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Digging into the neural pathways behind these differences, the team found that the electro-needle jab on the belly was able to fine-tune the activity of neurons in pain and inflammation-relays between the spleen and the spine.
Every week, Thompson drives to Monte Vista Village, relaying cherry-filled packages to a caregiver, while her mom stands outside her door and waves.
The signal gets relayed across multiple nearby balloons that transmit it back down to peoples’ phones and other devices.
All I can relay is that we will be listening in and reviewing what is said today.
The system will relay a much wider range of data than previous tracking technologies, logging not just an animal’s location but also its physiology and environment.
In fact, the systems that normally relay sensations of touch and feedback from its muscles have also been shut down.
The cells then relay that information to the brain — and we see the world in color.
So he kept on, posting the last of the mermen in his mental relay well away from the city, but swimming upstream himself.
STAR BORNANDRE NORTON
At each relay the reporters descended from their carriage and found themselves with Michael.
MICHAEL STROGOFFJULES VERNE
The drop or relay controls a local circuit composed of an open-circuit battery and an ordinary vibrating bell.

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