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- adj. of or pertaining to the epidermis or to the skin or bark
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Epidermal; connected with the skin or the bark.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Belonging or relating to or resembling the epidermis; covering the skin; epidermal.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to a cuticle or cuticula
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In any case, if we find ourselves landless in the crowded city of tomorrow, perhaps amidst the future ultramegametropolis of New Tokyo-Beijing-Shanghai-Shenzhen-Hong Kong-Manila, we can cultivate our own epidermic Eden.
The Lesotho government is expected to adopt a multi-sectoral approach to combat the epidermic.
Center's (Eyverkinasa), which is a recombinant streptokinase used in case of a heart attack; (Evermin), which is an epidermic growth factor; and Interferon.
This is leading to a loss of genetic resources, and a risk of losing the planted trees in the event of a disease or insect epidermic.
We have obtained an epidermic growth factor and it is being handled by one or two transnationals.
We control the technology of the epidermic growth factor-used for burns, skin graphs, and many other applications and is also a highly expensive product-and it came from our research centers.
The same thing will be done with epidermic growth factor; it will be produced by the genetic engineering center.
There are laboratories abroad that have compared the two, and our epidermic growth factor is much more, several times more effective than the multinational firm 's epidermic growth factor.
A multinational firm has the epidermic growth factor.
That is something I think many men do not grasp, the wholeness of the sexual experience for the woman, its enhancement and deepening by the beautiful and intricate context, that it is not simply a matter of skillful epidermic stimulations.