excised

[ noun ek-sahyz, -sahys; verb ek-sahyz, ik-sahyz ]

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That is the case presented by the Dame's papers, when the incredible is excised.

If the condition has arisen, the pseudo-sac should be excised.

If discovered at once the bitten part had better be excised.

I have excised all you proposed and more on my own movement.

The wound was excised, but the surgeon said: "I'm afraid he's done for, poor fellow."

His wound was excised, "spirit bipped," dressed and bandaged.

In almost every other country in Europe they are excised, more or less.

In the employment of “paring and pricking,” a thin shaving of bark was excised on one occasion.

At the next tapping no bark was excised, but a pricking instrument was used along the previously cut surface.

The ball, together with a piece of cloth, was excised in front, two inches above and internal to the fold of the axilla.

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