Did you perchance mean lovers?
- n. Plural form of liver.
“Myra saves and freezes the chicken livers from the hens she roasts or cuts up for frying until she has about 16 for this recipe.”
“Bob says that chicken livers is the classic bait for scavenger fish.”
“I'm glad we got home safely, even if our livers were all funky from all the RockStars.”
“Factors influencing fish quality before capture include "fish condition" (typically an index of weight and length that measures fatness or nutritional state or "well being" ); flesh firmness, which is typically influenced by water temperatures immediately prior to capture (i.e., warmer waters generally result in poorer-quality flesh); general appearance (e.g., color and lack of imperfections) of both the fish itself and key consumed organs such as livers; parasite loads and disease; and contaminant burdens.”
“He said organs such as livers, kidneys and hearts were taken from donors who had indicated their wish to donate their organs while they were alive.”
“(Transplants of other organs, such as livers and lungs, pose greater complications to a living donor.)”
“Still, same problem, since I kept thinking "livers".”
“I had intended to visit, in the first place, the settlements on the south side of the bay, but the wind being adverse, we stood across to Little Harbour Deep, not knowing that we should find any "livers" there; but hoping to be able from thence to visit, or there to be visited by, the families dwelling in Grande-Vache, or Grandfather's”
“In the long run, they hope to encourage the cells to become entire transplantable organs, such as livers or pancreases.”
“In the long run, they hope to encourage the cells to become entire transplantable organs such as livers or pancreases.”
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