- n. Plural form of wart.
“When zur Hausen asserted that human papilloma virus – which was known to induce skin warts – caused this cancer, not many people believed him.”
“I think "warts" is a grimly humorous way of brushing aside a long history of systematic incursions on other nation’s sovereignities.”
“However, lips are not hyperkeratotic skin, as found in warts. 8 When salicylic acid is applied to the lips, it can erode through the outer stratum corneum to damage living skin layers beneathâthis creates a vicious cycle.”
“At it's best SL is about as direct a connection to pure real-time expression warts and all that we have in a global shared media.”
“One is genital warts, which is caused by HPV 6 and 11.”
“A good plant should have plenty of strong, well-ripened roots; not covered with excrescences and warts, which is always a sign of ill health; but smooth and firm; with well-ripened, short-jointed wood.”
“There are other outgrowths, called warts, occasionally met with in trees, and which are more closely connected with the central tissues of the stem, while at the same time they are not provided with buds, in which two particulars warts differ from gnaurs.”
“Your warts are the real you, with all your uniqueness that clearly comes through when you are in sync with your true self.”
“He observed that the Ontario health insurance plan provides coverage for treatment of plantar warts, which doesn't seem to work, while it does not pay for treating common warts, which is more successful.”
“Everyone on the market had warts, which is why they were out there in the first place. and been able to properly evaluate the young talent they do have”
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