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the process of shedding tears (usually accompanied by sobs or other inarticulate sounds)

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Fluid may also be injected into your tear duct to see whether it comes out normally.
Key words: phenol red thread test, tear, ophthalmology, Falconiformes, avian, Falco
Normally, the eye constantly bathes itself in tears to provide lubrication and protection; tears also reduce the risk of eye infection and wash away foreign matter in the eye.
Lower pressure sucks the fluid into the meniscus and away from the centre, creating the black line and dry spots in the tear film that can compromise vision and irritate the cornea.
For high density polyethylene (HDPE) and linear low density polyethylene (LLDPE) blown films, the Elmendorf tear strength in MD is generally lower than that found in CD.
A preferred geometry for quantifying tear properties which has good reproducibility is the molded groove trouser tear (figure 4).
It could also be a blocked tear duct, which can occur after an infection, inflammation or simply because of ageing.
Miseries around us have made us cynical to an extent that tears rarely move us.
Jesus' tears do not incapacitate him with grief, but rather move his whole body into fervent and definitive action.
Tears are produced not just by emotional distress but also by other circumstances, which cause eye irritation, for instance peeling onions or inhaling pepper dust.
11) As rotator cuff tears are often asymptomatic, their true prevalence remains unknown and reports vary widely; the aptly titled "Dead Men and Radiologists Don't Lie" study reports a total prevalence of RC tears in their cadaveric data group of 30.
Dry eye happens when the tear gland produces insufficient quantities of tears.
Assessment: The book is a practical reference tool that is written about rotator cuff biomechanics and different management strategies in the treatment of rotator cuff tears.
We have heard of baby crying tears of blood, but there is now a new similar case of a little girl from India who cries tears of stone.
It feels as though I've been drowning in my own tears.