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In early February of 2021, after returning from a difficult race season, I learned that the same sample from September was re-analyzed due to a bio-passport irregularity and found to be positive for an exogenous anabolic steroid.KATIE COMPTON ON USADA BAN: ”I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN A CLEAN ATHLETE”JVERSTEEGHAUGUST 12, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
By sleeping in nature the way I do, I not only physically remove myself from exogenous threatening sounds and the demands of my smartphone, but also expose myself to natural light, which results in a better quality of sleep.A SLEEP STORYTELLER REVEALS HER SECRETS FOR DRIFTING OFF NATURALLYPHOEBE SMITHAUGUST 6, 2020TIME
Exogenous Structures, in botany, are those which arise from superficial tissues of the parent organ, as stem-branches and leaves.THE NEW GRESHAM ENCYCLOPEDIAVARIOUS
In others, the ordinary exogenous trees predominate, almost to the exclusion of others.THE STORY OF THE EARTH AND MANJ. W. DAWSON
Let us note in this way, in the first place, the introduction of the familiar generic forms of exogenous trees.THE STORY OF THE EARTH AND MANJ. W. DAWSON
The mechanical properties of the stems of trees, both exogenous and endogenous, render them extremely serviceable to mankind.THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND MAGAZINE - VOLUME 10, NO. 263, JANUARY 9, 1841VARIOUS
Trees which thus form a new ring of wood every year are called exogenous, or outside-growing.OUTLINES OF LESSONS IN BOTANY, PART I; FROM SEED TO LEAFJANE H. NEWELL
Those trees called exogenous grow by means of successive layers on the outside.MISSIONARY TRAVELS AND RESEARCHES IN SOUTH AFRICADAVID LIVINGSTONE
Such a stem is called exogenous (outside-growing), because a new layer forms on the outside of the wood each year.TREES OF THE NORTHERN UNITED STATESAUSTIN C. APGAR