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Medical history
An obsolete adjective referring or pertaining to an exhuberant granulation tissue reaction.

proud

exuberant.

proud cut
see cut proud.
proud flesh
exuberant amounts of soft, edematous, granulation tissue developing during healing of large surface wounds.
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The children were so excited by the project that an entirely separate children's banner has now been produced, and this was also held proudly aloft behind the band.
Last week, a county employee who helped replace two giant county seals on the front wall of the Board of Supervisors' hearing room proudly wore a hat emblazoned with the original version.
Above, Ivan Hernandez, 11, proudly wears and a sticker showing he participated in the mock political process.
The PacWind Delta Series, along with their previous Alpha Series, are allowing the members of the PacWind family to proudly say that they've found the cure for the seemingly incurable NIMBY syndrome.
Now - thanks to American Legion Post 377 in Tujunga - Mary O'Brien, Lupe Espino and a host of other San Fernando Valley mothers are rekindling that tradition, proudly displaying Blue Star Service Banners in honor of sons and daughters on active duty.
OTC:PAIM); Germany (XETRA:R1Z) and (Frankfurt:R1Z) proudly announces its highly anticipated first revenue this week from its first developed and operational gold mine site using the manual methods and hydraulicking procedure of gold harvesting.
proudly proffers two - our protagonist, assistant U.
AmeriCredit has proudly supported both the March of Dimes and United Way for more than 10 consecutive years and Salvation Army for the last six years in a row.
Shattering the fluorescent-colored clay disk with her first shot, Graham smiled proudly as she watched the clay bits fall to the valley floor.
SEOUL, South Korea -- ESTsoft proudly announces ALZip v6.
While flags proudly hang down from freeway overpasses, and the cars beneath sport red, white and blue ribbons and stickers, the Los Angeles Police Department objects to officers wearing Old Glory lapel pins on their uniforms.
OAISYS([R]) proudly announces the company's status as Inter-Tel, Incorporated CommSource Vendor of the Year for 2006.