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Synonyms for X-ray

electromagnetic radiation of short wavelength produced when high-speed electrons strike a solid target

examine by taking x-rays

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take an x-ray of something or somebody

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So, it wasn't just the tiny glass shards in my bare feet that made me wince when I went to turn the tree lights on in the morning.
P nightclub in SoHo on June 15 when a glass shard from a thrown bottle penetrated 99 percent of his left eye, according to the (http://news.
THAILAND: A German visitor has returned a glass shard he took from a Bangkok Buddhist temple because it brought him bad luck.
This while on the outskirts of town crypts were being prepared for many of the bus bombing victims, nurses tended to the wounded on life support and investigators dealt with their own glass shard puzzles.
Alexander Beech, 18, was only out of custody for a week when he plunged the glass shard into the neck of dog walker Sean Grimshaw on April 23.
Mr Gibson, who was left with a glass shard one and a quarter inches long in his eye, had planned to return home at midnight to resume his studies when Sheen changed his life forever, Teesside Crown Court was told.
Neil McNulty, 19, is accused of killing Emma O'Kane, 27, who bled to death after a glass shard pierced her neck.
Pathologist Dr Vesna Djurovic vigorously denied Damilola, 10, could have been injured by falling on the sharp glass shard.
The Pinnacle Point study brought me back to the study of glass shards from my master's thesis 40 years earlier," says Smith.
Nuclear analytical techniques may be effective tools for a variety of forensic purposes, such as the analysis of glass shards from a crime scene to support the prosecution of hit-and-run cases, the examination of food composition to detect adulteration and the investigation of art forgery.
Glass shards landed in boxes of toys and equipment, covering carpets and cushions.
Experts then linked DNA and glass shards from the caps to the crime scenes in what police called a "com plex investigation".
Its roof had been ripped off and glass shards covered the southbound carriageway, which was shut for eight-and-a-half hours after the 4.
What makes this project so special, though, is that Nour Buhaisi, Aya Abu Hashish, Rahma Ashour, and Angham Elmadhoun not only created concrete twice as strong as the regular stuff, but also did so by reusing rubble and leftover glass shards.
To make the edible glass shards, bring 250g of caster sugar and 125ml of water to a boil in a small high-sided saucepan, stirring, until sugar dissolves.