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a component of government that performs a given function

that by which something is accomplished or some end achieved

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a government agency or instrument devoted to the performance of some specific function

(music) an electronic simulation of a pipe organ

a periodical that is published by a special interest group

wind instrument whose sound is produced by means of pipes arranged in sets supplied with air from a bellows and controlled from a large complex musical keyboard

a free-reed instrument in which air is forced through the reeds by bellows

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It focuses on the female reproductive organs and Alice puts her own to the test by filming herself in an MRI scanner.
Last week, Oprah interviewed Thomas Beatie, a 34-year-old transgendered male who kept his female reproductive organs and is now with child.
Striking up- regulation of the PARP gene was a characteristic of cancer of female reproductive organs -- breast, ovary and uterus.
Tests of male bass with female reproductive organs in two West Virginia rivers showed that fish there were contaminated with chicken manure, human hormones, and caffeine.
is not a comprehensive sexual education book, and does not go into detail concerning biological functions of female reproductive organs, let alone sexuality or pregnancy.
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife researchers are asking successful bear hunters throughout Oregon this fall to submit the bear's premolar tooth and female reproductive organs to help with a study designed to more accurately estimate Oregon's bear population.
Within the reproductive health category, prostate diseases (noncancer including hyperplasia, inflammation) increased by 48% and disorders of female reproductive organs (e.
She has no male chromosomes and has hormone levels typical of a teenage girl as well as female reproductive organs.
The ovaries are the part of the female reproductive organs that produce egg cells every month during a young woman's reproductive cycle.
In 1938, Kinsey was recruited to teach Indiana University's first "Marriage Course" Before a giddy, curious, and crowded lecture hall--no surprise that the course was hugely popular--Kinsey pointed to slides of male and female reproductive organs, detailed the six stages of sexual arousal, explained methods of contraception, and lectured on "individual variation," a biology-derived theme that Kinsey applied to the study of sex.
Galen's use of the mole as analogy for the female reproductive organs influenced a scientific way of thinking about the relationship between male and female bodies that had extraordinary subsequent currency and longevity, setting up as it did a value-laden distinction in a scopic economy.
HYSTERECTOMY/OOPHORECTOMY: The removal of female reproductive organs and gonads.
In writings about the history of gender in the early modern period, few notions have had an impact so immediate and general as that of the so-called one-sex model," the idea of an equivalence or rather homology between male and female reproductive organs.
Taking account of other factors such as smoking, male sperm counts, female weight and diseases in female reproductive organs, the study found that women who drank five units a week were twice as likely to conceive within six months as women drinking ten units or more.
Thomas Beatie is a bloke who used to be a woman, took hormones and grew a beard but who still has female reproductive organs.