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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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As you are doing a scan, you see examples of real hearts, comparing the scan you just acquired to hearts with varying degrees of contraction, an indication of heart function.
Currently, scans frequently take more than half an hour, and children are often sedated or anesthetized to help doctors capture good images.
These products film students in their homes and often require them to complete “room scans,” which involve using their camera to show their surroundings.
Brain scans have detected the so-called “neural correlates” of breakfast, neuronal activity correlated with, say the consumption of a cantaloupe.
In April, astronauts on board the space station successfully used the software to perform kidney and bladder ultrasound scans without help from ground control.
Check out detailed scans of a woman who was mummified when Egypt was part of the Roman Empire.
Analyzing the velocities of particles whooshing this way and that in spots on the cross-sectional scans let the scientists figure out the elaborate structure.
Astronomers based at the California Institute of Technology saw the alert and performed a quick scan of their own data.
The new scans exposed features that weren’t visible from the outside — including the giant teeth.
Those scans revealed that the Mesozoic bird had little but size in common with today’s nectar-sipping hummingbirds.

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