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- v. To transit something
- v. To make something move through something else
- v. To infiltrate
- n. A framed, window-like aperture in the interior wall of a house, usually between a kitchen and dining room, through which items (especially food) can be passed. A serving hatch.
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- v. cause to move through
- v. make a passage or journey from one place to another
- v. pass through an enemy line; in a military conflict
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In Europe, the tracks of these ancient sexual rituals pass through the Gnostic schools, the alchemical and cabalistic currents of the Middle Ages and Renaissance—where numerous alchemical texts can be read on two levels—until we find them again in occult organisations formed and organised, principally in Germany, in the seventeenth century.
Digestion in the mouth and stomach degrades the large carbohydrate molecules into more manageable–sized glucose, which is able to pass through the intestine walls, diffuse into the adjacent bloodstream, and be swept by the blood flow to some glucose-hungry cell.
This time Burnley closed down Bale but he managed to squeeze a pass through to the Croatian in acres of space 25 yards out and he ran into the box, beat Steven Caldwell and slammed a shot high inside Brian Jensen's near post.
As a young thirty-eight-year-old scientist in 1939, he had already become world renowned for being the first to demonstrate that cancer-causing chemicals could pass through the placenta and later cause tumors in offspring.
There shall not be found among you any one that maketh his son or his daughter to pass through the fire, or that useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter, or a witch, or a charmer, or a consulter with familiar spirits, or a wizard, or a necromancer.
One consequence of the photocells pointing backwards is that the wires that carry their data somehow have to pass through the retina and back to the brain.
Baji, you are the only one who has let me pass through the gate.
The ‘wires’ connecting the photocells to the brain run all over the surface of the retina, so the light rays have to pass through a carpet of massed wires before they hit the photocells.
Sugar alcohols polyols, such as erythritol and xylitol and fiber are considered minimal-impact carbs because they pass through the digestive tract with little effect on blood sugar.
Cecil and I are speaking of my need to meet with Doctor Dee as we pass through the gallery leading to my rooms.