from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The character or condition of being vascular.
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- noun (Biol.) The quality or state of being vascular.
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- noun Vascular condition;
- noun bodybuilding : The degree to which the
veinsin a body part are visible.
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- noun the property being vascular
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Significant steps were taken to make sure the infected are not confused with zombies, and the final effect of the eyes and vascularity are rewardingly frightening.
We can see cartilage deterioration and breakdown or tendon healing and vascularity before it is evident to the naked eye or on a routine MR, CT or Ultrasound examination.
So, in contrast to the ACCORD subjects, these started with relatively healthy vascularity.
I suspect their body fat percentages were next to nothing, given their vascularity, abdominal visibility at all times, an in general their overall muscular definition.
Or he could have gotten infected despite the profuse vascularity if the wound had stayed open.
So, we have managed to mobilize that, keeping its vascularity intact into Lakshmi's own abdomen now.
So we managed to mobilize that, keeping its vascularity intact into Lakshmi's own abdomen now.
If some freedom of movement is allowed, acute inflammation resulting in nature's provisional swelling soon develops and repair is hastened because of increased vascularity.
Resolution is prompt as a rule in such cases because of the vascularity of the structures and the ease with which proper drainage may be effected.
_Amphioxus_, subordinate to the primary bars in size, vascularity and development; finally, in the craniate vertebrates it would then have completed its involution, the suggestion having been made that the tongue-bars are represented by the thymus-primordia.