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to flow or leak out or emit something slowly

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make apparent by one's mood or behavior

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Ophthalmoscopic examination revealed vitritis (+1), widespread perivenous sheathing in the peripheral retina, and exudation in both eyes, but more pronounced in the right eye (Figure 1).
swellings, disinte- Hyaline vacuolization gration, degeneration and cell exudation and was seen in necrosis.
Lumpen, comic, and scatological, bronze fetishes like Bourgeois's Janus Fleuri, 1968, and Benglis's Eat Meat, 1969, rhymed with exudations like Soft Landscape III, in plastic (Bourgeois, 1967), and Karen, in colored wax and plaster (Benglis, 1972).
An external reservoir of the virus in the high atmosphere, amplified by the exudations of billions of high-flying migratory birds, cannot be ignored, no matter how unlikely it might sound.
These exudations, called honey dew, are most commonly seen when aphid infestations drip the sticky stuff onto cars, patios, etc.
Putrefaction could then well be a preferred state because of the intensity of its exudations.
Guttation refers to the process of exudation of liquid droplets,
culminating into exudation from hydathodes in liquid form as guttation.
The author includes in this treatise on the diseases of plants a special chapter on exudation and rot, including the phenomena of tumescence, decomposition, humidity, acidification, dew, gomosis and the emergence of diverse workflows that facilitate a profuse or permanent exudation in the barks.
Prey recognition and subsequent avoidance, without conspicuous exudation of the scent glands (92.