Green Blood


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A marked shift in the colour of blood from deep red to avocado green/black which in humans is vanishingly rare, and attributed to sulphhaemoglobin evoked by therapeutic use of sulfonamides including sumatriptan used for migraines; the colour reverses itself upon discontinuation of sulphur-based agents
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Even though he's English, my dad's got green blood.
With green blood comes Granny Smith-colored muscles and bones and a bluegreen mouth, exposed during defensive posturing.
The genetically modified zebrafish embryos were transparent and had fluorescently marked green blood vessels.
And yet, the green blood of the Celtics flows through veins of gold, pumping oxygen back to the heart of the NBA's winningest franchise.
It is simply that green blood seems copiously to run in his own veins, even if the peso, unlike the dollar, does not qualify as a greenback.
It only reinforced the deep Atlantic green that later fell from gold in Sacre Coeur, fighting off the torrents of green blood in my poems, my eyes.
The criminals wore prosthetics masks with animatronic eyeballs and bled green blood.
It's now time for serious basketball and there will be green blood when this next round is over.
There will be blood, green blood made of cash, and Google will expel a lot of it.
The CX gloried in inflatable suspension fuelled by green blood which would not have been out of place in Star Trek.
Patrick's Day, because it's the one day nearly everyone claims a bit of green blood.
I've got all the time in the world for Bryan Gunn and he's clearly got yellow and green blood, but that doesn't mean he's the right man to get the Canaries out of trouble.