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A stainless steel sieve placed IV below the renal arteries via the jugular vein, designed to trap deep vein thrombi in the inferior vena cava

umbrella

Mobin-Uddin umbrella Heart surgery A stainless steel sieve placed IV below the renal arteries via the jugular vein, designed to trap deep vein thrombi in the inferior vena cava. See Deep vein thrombosis, Pulmonary thromboembolism.
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She took it as a good sign that he said to her, "It's a fine programme this afternoon, is it not?" for this was the remark with which he had originally opened, before the umbrella intervened.
You took this gentleman's umbrella away from Queen's Hall, and he has had the trouble of coming for it."
You oughtn't to talk about stealing or holes in an umbrella. I saw his nice eyes getting so miserable.
"Pardon me -- may I offer you the shelter of my umbrella?"
Then he returned to the chalet, left the umbrella within, came out again, locked the door, put the key in his pocket, and walked off through the rain across the hill without taking the least notice of the astonished parsons.
"Thank you, I shall not trouble you," she said frostily, and tripped away over the oozing field with Smilash, who held the umbrella over her with ostentatious solicitude.
And then, too, somehow I always find myself carrying more things in wet weather than in dry; and when you have a bag, and three parcels, and a newspaper, and it suddenly comes on to rain, you can't open your umbrella.
All this time Tweedledee was trying his best to fold up the umbrella, with himself in it: which was such an extraordinary thing to do, that it quite took off Alice's attention from the angry brother.
'I suppose so,' the other sulkily replied, as he crawled out of the umbrella: 'only SHE must help us to dress up, you know.'
The scenery of the Bible is about you--the customs of the patriarchs are around you--the same people, in the same flowing robes, and in sandals, cross your path--the same long trains of stately camels go and come--the same impressive religious solemnity and silence rest upon the desert and the mountains that were upon them in the remote ages of antiquity, and behold, intruding upon a scene like this, comes this fantastic mob of green-spectacled Yanks, with their flapping elbows and bobbing umbrellas! It is Daniel in the lion's den with a green cotton umbrella under his arm, all over again.
The boys had white umbrellas heavily lined with dark green.
The umbrella could not locate me--there were four standing around the room, and all alike.