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  • v. Present participle of implant.


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  • The best bet would be for a doctor who has training in implanting and activating the chip to go rogue.

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  • It contained hundreds of diseased rats and equipment that indicated the laboratory had been engaged in implanting disease germs in small animals.

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  • Weight-loss researchers have had limited success in implanting false memories of getting sick after eating junk food.

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  • This determination is not predicated on success in implanting Iraqi democracy and internal stability.


  • The termino-lateral anastomosis consists in implanting the end of one vessel on to the wall of another vessel.

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  • Chinese scientists have succeeded in implanting electrodes in the brain of a pigeon to remotely control the bird’s flight, state media said.

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  • So researchers, after years of animal experiments, hit on the idea of implanting into the brains of Parkinson's patients a permanent source of dopamine.

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  • WALSH: Years ago, a dentist in South Florida, back when we both lived in South Florida, came up with the idea of implanting a chip in his child's tooth.

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  • Privacy-loving Americans have roundly rejected the idea of implanting microchips within their bodies, but one in four Germans is enthusiastic about the idea of having a chip implanted as long as there are tangible benefits involved.

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  • Back in Apricot's day the notion of implanting a pet with a homing device was practically science fiction.


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