- n. Plural form of intestine.
“I think our intestines are a murky area for most people.”
“Some babies do become temporarily lactose intolerant because their intestines are affected by common "stomach flus" - really gastrointestinal ailments - and a much smaller number are affected by more serious problems that damage the delicate lining in their intestines.”
“So, one child with magnets in his intestines might be an accident, but two is a problem for your client.”
“The most dramatic was when his doctors thought the "stool ball" in his intestines was a tumor and admitted him to the children's hospital for ultrasounds and cat scans.”
“Preservative perseverance in the reeducation of his intestines was the rebuttal by whilk he sort of git the big bulge on the whole bunch of spasoakers, dieting against glues and gra-vies, in that sometime prestreet protown.”
“However, when animal and human faeces are used, bacteria excreted in the intestines is the main source of protein.”
“As it was, he had lost his buttocks to the bone, his intestines were a mess, he had no bowel control, and his legs were a fragment of bone.”
“A classification, though necessarily imperfect, will aid in the diagnosis and treatment of the various abnormal conditions of the stomach and intestines, that is, of mal-digestion.”
“The perforation of the intestines, which is caused by an ulcer eating its way through the wall of the intestines, is much more dangerous.”
“Absorption by the intestines is a most active and complicated process.”
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