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(klowd),
Adjective applied to patients, adults or babies, who spread methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus into their surroundings in excessive nasal secretions resulting from viral upper respiratory infection.
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Actually, after taking a magnified image of the ESO-rich particle, cloudlike darker regions in the ESO-rich particle could also be observed.
Autumnal shades create cloudlike formations in this design from the Urban Life Collection at Miresco.
Its colour sets it apart from the light, cloudlike body of the vessel.
November Wind": Immured here / by infinitely minute and endlessly exact details--// Air ink-rolls the water, where far off / a trawler's anchored by a cloudlike net.
D]estruction is never final in the Lynchian universe," writes Nochimson; "at the closure of Mulholland Drive, Lynch seeds the darkness with hope when he haunts the screen with radiant, cloudlike images of Betty and Rita as they once were.
These "popcorn calcifications" can usually be distinguished from the "mashed potato," or cloudlike, ossific matrix of bone-forming tumors such as osteosarcomas (Figure 17).
Floating above his head is a smooth, cloudlike rock upon which rests a man's left foot strapped into a sandal of vaguely classical design.
One album cover features a reclining woman, suggestively wrapped with a satin sheet; the other album cover features the same reclining woman, suggestively covered in cloudlike soap lather.
A nebula is any, of many, vast cloudlike masses of gas or dust among the stars.
Cover with white plastic first, then drape inexpensive sheer white fabric across the top, letting it cascade in cloudlike billows.
Flocculants: Flocculants can be sprayed across a pond's surface, where the chemical will form a cloudlike layer on top of the water.
All maintain rolled-on, all-over grounds onto which a cloudlike, soft-edged circular area of acrylic is sprayed.