polster

pol·ster

(pōl'stĕr),
A bulge of smooth muscle cells, as in the penile arteries and veins, formerly thought to regulate blood flow.
[G. cushion, bolster]
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polster

An obsolete term for an aggregate of cells or tissue mass.
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Matt Polster was aware that Rangers were a well-supported club when he joined in January.
Matt Polster is prepared to play in any position to get a game for Rangers.
Number five was a carbon copy of the fourth, this time with Polster acting as provider and Defoe the finisher.
Polster ruled that the information should remain under seal.
The court's judge, Dan Polster, has (https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/05/health/opioid-crisis-judge-lawsuits.html) pushed hard for a settlement.
MATT Polster has completed his move to Rangers after signing a two-and-a-half-year deal.
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