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  • n. Plural form of ablation.

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Examples

  • This system will enable future applications beyond biopsy, such as ablations and the delivery of other minimally invasive therapies.

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  • Having had a normal drug free childbirth, and one on pitocin with no pain killers, I am here to tell you that endometrial ablations are the worst pain I have ever felt.

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  • Medtronic hasn't announced pricing, but current catheter ablations involve insurance payments of about $25,000 to hospitals and about $2,000 to doctors.

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  • Then shalt thou be pleased with the sacrifice of righteousness, with the burnt-offerings and ablations: then shall they offer young bullocks upon thine attar.

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  • The first exploder to make his ablations in these parks was indeed that lucky mortal which the monster trial showed on its first day out.

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  • VWD may result in miscarriage and unnecessary surgery, including D&C, uterine ablations, and hysterectomy at a young age.

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  • Notwithstanding (most souereigne Prince) certaine other things we haue to propound vnto your Grace, in the name and behalfe of our saide Master and Order, by way of complaint, namely, that at certaine times past, and especially within the space of x. yeeres last expired, his subiects and marchants haue sustained sundry damages and ablations of their goods, by diuers subiects and inhabitants of your realme of

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  • Schardin, we did a fate map for the larval cuticle using laser ablations of Drosophila blastoderm cells.

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  • And even when staying within, there are frequent ablations.

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  • We were all alike eager for the open air; for the walk, bare-footed, through the dewy grass to the mountain pool; for the shock and thrill of that green water into which we plunged delighted; and in those prolonged and pure ablations I think our spirits shared.

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