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    1. For the first time, researchers have found that laughter causes the endothelium, the inner lining of blood vessels, to dilate

    2. The flavanoids dilate and strengthen the capillaries, improving blood supply

    3. pupils of her eyes dilate, the black of them ballooning out toward

    4. The dim light caused his pupils to dilate and through the widened opening, she could see far back into them

    5. She watched his eyes dilate in excitement as they started to form a bond

    6. With which sinister observation she started toward the door, dragging the giant bulk with an ease that made the pirate's eyes dilate

    7. Focusing on his eyes, Elise felt a chill course her tired body as she noticed the man‘s pupils dilate and bubbles of saliva appear at the corners of his mouth; unwilling to swallow—or unable? Can Martin, not able to see the Miccosukee‘s face, sensed a change but was powerless to move

    8. Her pupils dilate even further and she cannot help a smug smile that forms on her lips as the sensation of the cocaine courses through her body

    9. dilate, Nitric Oxide is present for a brief moment

    10. herbs that help dilate the airways and herbs that are anti-inflammatory

    11. At times her eyes would dilate as though a rabbit had been caught in the headlights of a car and her limbs would seize up in violent struggles, as though a demon inhabited her body

    12. Nathan’s eyes appeared to dilate as he stared at the beautiful vampire

    13. The Lord’s prayer being intended not only for a form of prayer itself, but a rule of direction, a plan or model in little, by which we may frame our prayers; and the expressions being remarkably concise, and yet vastly comprehensive, it will be of good use sometimes to lay it before us, and observing the method and order of it, to dilate upon the several passages and petitions of it, that when we use it only as a form, we may use it the more intelligently; of which we shall only here give a specimen in the assistance we may have from some other scriptures

    14. The Lord�s prayer being intended not only for a form of prayer itself, but a rule of direction, a plan or model in little, by which we may frame our prayers; and the expressions being remarkably concise, and yet vastly comprehensive, it will be of good use sometimes to lay it before us, and observing the method and order of it, to dilate upon the several passages and petitions of it, that when we use it only as a form, we may use it the more intelligently; of which we shall only here give a specimen in the assistance we may have from some other scriptures

    15. The medication is used to dilate blood vessels for treating high blood

    16. blood flow the penis as the blood vessel dilate, thereby reducing the

    17. I watched her large pupils dilate for a second and her eyes glowed brighter as she turned around more fully to face me

    18. He stared back at me and I watched the pupils of his eyes dilate, as his head lowered toward me

    19. As the blood vessels dilate, the heart does not have to work hard in pumping blood in the vessels

    20. The reason because of which the blood vessels dilate when brought in contact with hot water is very simple

    21. Thus all these developments in the body dilate the vessels

    22. Temperate use of distil ed liquors and wines is usually healthful, for they tend to dilate or

    23. It helps to cut down on anxiety levels and will also help you to dilate quickly, but effectively and safely

    24. In all that he says and does he is simply repeating the lesson he has learned from his books; and therefore, it is absurd to speak of him in the gushing strain of the sentimental critics when they dilate upon his nobleness, disinterestedness, dauntless courage, and so forth

    25. And what will a man such as he is be likely to do under such circumstances, especially if he be a citizen of a great city, rich and noble, and a tall proper youth? Will he not be full of boundless aspirations, and fancy himself able to manage the affairs of Hellenes and of barbarians, and having got such notions into his head will he not dilate and elevate himself in the fulness of vain pomp and senseless pride?

    26. with anguish and vexation, began to dilate and open to the last gleam of

    27. "Dantes? Did I know poor dear Edmond? Why, Edmond Dantes and myself were intimate friends!" exclaimed Caderousse, whose countenance flushed darkly as he caught the penetrating gaze of the abbe fixed on him, while the clear, calm eye of the questioner seemed to dilate with feverish scrutiny

    28. Noirtier's eye began to dilate, and his eyelids trembled with the same movement that may be perceived on the lips of an individual about to speak, and he darted a lightning glance at Madame de Villefort and his son

    29. The distinguished scientist Herr Professor Luitpold Blumenduft tendered medical evidence to the effect that the instantaneous fracture of the cervical vertebrae and consequent scission of the spinal cord would, according to the best approved tradition of medical science, be calculated to inevitably produce in thehuman subject a violent ganglionic stimulus of the nerve centres of the genital apparatus, thereby causing the elastic pores of the corpora cavernosa to rapidly dilate in such a way as to instantaneously facilitate the flow of blood to that part of the human anatomy known as the penis or male organ resulting in the phenomenon which has been denominated by the faculty a morbid upwards and outwards philoprogenitive erection in articulo mortis per diminutionem capitis

    30. D'Avrigny continued to look at Noirtier; he saw the eyes of the old man dilate and become round, his cheeks turn pale and tremble; the perspiration stood in drops upon his forehead

    31. It was nothing more than a harmless ego boost at first - watching her pupils dilate when I spoke, her cheeks flush when she handed me coffee

    32. "Dear me!" cried Eugenie, "how could my uncle possibly have had four millions? Is there any one else in France who ever had so many millions?" Pere Grandet stroked his chin, smiled, and his wen seemed to dilate

    33. It should not be necessary to dilate further upon the prime necessity of examining the balance sheet for any possible adverse features in the nature of bank loans or other short-term debt

    34. He watched her eyes dilate in shock, and her expression go flat and lifeless

    35. His nostrils seemed to dilate with a purely animal lust for the chase, and his mind was so absolutely concentrated upon the matter before him that a question or remark fell unheeded upon his ears, or, at the most, only provoked a quick, impatient snarl in reply

    36. I cannot too often call the attention of the House to this fact, on which I am compelled to dwell and dilate to get rid of this merciless motion, which kills while it professes to cure

    37. ” Banker Hilary’s grandfather, a leader among gentlemen horsemen of that good day, had been of those who instituted it—a fact upon which no turf scribe had failed to dilate when telling the glories of the course

    38. Speaker, to dilate on the general nature and effects of this commercial restrictive system

    1. She kept her focus dilated, in

    2. The only clue in its fleeting telemetry indicated a drastically dilated timescale by the order of at least a billion to one

    3. Sebastian’s eyes dilated as he looked everywhere for signs that they were being observed

    4. Negative energy surrounding him, a vacuum of dilated space-time stretching to a zero-point singularity, spun to form a ring

    5. This meant only one thing: its local time was becoming dilated way beyond normal relativistic effects, just as if it were in an intense gravitational field

    6. Her eyes were completely dilated, even in the bright light of the flashlight

    7. Nicole looked at him with her large eyes, her pupils dilated

    8. The injury that gave her the scar also damaged her eye—her pupil is so dilated it overwhelms her iris, and her left eye doesn’t move with the right one as she scans the Amity in front of her

    9. His eyes were bloodshot from a wretched combination of grief and exhaustion and dilated from the intense bounty of light the fire had released

    10. His pupils were dilated; the caramel brown seeping into the white the way a blotch of ink does when soaked into a paper towel

    11. �It looks like you�ve dilated about five cinnymeters, Rosie, so yer about halfway thar

    12. It danced in her eyes along with the glittering lights, and the mysterious forms could new be seen deep within the dilated openings

    13. The pupils dilated in the darkness and her eyes locked with his

    14. afternoon I was dilated at ten centimetres and seeing bright spots before my eyes, but still the

    15. Six nostrils dilated

    16. His eyes were completely dilated

    17. The irises of the stone-hued creatures dilated and changed color as they mesmerized their victims

    18. The eyes of the stone-colored creatures reflected the light of The Watcher’s torch in various hues as the sinews of their large irises dilated with anger

    19. The vampire’s ancient eyes bore red irises that dilated to tiny, black dots once exposed to the light

    20. The irises of the Undead Lord dilated with preternatural strength

    21. Olivia's lovely eyes dilated in wonder

    22. She lay and writhed in pure horror that froze the blood in her lithe limbs and dilated her beautiful eyes, that pricked the roots of her dark hair and made goose-flesh rise along her supple spine

    23. ” It was now Brent’s pupils that dilated

    24. He heard Natala's quick panting gasps as she stared with dilated eyes

    25. Conan caught his breath at her beauty, and Natala stared with dilated eyes

    26. But his veins stood out like blue cords on his temples, and his eyes dilated with the nearness of death

    27. The men watched its coming with dilated eyes; the bars quivered with the grip of their desperate fingers

    28. Khemsa touched the girl's arm, as she stood with parted lips and dilated eyes

    29. Tremblingly she lifted her hand and stared at it with dilated eyes

    30. Under the girl's dilated gaze it spread, took shape; stems and broad leaves appeared, and great black poisonous blossoms that towered above her as she cringed against the velvet

    31. For a Zamboulan dancer to blush would be an impossibility, but a smolder of anger mingled with the fear in Zabibi's dilated eyes

    32. His eyes dilated and his hands caught convulsively at the length of bright steel which jutted suddenly from his breast

    33. He stared at Conan with dilated eyes

    34. Beneath the gong the polished marble flags showed no footprint, but there was a scent in the air—a faintly fetid odor he could not classify; his nostrils dilated like those of a wild beast as he sought in vain to identify it

    35. Either was within arm's length; for the fraction of a split second the chest teetered ont he edge of the bridge, and Muriela clung by one arm, her face turned desperately toward Conan, her eyes dilated with the fear of death and her lips parted in a haunting cry of despair

    36. In those abhorrent features the outlaw's dilated eyes seemed to see, like a shadow in the madness that enveloped him, a faint and terrible resemblance to the slave Thoth-amon

    37. Perspiration stood upon his broad white forehead and his eyes were dilated

    38. Swearing luridly, Conan ran back down the passage and into the alcove, glaring out into the lighted corridor, just as Zenobia came running up it, her dark eyes dilated with terror

    39. When they are dilated, while she is looking at you with deep interest, then it is a sign that she is really into you

    40. He just kept staring at me, unblinking, his black pupils dilated, and I could hear my heart throbbing in my ears

    41. ―You die first, pretty girl friend; then the dog killing turd eater die… Slowly! Watch your pretty cunt die, dog killer… Her brains might even smell good as her pussy…‖ The worked up Indian was shouting as his muscles tensed, ready for the killing blow; nostrils flared, pupils dilated and fixed on Elise‘s ashen face

    42. If Elise could have seen the Indian‘s face she would have noticed dilated pupils and not have blamed them on darkness

    43. JY and Joe Billie were face to face and in a desperate attempt to fix the reality of this beast growing from his arm, the madman looked deep into the squinted eye of the Junk Yard dog—through the dilated pupil to his empty soul—and began screaming as if a wild man; he had looked through the fire of hell and saw ice— the frigid reflection of his mortality

    44. She shook her head as she noticed their dilated pupils and wild eyes

    45. The harpy’s pupils dilated, her mouth gaped and she coughed up blood

    46. But its pupils dilated and its eyes rolled into its head

    47. ‘What’s the meaning of this intrusion,’ he growled, his eyes dilated with fury

    48. others with horrid, dilated eyes, then fell, dead, to the floor

    49. ” Stan's eyes had that dilated, mesmeric look that they had when he was sat round the fire

    50. the dilated portion then falling to become the

    1. one moved nearer to the speed of light, time dilates and space contracts to

    2. Yohimbe dilates blood vessels and may help, regardless of the cause of ED

    3. Simba dilates his eyes and stares at the waters

    4. As the cervix dilates and thins, you will pass the mucus plug

    5. However, hot water has a very positive effect on your body as it dilates the blood vessels

    6. This relaxes and dilates the coronary arteries promptly, thereby stopping

    7. Then they both came down and sat in their places before the window waiting for Grandet, with that cruel anxiety which, according to the individual character, freezes the heart or warms it, shrivels or dilates it, when a scene is feared, a punishment expected,—a feeling so natural that even domestic animals possess it, and whine at the slightest pain of punishment, though they make no outcry when they inadvertently hurt themselves

    8. The pupil dilates in the dark, and the soul dilates in misfortune and ends by finding God there

    9. Had he entered upon this love affair, which had ended in his marriage to Cosette, without taking sufficient precautions to throw light upon the surroundings? He admitted,—it is thus, by a series of successive admissions of ourselves in regard to ourselves, that life amends us, little by little,—he admitted the chimerical and visionary side of his nature, a sort of internal cloud peculiar to many organizations, and which, in paroxysms of passion and sorrow, dilates as the temperature of the soul changes, and invades the entire man, to such a degree as to render him nothing more than a conscience bathed in a mist

    1. muscles start dilating and opening and the mouth of the uterus opens

    2. As I looked at her, the wind torturing her hair, my eyes fell on her frown and her pupils that were rapidly dilating into their natural form, she was as entrapped as a fox in a humble layman farmer’s trap in the midst of the forest, and she looked every bit the part

    3. puffing and dilating, but as I watched the minute hand tick closer and closer to the big 12 I

    4. Blood vessels respond by dilating in an effort to cool the skin, causing flushing and ruddiness

    5. His intensity deepened as he beat his hands on the steering wheel, muttering, ―dam-dam-dam …‖ causing JY to snap his head toward the sound, the pupils in his golden bird-of-prey eyes dilating, then returning to normal as no threat is perceived

    6. I stared at my reflection, my pupils dilating in rhythm with my pulse dancing under my skin

    7. shot and her pupils were dilating

    8. Her eyes snapped to his, pupils sparking, dilating upon seeing his openness

    9. face and kept his gaze on his smelly socks that were dilating

    10. Treatment consist of two eye drops one decreasing inflammation and the second for dilating the pupil to prevent the iris from sticking to the lenses

    11. ” He paused, his eyes dilating with some horror at himself

    12. dilating and filling with fear, sorrow and grief

    13. to her and stopped by her bedside, his eyes dilating in fear as he stood observing her ill features

    14. beneficial in dilating the coronary arteries and that all patients with heart disease should drink

    15. She was nearly sixteen, very beautiful, with her warm colouring, her gravity, her eyes dilating suddenly like an ecstasy

    16. She supported him calmly, in appearance; and he fixed on her features his raised eyes, that seemed dilating with ecstasy

    17. There go the pupils again, dilating, narrowing

    18. Andrea had spoken very little during dinner; he was an intelligent lad, and he feared to utter some absurdity before so many grand people, amongst whom, with dilating eyes, he saw the king's attorney

    19. Standing on the prow was a tall man, of a dark complexion, who saw with dilating eyes that they were approaching a dark mass of land in the shape of a cone, which rose from the midst of the waves like the hat of a Catalan

    20. We gave, in short, a loose to mirth; and now, nothing would serve him but giving his hand the regale of going over every part of me, neck, breast, belly, thighs, and all the et caetera, so dear to the imagination, under the pretext of washing and rubbing them; as we both stood in the water, no higher now than the pit of our stomachs, and which did not hinder him from feeling, and toying with that leak that distinguishes our sex, and it so wonderfully water-tight: for his fingers, in vain dilating and opening it, only let more flame than water into it, be it said without a figure

    21. Maybe it was the way that hotel room kept coming back and back that made time seem less like a line than like a circle, dilating and contracting

    22. The evening went by cheerfully till after tea, Dorothea talking more than usual and dilating with Mr

    23. (And why not white cats or tortoise shell?) I avoid cats myself because cats lick themselves and shed their fur; when I breathe cat hairs, the traces of saliva on the cat fur trigger an allergic reaction that results in the blood vessels in my nose dilating

    24. She supported him calmly, in appearance; and he fixed on her features his raised eyes that seemed dilating with ecstasy

    25. Pain, shame, ire, impatience, disgust, detestation, seemed momentarily to hold a quivering conflict in the large pupil dilating under his ebon eyebrow

    26. When, as was commonly the case, I had none to commune with, I used to raise the echoes by striking with a paddle on the side of my boat, filling the surrounding woods with circling and dilating sound, stirring them up as the keeper of a menagerie his wild beasts, until I elicited a growl from every wooded vale and hillside

    27. The Circassians took the liberty of jumping upon his back: their eyes shone wildly, they chatted rapidly in their incomprehensible dialect, showed their white teeth, dilating the nostrils of their hooked copper-coloured noses

    28. It may seem a strange and ridiculous thing to say, but I am convinced that among us we have had in the past, and still have, a large section of society—notably women—whose love for their friends, husbands, or children would expire to-morrow if they were debarred from dilating upon it in the tongue of France!

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    dilate distend elaborate enlarge expand expatiate exposit expound flesh out lucubrate diffuse continue extend reach fill out