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- n. Donated blood which is stored in a blood bank.
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When I could at last hold the hacksaw blade in my hands, I cut the PVC on my ankles and cursed some more, just as colourfully as before, till the blood supply in my feet came back to something like normal.
Between 1995 and 2003, Dr. Baer would go on to see LaShekia through several additional diagnoses of Raynaud’s disease, a condition that causes the fingers and/or toes to turn white as a result of diminished blood supply after even slight changes in temperature; and vasculitis, an inflammation of the blood vessels.
If you were to look at a human embryo about twenty-six days after conception you would see that the blood supply to the ‘gills’ strongly resembles the segmental blood supply to the gills of a fish.