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fresh blood

Blood that has been collected less than 48 hours prior to its use in a transfusion.
See also: blood
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FRESH BLOOD Pama International play at the Cluny in the Boss Sounds Reggae festival.
We have enjoyed a lot of success in competitions during the past few years, but we urgently need some fresh blood.
The firm, based in Stornoway, Lewis, has managed to secure fresh blood supplies after weeks of cutting back orders.
They call it the Vampire Theory - the idea that when it comes to the workforce, employers constantly crave the fresh blood of younger workers.
Villa Fans Combined spokesman Jonathan Fear said: "It is time for Doug to move over and make way for fresh blood to take the club forward.
The Dracula legend is given fresh blood in Kostova's fascinating page- turning adventure as a young girl finds that her family is frighteningly linked to the infamous bloodsucking ruler.
CNN Headline News, hoping to inject fresh blood into its anemically rated prime time, jettisoned its news-bite format Monday for a three-hour bloc it dubs Headline Prime.
Lunchtime attheraces will initially run through until March and could be a valuable weapon in the battle to attract fresh blood to racing's fan base.
One, they block the way of young fresh blood constantly coming in, as happens in our countries and especially Australia and South Africa.
Crime investigators often add EDTA to fresh blood samples to bind calcium ions and stop the formation of a protein involved in coagulation.
A worrying report last night revealed fresh blood is needed now to replace the ageing workforce.
CARLSBERG CAPITALS will not be rushed into signing fresh blood for their Elite League debut.