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  • noun Plural form of pituitary.

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Examples

  • Talk about a people damned by CDAS — when the virus hit them, it had stuck their pituitaries and thyroids like throttles jammed open.

    EP099: Start the Clock

  • Talk about a people damned by CDAS — when the virus hit them, it had stuck their pituitaries and thyroids like throttles jammed open.

    EP099: Start the Clock

  • Talk about a people damned by CDAS — when the virus hit them, it had stuck their pituitaries and thyroids like throttles jammed open.

    EP099: Start the Clock

  • I dunno about you folks, but I'm seeking out that film about the stolen pituitaries.

    Peace, order and good government, eh?: December 2006 Archives

  • PINSKY: The bonding hormone or the cuddle hormone or what not, and it's released by our pituitaries.

    CNN Transcript Mar 7, 2005

  • He rinsed the vial containing the three pituitaries with salt solution.

    Life Support

  • By now the trypsin had broken up the tissue and turbid liquid swirled in the vial, which no longer contained solid pituitaries but individual cells in suspension.

    Life Support

  • Later, he would harvest the remaining pituitaries.

    Life Support

  • All we know is, our pituitaries stop producing certain hormones as we get older.

    Life Support

  • On the other hand, mice whose pituitaries had been removed shortly before giving birth to young exhibited little interest in the baby mice.

    The Human Brain

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