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si·lent

(sī'lĕnt),
Producing no detectable signs or symptoms, said of certain diseases or morbid processes.

silent

/si·lent/ (si´lent)
1. noiseless.
2. producing no detectable signs or symptoms.

SILENT

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si·lent

(sī'lĕnt)
Producing no detectable signs or symptoms, said of certain diseases or morbid processes.

si·lent

(sī'lĕnt)
Producing no detectable signs or symptoms, said of certain diseases.

silent

produces no audible sound.

silent atria
see atrial standstill.
silent estrus
see silent heat (below).
silent heat
the behavior pattern in which the animal gives no behavioral signals that an ovarian follicle is maturing and rupturing although it is doing so or has just done so. Called also silent estrus.
silent lung
breath sounds absent on auscultation; occurs over collapsed lung or lung shielded by fluid, pus, solid tissue.
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If it happened in a silent film, chances are the Fotoplayer by the American Photo Player Co.
In fact, the one "hetero" makes his living by marrying and impregnating Silent women, then stealing and selling the babies.
It is called, more prosaically, Silent Movie, 1994-95, an installation commissioned by the Wexner Center, and is currently touring American museums.
Defying assumptions that the Silent Generation will carefully budget for and leave an inheritance to their children and/or grandchildren, most of the "Silents" view leaving an inheritance to someone other than their spouse as relatively unimportant.
Hart loved to entertain guests at his Newhall home, and long after his death, fans of the silent film star and producer are carrying on the tradition.
Considered by many cinema's greatest silent clown, Buster Keaton was a consummate practitioner of physical comedy whose career began in vaudeville at the age of three.
John Hampton then began rescuing old nitrate silent prints from studios who were tossing or burning the flammable stock.
In 1987, the Foundation purchased the bulk of the collection originally owned by Silent Movie Theatre founder John Hampton, and deposited it with the UCLA Film and Television Archive.
Saving the Silents is one of 62 projects nationwide awarded a Save America's treasures grant.
1996), MBCC founded Silent Spring Institute in 1994 to bid for and win a $1 million annual state appropriation for breast cancer and environment research.
SANTA CLARITA - Residents will have the opportunity Friday to step back in time to an era when flappers danced the Charleston and silent movies were all the rage.