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1. Only clots of blood…….
2. Next came a few clots of men.
3. Hesper had told her that it caused milk to curdle into clots.
4. However, shortly after the second procedure, blot clots began to develop.
5. Blood clots had formed in this dissolving mass, taking on the color of wine dregs.
6. If blood clots are allowed to accumulate for a prolong period of time in the veins of.
7. Blood clots in the veins cause the heart to work much harder to carry the nutrients and.

8. As she did so, she noticed large clots of it coming loose and washing away in the current.
9. Vagina hysterectomy increases the risk of developing blood clots in the deep veins of the.
10. This reflects well on blood circulation in the body and lessens the chance of forming clots.
11. Wet clots of clothes and paper clung to the countertops like confetti to windshields after rain.
12. The trunk and the branches of the tree were red with steaming blood and dripping with clots of flesh and brains.
13. Some were hanging on the brambles and a few flat, wet clots were lying well out in open ground beyond the clump.
14. The least common side effects are changes in liver function, blood clots, pulmonary embolism, heart attack or stroke.
15. He scraped clots from his shoes on the edge of a trunk and scanned with the flashlight the lanes between logs, searching for the best.
16. To all aware of the horrifying incident, it appeared that Butch’s repeated stomping on the center of Paul’s sternum created multiple blood clots.
17. The latter takes on added importance when you consider that thrombosis (the formation of abnormal blood clots) is the leading cause of heart attacks and stroke.
18. One of my patients was given warfarin (a very potent anticoagulant by her heart specialist) for thinning the blood to prevent clots going to her brain or her heart.
19. The bull lowered his aching head, tilted his good horn forward and began to paw at the ground, throwing clots of mucky soil to plaster the sides of the leafy passageway.
20. They’ll form little agonistic clots in the waiting areas, arguing about who’s responsible for what, but it’s the nurses, really, who are the pacemakers of this short-circuited heart.
21. How are they going to be able to enjoy their life of material nothingness when they have an agonizing ache in the mouth or blood clots in their legs? Also, he only caught enough to feed his family.
22. I remembered how on the ranch in my youth the turkeys gathered and roosted in clots in the cypress trees, out of reach of wildcats and coyotes, the only indication I know of that turkeys have any intelligence at all.
23. Tenderly after dipping some kind of ointment out of a can he began to massage it into her bruised skin as he pushed the fluid away from the swollen area in order to promote healing and prevent the formation of blood clots.
1. The danger was the blood clotting and choking her through the airway.
2. Since blood clotting requires the proteins made in the liver, calcium, vitamin K and.
3. This was transported through specially coated lines to prevent clotting and maintained at 37 degrees.
4. She had his blood all over her clothes, his brains clotting between her fingers like plaque between teeth.
5. You always carried the bare necessities to treat a gunshot wound—bandages for different wounds, IV, clotting medicine.
6. You always carried the bare necessities to treat a gunshot wound—bandages for different wounds, IV, clotting medicine.
7. If it bursts, the waste products trigger the clotting of the blood, which blocks the artery, causing a heart attack or stroke.
8. Matthews discovered far more hidden bone fragments and areas of residual clotting were present than what the x-rays had indicated.
9. The Smug haemorrhaged blood-warm light over the tower-studded horizon, clotting delightfully between the buildings and giving the City an odd placental quality.
10. This mineral builds strong bones and teeth, aids heart action and the clotting of the blood, and helps to establish the correct balance of vitamin D in the body.
11. I had developed something called disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC), which meant my blood was not clotting, my blood pressure was very low and my blood acid had risen.
12. Scott stepped sideways to avoid a thick clotting of it, felt something hard under his boot, and looked down to see a lady's hand--a ring still on one of the fingers--clawing up at him for redemption.
13. Whether he thought the owners of the ship denied it to him, on account of its clotting his clear, sunny complexion; or whether he deemed that, on so long a voyage in such marketless waters, butter was at a premium, and therefore was not for him, a subaltern; however it was, Flask, alas! was a butterless man!.
14. As a result: the clotting of blood,.
1. His hair was clotted with blood and mud.
2. Pretty nasty, but it is clotted already.
3. The smoky air in our abode clotted her lungs.
4. Until various internal items swelled up and clotted.
5. She needed to keep the pressure on, he said, until it clotted.
6. It felt like his last few words dripped of thick, clotted blood.
7. The blood had clotted and now you could see the length of the cut.
8. It was clotted now and the skin around the area was red and swollen.
9. Zhilín's head was bruised, and the blood was clotted under his eyes.
10. When there's no outlet for it and it gets clotted, you begin fancying.
11. Soon to be fill'd with clotted rags and blood, emptied, and fill'd again.
12. She treated her guest to clotted cream which she sent Maryanka to fetch.
13. The cut he had made was clotted, but not healing as fast as Utah’s was.
14. When there's no outlet for it and it gets clotted, you begin fancying things.
15. So much blood had clotted on my eyelids and eyelashes that I couldn’t open them.
16. When there’s no outlet for it and it gets clotted, you begin fancying things….
17. I’ll have a fruit scone with clotted cream and strawberry jam, and a cup of tea.
18. Blood thickly clotted his black mane, and one ear had been half torn from his head.
19. She gasped passionately as the cooling gel deadened the pain and clotted the wound.
20. The wounded man was shown his amputated leg stained with clotted blood and with the.
21. His Head loll’d to one side, hideously; his Beard itself was cak’d with clotted Blood.
22. She even put her head under the hot water spigot, to wash the clotted blood from her hair.
23. He had a big clotted goober stuck in his fuzz that doostEr finally took out with his knife.
24. The smoke rose and clotted the heavens, and the winds hastened and snapped the Imperial banners.
25. The wounded man was shown his amputated leg stained with clotted blood and with the boot still on.
26. A thrombosed or clotted hemorrhoid can look scary since it turns blue or red, and can possibly bleed.
27. She looked down on the clotted blood that had stained her clothes and lay in a crust around the wound.
28. It really wasn’t bleeding that bad now and the wound had started to close in on itself as the blood clotted.
29. He discovered nothing but a few drops of clotted blood on the ends of his trousers which were very much frayed.
30. The lower teeth and gums were covered with clotted blood and a minute piece of the tongue seemed to have been bitten off.
31. It was a single room, surprisingly big, crammed with old mirrors and broken furniture, newspaper twists clotted with paint.
32. Reaching his face, JY licked his clotted nose and swollen face—slowly, deliberately, cleaning every inch of damaged tissue.
33. His helmet was gone, his head ached abominably, he felt a qualm of nausea, and blood was clotted thickly among his black locks.
34. There was blood on his hand, blood clotted about the mouth of his scabbard, for he had sheathed his blade without cleansing it.
35. Up ahead, the pedestrian traffic clotted near the Archenon's entrance, where over thirty guardsman stood watch over the incoming traffic.
36. With beaded mitre and with crozier, stalled upon his throne, widower of a widowed see, with upstiffed omophorion, with clotted hinderparts.
37. As he pulled the thong, a number of objects were dragged from below some scraps of flesh and clotted blood, including some promising looking keys.
38. She'd bring along clotted cream and grapes and everything,' added Eroshka (who always explained things practically), 'and she wasn't the only one.
39. A divided drove of branded cattle passed the windows, lowing, slouching by on padded hoofs, whisking their tails slowly on their clotted bony croups.
40. I still had questions, but Kath had stopped walking, and as clotted crowds of people flowed around us, I sensed that my time with my sister was about to end.
41. The old mother, with her sleeves rolled up over her strong sunburnt arms, was arranging grapes, dried fish, and clotted cream on a little low, circular Tartar table.
42. He tossed me the keys and a minute later I headed the squad car south into clotted morning traffic, toward Parnassus Heights, an affluent neighborhood near the Haight.
43. His women neighbours, who were as a rule not too gracious towards him, greeted him and brought him, one a jug of chikhir, another some clotted cream, and a third a little flour.
44. He had a wound in his side, and on his ragged cloth jacket, as well as on his blue shirt, were stains of clotted blood, which had turned black save for a few red spots here and there.
45. At last Gandalf pushed away his plate and jug — he had eaten two whole loaves (with masses of butter and honey and clotted cream) and drunk at least a quart of mead and he took out his pipe.
46. Jarvis, could one read them year in, year out--the unpublished works of women, written by the fireside in pale profusion, dried by the flame, for the blotting-paper's worn to holes and the nib cleft and clotted.
47. I undo the clotted lint, remove the slough, wash off the matter and blood, Back on his pillow the soldier bends with curv'd neck and side falling head, His eyes are closed, his face is pale, he dares not look on the.
48. Faultfinding being a proverbially bad hat Mr Bloom thought well to stir or try to the clotted sugar from the bottom and reflected with something approaching acrimony on the Coffee Palace and its temperance (and lucrative) work.
49. He set the chest, still smeared with Gorulga's blood and clotted with his brains, on the ledge, and was about to remove his girdle in order to tie the box to his back, when he was galvanized by a sound behind him, a sound sinister and unmistakable.
50. Alexis turned and pointed to the blackening sky in the west, breathless he screamed, 'Did you hear that boss? Did you hear the snorting of her holy horses? She washes the flecks of sweat from their mouths as they champ the bit and cleans the clotted foam.
51. The outer layers of the rags wrapped around her fluttered on that same wind, and though he couldn’t see it from his place on the guard walk that circled the tower’s enclosed top, he knew the cloth wrapped around her face was clotted with ice where her breath had frozen.
52. The evidence of Naud visitation was everywhere in the two systems: moons and planets carelessly mined, automated refineries left here and there to rust and decay on the otherwise nicest real estate, having already clotted the atmospheres and generally made a mess of those worlds and their systems.
53. The sun was sinking toward the distant crags when Conan, his garments hacked to tatters and the mail under them reeking and clotted with blood, his knife dripping and crusted to the hilt, strode over the corpses to where Yasmina Devi sat her horse among her nobles on the crest of the ridge, near a lofty precipice.
54. But at breakfast (she shared rooms with a teacher), when the butter was smeared about the plate, and the prongs of the forks were clotted with old egg yolk, she revised these visions violently; was, in truth, very cross; was losing her complexion, as Margery Jackson told her, bringing the whole thing down (as she laced her stout boots) to a level of mother-wit, vulgarity, and sentiment, for she had loved too; and been a fool.
55. I e’en saw the Pickpockets an’ Cut-Purses passin’ in the Crowd as I meself had done so many Times, an’ I thought to meself how much better a Filin’ Lay I’d been in me Time, an’ how clumsy these Rogues were, how thick an’ fumblin’ their Fingers! Almost as if I was a Bird, I saw the Soldiers standin’ at attention, their Spears pointin’ upward towards Heaven, their three-corner’d Hats near-perfect Triangles from above—but the strangest Thing of all came when I lookt at the Gallows: there hung poor Martin, his Face already black and blue with clotted Blood—and there hung I, surely as dead as he!.

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1. A clot of blood had.
2. Then he became a clot.
3. Unsightly like a clot of phlegm.
4. He created man from a clot of blood.
5. Then We developed the seed into a clot.
6. Then We developed the clot into a lump.
7. Interpretation of Fortress 96 (The Clot).
8. Fortress (96) Al-'Alaq (The Clot), verse (1-5).
9. He (ALLAH) created the human being from a clot.
10. The third meaning of the word alaqah is a blood clot.
11. I was administered a clot buster medication on the way.
12. He injured his neck and a clot formed on his brain stem.
13. More would have presented a risk of blood clot formation.
14. His hair was a clot of wool; a beard half-clouded his face.
15. This hyper-viscosity can lead to thrombus formation (blood clot).
16. He knew with all the alcohol in his blood it wouldn’t clot easily.
17. There was a small clot of oily green seaweed on his palm, his clench marks in it.
18. But a precautionary CAT scan located the clot, and Reagan was rushed into surgery.
19. He stared at the wound on the outer edge of his left shoulder, blood starting to clot.
20. This was far more serious than a simple blood clot, and I had waited for it all my life.
21. In front of the long building stood a faucet where a clot of men and women had gathered.
22. Jade was feeling the clot of blood in her hair and looking between the brutes around us.
23. Who turned the semen into a clot of a blood, then turned the clot into a lump of flesh?
24. Whoever could pull off such a ballsy move as to kill a witness in police custody had clot.
25. Nerves were severed by the passage of the bullet, and a blood clot was forming on his brain.
26. Who turned the semen into a clot of a blood, and then turned the clot into a lump of flesh?
27. In my bag I have a substance that helps the blood to clot; I can stop the bleeding with it.
28. There can be complications if a vein ruptures inside an external hemorrhoid, forming a blood clot.
29. Hence the embryo acquires the appearance of a blood clot in addition to acquiring the appearance of a leech.
30. This usually happens in the brain when a ruptured blood vessel or a clot stops oxygen-rich blood from flowing.
31. The word alaq besides meaning a congealed clot of blood also means something that clings, a leech-like substance.
32. We have discovered a blood clot on her brain which is being dissolved and an aneurism that we are going to remove.
33. Not to mention, Paul could easily develop a blood clot since he’s physically too weak to be given an anticoagulant.
34. For two months fluid has been leaking into his skull, causing a clot that is slowly putting pressure on Reagan’s brain.
35. He stooped down and picked up a cold clot of earth, but there was nothingunderneath it worth crossing thousands of light years to look at.
36. One such verse is: Proclaim! (or Read!) In the name Of thy Lord and Cherisher, Who created – Created man, out of A (mere) clot Of congealed blood.
37. Memorize the Fortress ((The Clot)) very well with your teacher in class then; cooperate with your friends and family at home in studying its great meaning.
38. This human who is the dearest and the noblest creature among creation, and who has the most perfect shape among them, has been created from nothing but a clot.
39. So, this man who is the dearest and the noblest creature among the creatures and who has the most perfect shape among them, has been created from merely a clot.
40. He was in that condition, the last phase of dejection, in which sorrow no longer flows; it is coagulated, so to speak; there is something on the soul like a clot of despair.
41. Think of those stages you have passed through: from semen to a clot, from a clot to a lump of flesh, from a lump of flesh to bones have been arranged in good order and consistency.
42. After thrombosis, avoid prolonged sitting or standing, alcoholic binge, smoking, and hot bathes, or saunas, as they can trigger events that may cause a recurrence of another clot and protrusion.
43. Adopting a slow walk, Ingrid concentrated on the driver, mentally inducing a blood clot in his head and killing him without the passenger noticing anything, being busy watching Ingrid approach.
44. Now knowing what she needed to know, Ingrid looked the man into his eyes, imagining the blood circulation in his brain and creating a blood clot that silently killed the Filipino in a few seconds.
45. Scans confirm a spontaneous blood clot has established itself as an emboli in the brain’s main artery which endorses the threat of a pulmonary embolism which in itself is a life threatening situation.
46. Titania and Hipolyta were hidden by the clot of bodies blocking their escape route, but a moment of jostling gave Jameson an instant's glimpse of two small figures nearly with their backs to wall at the far end.
47. When are they gonna do something? Caroline Frincham called to say that she was having a terrible pain in her legs, she probably had a blood clot, and her no good son still hadn’t come over to help her with her garden.
48. The Almighty Al’lah has revealed in ‘Al-Alaq’ Fortress that He is the Creator Who created everything and that He created humanity from a clot, and He has clarified to us that closeness to Him entails right morality, manners and happiness in life.
49. Even as I watched, the last of the noxious clot was sucked into the vents, and I stood abandoned in a room where but a few minutes before an unspeakable strata of discards and half-born fetuses had lain sucking at sins, spoiled bones, and souls to send forth beasts in semblance of beauty.
50. Their business was to go at night and gather up on the scaffold the heads and bodies of the persons who had been guillotined during the day; they bore away on their backs these dripping corpses, and their red galley-slave blouses had a clot of blood at the back of the neck, which was dry in the morning and wet at night.
51. After the Almighty Al’lah has revealed in ‘Al-Alaq’ fortress that He is the Creator who created everything and that He created man from clot, and after He clarified to us that the nearness to Him entails right moralty and manners and happiness in life, out of His Tenderness and Mercy, He wanted to draw man’s attention to the greatness of the creatures so that he may contemplate them and esteem their Creator and Existor, of which lead him to be near to God and enjoy happiness.
52. She had called him three times and every time he said he would be right over but he never came and she hoped he would at least have the decency to feel bad when he found her, dead on the sidewalk from a blood clot on the brain, and with a dandelion in her hand, pulled all the way to the root like she always did because those dandelions, once they got aholt of your yard, sure didn’t let go, and it was a good thing that she would pull that dandelion even if it did kill her, because her son, if he came at all, would just have sprayed some weed killer on the thing, and turned it all brown and ugly, but it would be back full growed in a couple weeks, see if it wasn’t, and what’s more spreading seeds like wildfire.
53. Nose of snot, oozing stink clot,.

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