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ghost

(gōst),
A hemoglobin-depleted erythrocyte that has also lost most, if not all, of its internal proteins.

ghost

(gōst)
n.
Physiology A red blood cell having no hemoglobin.
Drug slang A regional term for LSD
Haematology Ghost cell The pale membrane of an haemoglobin-depleted red cell, which is virtually identical to all other cell membranes, and is thus used to study cell membrane structure and function
Medical journalism A person involved in research or in writing a paper who doesn’t receive proper credit or acknowledgement in any form
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Mansfield, OH, May 01, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Leonard Pickel built his first haunted house in 1976, formed his company Hauntrepreneurs[R] in 1987 and has been helping people start up and be successful in the Halloween attraction business ever since.
YORKSHIRE is England's most haunted region - with 685 entries in the Paranormal Database.
One of them - Catherine Howard - is also said to haunt Hampton Court Palace.
But ghosts are not just for Halloween -- spirits are said to haunt these locations year-round so it is important for us to extend these festivities from one night only and capitalise on the public's fascination with things that go bump in the night."
After much consideration and public input, we decided not to haunt the corn maze for 2016.
The spirits of soldiers, monks and priests are supposed to haunt Llandaff Cathedral, pictured here c.1920
Editha is still said to haunt a staircase and the bedroom known as Lady's Chamber.
LOOK very closely and you can see that this pub is a favourite haunt of at least one regular.
Blanco also demonstrates how both authors offer a unique and localized account of the ghosts or "shadows" of unresolved racial tensions and social conflict that haunt their societies (151).
Brisbane Arts Theatre on Petrie Tce, where the ghost of founder Jean Trundle is said to haunt the floorboards and backstage, is Queensland's most haunted site.
The explosion of interest in the field of study that brings together the Gothic, the uncanny, the haunted, and the haunting, together with a postcolonial reassessive method, suggests that perhaps the ghosts and monsters that haunt the nation/ subject (from without and within) are finally being heard.