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  • n. Plural form of gland.

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Examples

  • On each side of the frenum, under the mucous membrane of the tip, are mucous glands -- _apical glands_ -- in which cysts sometimes form.

    Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities—Head—Neck. Sixth Edition.

  • A physician who specializes in glands and hormone problems.

    Neonatal Care Team

  • I usually sqirt a drop or two on the front and back of my boots, and a few drops on a wick around the stand. i never used the buck pee though. i have used a couple of tarsal glands from a buck that my friend killed. had small buck circle the tree i hung it from a couple times.

    When to use What deer pee?

  • Long before us it was established that the work of the salivary glands is regulated by a complex nervous apparatus.

    Ivan Pavlov - Nobel Lecture

  • Similarly, of the substances for which the animal has a distaste some, for example chemical irritants like acid, alkali, etc., evoke a more profuse secretion of saliva than other, chemically indifferent substances, like bitters; consequently here, too, different activity of the salivary glands is observed.

    Ivan Pavlov - Nobel Lecture

  • However, the diversity of the work of the gastric glands is not confined to the above-mentioned phenomena; it is manifested also in peculiar fluctuations in the quantity and quality of the reagent during the period of the functioning of the glands following the introduction of one or another food substance.

    Ivan Pavlov - Nobel Lecture

  • The duct, however, in these glands is shorter than in the pyloric variety, sometimes not amounting to more than one-sixth of the whole length of the gland; it is lined throughout by columnar epithelium.

    XI. Splanchnology. 1F. The Stomach

  • Lymph nodes - often called 'glands' - are little traps for germs that form small lumps under the skin when they get infected.

    Chapter 17

  • Being undone by thinking with your glands is a bipartisan thing.

    i wnt to mke gr8 sx w/U

  • One of the distinguishing features of the clementine is the distinctive thin, leathery skin dotted with large and prominent oil glands, which is lightly attached around the fruit; enabling it to peeled very easily in comparison to other citrus fruits.

    KamlaLebur Kheer or Orange Kheer

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