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Medical history
An obsolete adjective referring or pertaining to an exhuberant granulation tissue reaction.
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The legendary Manilla "Illa" Santos-Ng proudly stands with the Choco Mucho Flying Titans in the Premier Volleyball League!
These are ridiculous concepts and all those Socialists with their hands proudly raised will not get my vote.
Three businesses presented their products to the Forums audiences under the umbrella of Brand Dubais Proudly From Dubai initiative.
I can proudly tell you that ours is a multi-religious carpool and we could be the best ...
The former I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here winner, 38, has proudly displayed before and after photos on social media.
In July 2016, she kept with the tradition of Bodnant by walking proudly to their new school through the high street just as the children had done in 1902.
The descendant of Iranian Jews, proudly Jewish and proudly progressive, she is one of a rising generation of young Jewish leaders on American campuses.
I want to draw the attention of the readers towards how we see politicians telling proudly in their speeches about how many years spent and how many tears shed in jail .
The Angel of the North stands proudly as Britain's largest sculpture, measuring 20 metres tall with a wingspan of 54 metres, and was completed in February 1998.
ARAB NEWS A stunner in brown and bronze, the Admiral AC-One 45 Chronograph from Corum not only stands out from the rest, but also proudly flies the nautical standard established by the brand in its inimitable style.
So, when Bigelow Tea launched its Tea Proudly campaign this past November it was hard not to take notice.
With foresight we can strive to overcome adversity, proudly standing together, The Middlesbrough Way."