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Pool

(pūl),
Eugene H., U.S. surgeon, 1874-1949. See: Pool phenomenon, Pool-Schlesinger sign.

pool

(pūl),
1. A collection of blood or other fluid in any region of the body; pool of blood results from dilation and retardation of the circulation in the capillaries and veins of the region.
2. A combination of resources.
[A.S. pōl]

pool

(pldbomacl)
1. a common reservoir on which to draw; a supply available to be used by a group.
2. to create such a reservoir or supply, as the mixing of plasma from several donors.
3. an accumulation, as of blood in a part of the body due to retardation of the venous circulation.

pool

Medtalk The totality of a substance, material or resource in a 'universe'–eg, metabolic pool, donor pool, gene pool. See Gene pool, High-risk pool, Reinsurance pool, Risk pool, Storage pool, Whirlpool, Zero work pool.

pool

(pūl)
1. A collection of blood or other fluid in any region of the body; pooling of blood results from dilation and retardation of the circulation in the capillaries and veins of the part.
2. A combination of resources.
[A.S. pōl]

pool

(pūl)
Collection of blood or other fluid in any body region; blood pooling results from dilation and retardation of circulation in capillaries and veins of the region.
[A.S. pōl]
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Of course, no one can be sure what will happen in today's contentious political climate, but Pooler thinks that the H2A program may be revised or replaced.
In column (2), we add group-level random effects which increases the standard error on the pooler point estimate to the point where the coefficient is no longer significantly different from zero.
Did Pooler really have a change of heart on Thursday?
Mr Pooler said: "Planning to minimise tax bills is perfectly legal, however, HMRC is far from powerless when it comes to counteracting it.
Both Ebbw and Pooler could be excluded from the top level of the game in Wales if next week's vote among all the clubs goes in favour of the Gang, who on the surface have won the approval of the WRU.
There are people who cannot afford cars, but Pooler states that it is their carelessness that has lowered their quality of life.
JCB officially began production in Pooler with a two-wheel drive model 214 backhoe loader rolling off the production line in January 2000.
Cardiff, ahead now 26-12, were relieved to have moved into the comfort zone and battle though Pooler did, the Thomas try clearly had knocked the stuffing out of them.
Indeed Louie Tonkin's Pooler showed plenty of courage in the second period and they will take heart from the performance of their pack as they continue their drive to win promotion to the Principality Premiership.
8 'Merve the Swerve' had lost his battle against cancer, but the team came out after an emotional minute's silence at St Helen's to see off Pooler by six tries to one.
Pooler took a sixth-minute lead with a 35-metre penalty from fly-half Tom Hancock but Llandovery were soon on constant attack only to find the visitors' defence hard to break down.