- n. Plural form of organ.
- n. edible viscera of a butchered animal
“Once well together, and the organs perfectly settled and adapted to each other, the _third_ act begins, namely, _the motion of the organs_ -- the sliding of the penis back and forth, partly in and out of the vagina, though this is not really the best way of describing just what should take place.”
“What the higher animals perform with intricate organs and parts -- heart, stomach, lungs, liver, kidneys, etc., etc. -- this tiny creature performs _without organs_, and with its entire body, or any part thereof.”
“The special organs by means of which these elements are produced, brought together, and developed into the new individual in a more or less perfect state, are termed _sexual organs_, as we have already seen.”
“The subject of the male and female generative organs came later; the greatest pains and care was taken to make it clear, the little boy was taught that the _sexual organs_ were made for a high and holy purpose, that their office at present is only to carry off impurities from the system in the fluid form called urine, and that he must never handle his _sexual organs_ nor touch them in any way except to keep them clean, and if he does this, he will grow up a bright, happy and healthy boy.”
“The human body is composed of innumerable cells and several special colonies of cells, which we call organs, each of which has its special work to do, and secretes and discharges special fluids necessary for the welfare of the whole body.”
“Identical twins share 99.99% of their genetic information, and the tiny differences are impossible to isolate because of their nature; they tend to be spontaneous mutations limited to certain organs or tissues.”
“He's got Nick's head, and the best body parts and healthiest organs from the seven other dead cops.”
“In the U.S., the sale of transplant organs is illegal, meaning that an organ needed to save a life can only be used if it was donated for free.”
“Both ways involved removing the organs from the corpse - and yet, Granville's mummy's organs were still almost entirely intact and in place.”
“They may appear to be unrelated, but I think they're driven by an underlying perspective that we're all like organs of the same body, and the body doesn't thrive if any of the organs is neglected or diseased.”
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