from your body, as well as hundreds of other antigens with which your body may come into contact.”
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Protagonists and relevant words in the Book of Creation (Source: King James Bible)
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