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  • n. Plural form of exudation.


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  • Apparently not only the width but also the nature of horses 'behinds has spilled over into the presidential campaign, judging from the exudations and noxious, flatulent emissions coming forth from John McCain.

    How the width of a horse's butt determined the Size of the Space Shuttle

  • The Moslems, however, declare that its immoderate use in cooking taints the exudations of the skin.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Prodi's exudations are, of course, conveyed uncritically by the BBC website, as if it was perfectly natural that there should be a central authority.

    A Single European blackout

  • Emotions can be triggered by hormonal exudations of endocrine systems such as the amygdala.


  • But in vegetables and plants there is no degree of heat perceptible to the touch, either in their exudations or in their pith when freshly exposed.

    The New Organon

  • For both of these are nothing else than exudations and filterings of juices, the former from trees, the latter from rocks; whence is produced the splendor and clearness in each, that is, by the fine and delicate filtering.

    The New Organon

  • My skin felt shiny and taut with what had dried on it, sweat and other exudations.

    The Gates of Noon

  • Cadfael bathed away the encrusted exudations and cleaned the gash with a lotion of water betony and sanicle.

    The Hermit of Eyton Forest

  • They cleaned the broken wound of its exudations with a lotion of woundwort and sanicle, and dressed it with a paste of the same herbs with betony and the chickweed wintergreen, covered it with clean linen, and swathed the patient's wasted trunk with bandages to keep the dressing in place.

    An Excellent Mystery

  • To this end, exudations that are very rich in these corpuscles are used.

    Ilya Mechnikov - Nobel Lecture


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