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emotionally aroused

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Megapode eggs only stung his taste alive and stimulated the flow of his juices.
84% of scientists say that school science classes stimulated or sustained their interest in science.
8 billion industry actually stimulated nearly $90 billion of economic output in 2005, the latest year for which data are available.
The team started by collecting proteins secreted by the white blood cells, then testing how well each protein stimulated growth of crushed or severed axons.
Thyroid cancer patients who have received radioactive iodine ablation after thyroidectomy and who later have a negative whole body scan for thyroid cancer probably do not need to receive radioactive iodine therapy if their stimulated thyroglobulin levels stay below 10 ng/mL, R.
Rationale for RAI Changes Over Time One rationale for using a therapeutic level of RAI when stimulated Tg levels remain high despite a negative diagnostic whole body scan was to localize the disease, not necessarily to treat it, Dr.
This quest, rather than realism for its own sake, stimulated fifteenth-century Netherlandish art.
Subsequently, we initiated stimulated passive hospital-based and enhanced passive surveillance for anthrax-compatible syndromes.
That gave the Federal Reserve the confidence to cut the interest rate by 2 points, which stimulated the economy.
The accepted (classic) method of measuring high resistance is to apply a dc voltage to a sample and measure the current stimulated by the voltage in the sample.
Valerie Schini-Kerth and a team of researchers of the Universite Louis Pasteur de Strasbourg found that Concord grape juice stimulated the production of nitric oxide in endothelial cells and produced a vasorelaxation effect.
Previous studies in our laboratory demonstrated that high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) analysis of ground corncob bedding extracts characterized two components (peak I and peak II) that disrupted endocrine function in male and female rats and stimulated breast and prostate cancer cell proliferation in vitro and in vivo.
Two years ago, scientists found that when they gave a hormone called ghrelin to rodents, it stimulated feeding.
Florida's lottery may be characterized as mature; although, the recent structural adjustments, enhanced by rollovers in fiscal 2003 along with game changes, have stimulated ticket sales.