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The symptoms produced by their presence vary in accordance with the situation of the concretion.
GILBERTUS ANGLICUSHENRY EBENEZER HANDERSON
Thirdly, the concretion in the body of various juices, turbid vapours, and dense humours is the last provocative of sickness.
In the first place, what common element is there in matter, form, and the concretion of matter and form?
The bezoar-stone is probably a concretion formed in the intestine from some of the undigested portions of the goat's food.
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The rock is not one mass of stone, but a concretion of pebbles and earth, so firm that it does not appear to have mouldered.
It is little more than a concretion of compact basaltic rock, with slight traces of art.
ZUI FETICHESFRANK HAMILTON CUSHING
It was called the bezoar stone, and was a concretion chiefly of resinous bile and magnesia, and the rest inert vegetable matter.
Another type of concretion, very abundant in many clays and shales, is the “septarian nodule.”
Instead of smooth facets and sharp angles, the concretion may be studded with irregularly-shaped masses.
This will attract the stony particles that are in the water, and the concretion will be formed upon it.

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