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William Miller, a professor in the Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy at the University of British Columbia, brought this forward in a call for participants for an as of yet unpublished research project in the same vein.

In the same vein, property taxes account for less than 2% of state revenues nationwide, but comprise roughly a quarter of the revenue Vermont raises each year.

Pulmonary embolisms, which happen when a clot breaks free from a vein and gets stuck in the lungs, are common in these patients.

Those veins also release more heat than surrounding dead scales.

No blood can pass through a vein that is closed by resistance, nor can it ever do it until resistance is suspended.

They knew what he meant, and that when Colonel Haywood spoke in that vein he was not to be taken lightly.

When a man feeleth himself infect, as soon as he may, let him be let blood plenteously till he swoon: then stop the vein.

The vein in the fore-quarter ought to be bluish and firm; if yellow or green, it is very stale.

On examination after death, the termination of the vein on the surface of the stump was open, and in a sloughy condition.

Nor is there any passage from it to the brain, but to the palate; and a vein stretches from the brain to it.

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