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Parenchymatous: composed of soft cellular and connective tissue.

The connective tissues were used as ropes to support the pole.

From the bone and also from the connective tissue, gelatin is dissolved in cooking.

There is no connective tissue to be seen and no existing, or recent, fracture.

Induration and overgrowth of the connective tissue of an organ.

The fibers are held in place and fastened together by connective tissue.

Just what causes this overgrowth of connective tissue is not clear.

Connective, Connectivum, the part of the anther connecting its two cells, 101.

A connective is lacking to make the syntax sound: the subject of tells must be he.

Sloughs of granulation tissue or of connective tissue may form.

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