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Within this capsule the scientists could make out the stirrup-shaped basal plate, which acts as a scaffold for softer tissues such as the inflated phallus, Swanson said.
We basically create a scaffold that provides the right guidance…for cells to take up fats in different places or become more striated.
Other innovative approaches have used apples as scaffolds for ears, or added antibiotics and other medication directly inside 3D-printed bones to help battle inflammation.
In ordinary practice a scaffold is carried up with the walls and made to rest on them.
At a later period this scheme, then no more than the dream of a past age, brought a patriotic citizen of Lucca to the scaffold.
Lady Jane Grey, when on the scaffold, yielded nothing in manliness to the others.
LIFE OF CICEROANTHONY TROLLOPE
Their blood reddens the scaffold, and their ashes are thrown to the wind.
Leisler ascended the scaffold with firm step, and looked at the people he had tried to serve.
THE STORY OF MANHATTANCHARLES HEMSTREET
The distinguished patriot Chalier, at the head of a list of eighty-three, was led to the scaffold at Lyons.
Who was the villain, who was the criminal, who deserved the scaffold—who but free speech?

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