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jet

(jet),
A region of very high blood velocity just downstream of a vessel stenosis.
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jet

(jet)
A region of high blood velocity immediately downstream of a vessel stenosis.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

jet

A sudden pulse or burst of gas or liquid.
jetted, adjective
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In one case, the biopsy of a lesion with jet-black dots initially came back with a diagnosis of solar elastosis, but after a section, the diagnosis was revised to BCC.
The less interesting elements of King's discussion reflect the old paradox much discussed by James devotees: How could a native Trinidadian, jet-black at that, regional nationalist when young, key activist of Pan-Africanism during the 1930s-40s, and ardent supporter of Black Power in old age, define himself, his intellectual life and tastes, so often in European terms, from Shakespeare to cricket?
The males were in summer plumage (jet-black body with white wing panel) the female a dull bluish/brown.
Embedded in its center was a jet-black eschar the size of a pea.
No one has ever observed one directly, but chances are that you envision some gargantuan jet-black entity that's far, far away and insatiably consuming any matter or light that comes near it.
The jet-black PUR reportedly gels in less than 50 seconds and can be demolded in approx.
The jet-black colored polyurethane gels in less than 50 seconds and can be demolded in about five minutes.
Save its jet-black wings and tail, the male tanager is a fiery scarlet--brighter than a fire truck, but surprisingly less visible.
Draped in stretch fabric with tridentlike combs lancing her impossibly oversize jet-black bun, Martha sucks in the spotlight, strikes a classic Graham pose, and delivers actual excerpts from the original diva's notebooks.
Males are a jet-black colour with white wing flashes.
Dressed in a black (of course) shirt and olive pants, clean-shaven with jet-black hair, he explains how five years went by between The Downward Spiral and Nine Inch Nails' new album, The Fragile.
And just as there are personal watercraft buzzing around sea lions' homes at the Gulf of the Farallones, a 1,255-square-mile marine sanctuary 30 miles from San Francisco, there are fish enthusiasts collecting jet-black and brilliant-yellow angelfish from the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary (of course, there is a limit--75 angelfish per person per day).