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- v. Present participle of enucleate.
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This was the true Art enucleating and discouering the ignorance that wee worke in, our detestable presumption, and publike condemned errors.
When the eye is destroyed by panophthalmitis, the propriety of eviscerating or enucleating it will have to be considered.
Those which neither the Society, Mr. Rafn, nor anybody else can be said in any definite sense to understand, and which accordingly offer peculiar temptations to enucleating sagacity.
Instead of enucleating them, they kept them intact and inserted the adult cell's nucleus alongside the original one.
That the honest and able student, however unwearied in zeal and industry, may be supplied with the indispensable means of verifying what (p. viii) tradition has delivered down, enucleating difficulties, rectifying mistakes, reconciling apparent inconsistencies, clearing up doubts, and removing that mass of confusion and error under which the truth often now lies buried, -- our national history must be made a subject of national interest.
There is some difficulty in enucleating the meaning of this word, though it occurs so often.