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annoy

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growth

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an open sore on the back of a horse caused by ill-fitting or badly adjusted saddle

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a skin sore caused by chafing

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abnormal swelling of plant tissue caused by insects or microorganisms or injury

a digestive juice secreted by the liver and stored in the gallbladder

become or make sore by or as if by rubbing

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irritate or vex

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Cytokinins in the ball gall of Solidago altissima and in the gall forming larvae of Eurosta solidaginis.
Gall uses what she says are statements from Pakistani insiders to confirm that Pakistan continued to support al-Qaeda, even after joining the GWOT and helping US intelligence arrest leading al-Qaeda operatives inside Pakistan.
Fact: Stones reflect a poor and abnormal function of the gall bladder by which the normal ratio of the bile salts to the other substances present in the bile is becoming abnormal and thus the salts will be precipitated lead to sludge and stones formation.
Among these, the agent must live within the tissue that is galled, and the gall development must span the entire reproductive and/or growth phase of the plant.
Dylid rhoi mwy o bosteri ar lwybrau cyhoeddus yn rhybudd o'r damweiniau y gall cwn eu hachosi i anifeiliaid.
Many studies propose that the selection of plant parts by gall forming agents have an important role for the survival of their immature within a host plant population, or within a particular plant in that population (Craig et al.
Mr Gall, who denied any wrongdoing relating to Griffiths' partner, suffered bruising and swelling.
Gall made her first Olympic team by finishing in 1:59.
clavuligera plants with early symptoms of gall development were transplanted into pots in the quarantine facility and the larvae were allowed to mature and pupate in the soil.
Level 1-adherent omentum, level 2-oedematous gall bladder wall, level 3-necrotic gall bladder wall, level 4-adherent gut and level 5 - adherent Hartmann's pouch and oedematous Calot's triangle having no defined planes.
5 cm x 1 cm which is attached to the anterior wall of the gall bladder.
Results: During the study period a total of 400 specimens of gall bladder were received in the laboratory which were subjected to histopathology.