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- n. Alternative form of exudation.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Exudation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See exudation.
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The milky exsudation from the sudu-sudu (Euphorbia neriifolia) is valued highly by the natives for medicinal purposes.
When this reservoir of petroleum was cut into, the slowness of its exsudation into the canal was not only owing to its viscidity, but to the pressure of the atmosphere, or to the necessity there was that air should at the same time insinuate itself into the small cavities from which the petroleum descended.
Secondly, the skin of the fetus is covered with a whitish crust or pellicle, which would seem to preclude any idea of the liquor amnii being produced by any exsudation of perspirable matter.
In the same manner indigestion, with green evacuations, are said to follow an injudicious application of cerussa to stop too hastily the exsudation behind the ears of children, Class I. 1. 2. 9.
Of the gummous exsudation, or small transparent Pearls, discovered with a _Microscope_ in several others.