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I had been in this hell-on-earth for fifteen days without any secretion from the bowels.

The Memoires of Casanova, CompleteJacques Casanova de Seingalt

By so doing we slightly increase the secretion of saliva, and of the gastric, pancreatic, and intestinal juices.

As might be expected from the nature of the disease, the secretion of mucus from the intestinal surface is augmented.

Specific lactagogues—drugs which stimulate the secretion of milk—are unknown to science.

Where the prepuce passes back naturally in babyhood, the mother should occasionally take a damp cloth and remove the secretion.

The uninjured and the slightly wounded, of both bands, were already pursuing their different objects of plunder or of secretion.

The Red RoverJames Fenimore Cooper

Because it is by the leaves that the secretion is formed which supplies the woody fibre.

These are medicines which tend to promote the secretion and exhalation from the surface of the skin.

The Action of Medicines in the SystemFrederick William Headland

This causes a rush of blood to the salivary glands, stimulating them to unusual activity in the secretion of saliva.

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