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  • n. Plural form of trachea.


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  • Crushing tracheas is not an easy habit habit to break, but it may make you more sociable and fun at parties if you can avoid doing it.

    This Is Tense

  • Glucosamine is extracted from crab, lobster or shrimp shells, and chondroitin sulfate comes from animal cartilage, such as tracheas or shark cartilage.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Category physician - "Elephant Rex, Elevator Roi, Who sank the shipmate with all the Elevator tracheas?."

    Why is There Scientist Instead of Wisdom?

  • First his teeth had ripped out their tracheas, then his claws had finished the job.

    Ecstasy in Darkness

  • Sadly, "kosher" means nothing when it comes to how animals are treated on farms, and the largest kosher slaughterhouse in North America was caught horribly abusing animals -- ripping the tracheas out of live cows 'throats and worse -- and defending the abuse as kosher.

    Kathy Freston: A Few More 'Inconvenient Truths'

  • Or if you could just teach me to crush tracheas like you do, that would be great as well.

    Scar Friends Luncheon Circle

  • He enjoys fixing things, listening to music, and crushing people's tracheas with his mind.

    Archive 2005-04-17

  • I suspecy they are evil woodpeckers, but would still like to crush their tracheas anyway.

    Calgon, Take Me Away

  • Do you find it to be a value-add back in your work-a-day existence, crushing tracheas and hunting down rebel forces?

    Calgon, Take Me Away

  • Do you not find the premise of your philosophy (love for all) and the manner in which it manifests itself (destruction, murder, crushing tracheas, lopping off limbs, etc.) to be fundamentally contradictory?

    The Tao Of Sith


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