Did you mayhaps mean modules?
- n. Plural form of nodule.
“Because of this, it was not actually seen until 1974, when Soviet scientists successfully recovered nodules from the floor of the Black Sea.”
“Endometriosis is a puzzling hormonal and immune system disease in which tissue like that of the uterine lining (endometrium) grows outside the uterus (the tissue is sometimes called nodules, tumors, lesions, or implants).”
“The nodules are a reddish colour because they contain a form of haemoglobin, similar to the oxygen-transporting molecule that makes our blood red.”
“And then there's another problem: growths in the thyroid gland called nodules can sometimes be cancerous.”
“On the roots will be found many small enlargements like root galls; these are called nodules or tubercles.”
“Page 187 and form the characteristic swellings called nodules, found in greater or less abundance on all healthy roots of the great pod-bearing family.”
“This past week, we went back for our first post-surgical checkup and, as unbelievable as this is, the chest x-ray turned up two little "nodules" in his lungs.”
“We find additional proof that slates have undergone compression at right angles to their cleavage in the fact that any inclusions in them, such as nodules and fossils, have been squeezed out of shape and have their long diameters lying in the planes of cleavage.”
“I had ascertained that it contains in Ross and Cromarty nodules of the Old Red Sandstone, which bear inside, like so many stone coffins, their well laid out skeletons of the dead; but then the markings on their surface told me that when the boulder-clay was in the course of deposition, they had been exactly the same kind of nodules that they are now.”
“Adenomas are benign "nodules" that can eventually turn into cancer if left untreated.”
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