secretion

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Bodily secretions on tour can become unpredictable, especially after consuming a diet consisting entirely of pizza, hamburger patties, hot dogs, and noodles (according to photo evidence).
Although it did not win a prize, the artwork generated considerable media furore particularly over the fact that the bed sheets were stained with bodily secretions and the floor had items from the artist's room, such as condoms, a pair of panties with menstrual period stains, other detritus, and functional everyday objects, including a pair of slippers.
The well-balanced canine diet must contain five additional substances: water (necessary for cellular functioning); protein (needed to produce hormones, enzymes, and other bodily secretions); minerals (required for bone and muscle growth and neurologic system function); fat (for food and vitamin storage); and carbohydrates (various starches and sugars that provide energy).
A blot of ceramic bodily secretions pools under her legs, further heightening the compromising position.
Whether they're covering themselves in a variety of bodily secretions, playing rock-paper-nuts, or racing down a mountain on top of refrigerators, gamers will spend countless hours entertaining themselves as they engage in countless hysterical situations that have been deemed too gross for the Jackass crew to try up until now.
Ground rules forbid cell phones, sex and especially deodorant since, per Simon, "Our bodily secretions are more eloquent than any lofty theory." Impatient adulterer Jean (Cluzet) rankles every step of the way, since he came for a good time with his mousy mistress (Valerie Bonneton).
I am hoping that both boys' bodily secretions will become less obvious as they grow up.
Bodily secretions were thought to be, by the Taoists, nourishing fluids and sexual continence was deemed extremely unhealthy.
Until very recently such erratic behaviour was always attributed to hormones, the bodily secretions which cause dramatic physical changes in the adolescent body.