1. rod-shaped Gram-negative bacteria; most occur normally or pathogenically in intestines of humans and other animals
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How To Use entric In A Sentence

  • It's not entirely accurate - the book is a bit darker than that, but there is a fair bit of lovable eccentricity to the characters.
  • The decrease in myocardial oxygen consumption was evidenced by a gradual decline in atrioventricular oxygen difference, indicating a decrease in myocardial oxygen uptake relative to supply.
  • An autopsy today found the cause of Hammerdorfer's death was cardiomegaly and biventricular hypertrophy, which refers to an enlarged heart and enlarged ventricles. ABC News: Top Stories
  • Dicentrics, rings, acentric fragments and asymmetrical translocations were recorded separately.
  • The voice is Kelly's throughout, down to the lack of punctuation, eccentric spellings and curious syntax.
  • It is one of those biases, all the rage in academic circles right now, that explain many of the eccentricities of human behaviour. Times, Sunday Times
  • These aetherial lines of force stretch out into space on every side of the sun, and in fact form concentric magnetic shells around the sun; which magnetic shells coincide with the equipotential surfaces of the Aether and Gravitation
  • Although the zebra long since retired to that savannah in the sky, and his owner herself is more than 30 years gone, the eccentric Winmill might be gratified to know that her phaetons and surreys, curricles and landaulets still command attention.
  • Further subdivision of the second category is based on the width of the primary branches, which decreases distally only slightly in C. arboreus, but markedly in C. concentricus.
  • He is a slightly possessed, haunted, eccentric man; his enemies prefer to say ' insane '.
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