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  • noun Plural form of transplant.


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  • One third of his students are from the suburbs, a third are from within the city, and a third are what he calls transplants, people who have recently moved into the city.

    Model D

  • Any guy who would build the biggest radio station in the world to convince other men to get goat-testicle transplants is a pretty unusual character.

    Pope Brock answers questions about Charlatan

  • Conservatism in my division is basically regarded as an affectation held by some middle aged transplants from the south.

    Matthew Yglesias » Endgame

  • That does not mean that providing heart transplants is illegal.

    Matthew Yglesias » Scott Brown Questions Barack Obama’s Parentage

  • Separately, several hospitals are testing how to combine kidney transplants with bone marrow transplants from the same donor, in hopes that a hybrid immune system lessens the need for lifelong anti-rejection drugs.

    New bone marrow transplant method may expand treatment

  • Typical Republican morons all of them, they all need brain transplants but I think they are incapable of being able to bear a brain, their immune system would probably attack and kill it, after all they evolved without a brain for a reason, they are Republican slugs, nothing but bottom feeders each and every one, just take a look at Palin for example!

    FBI: Man arrested for threatening House speaker

  • But as the story began to unfold I realized that there was new element of mid-century African-American life that I was getting into: the role of the black entrepreneur among African-American transplants from the south.

    Walter Mosley Talks About 47

  • By the way, the only thing at this point that will increase the number of liver transplants is an increase in liver donors.

    Health care battle intensifies for Obama, Congress

  • Jeff Kepner, the first person in England the US to receive two hand transplants, is now home after four months of recovery at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.

    Boing Boing

  • A shortage of vital organs is currently the limiting factor in transplants, not necessarily cost.

    Health care battle intensifies for Obama, Congress


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