This was cauterized
with initial control of epistaxis.
When the computer sensed the tissue had been effectively cauterized
, it would shut off to help prevent the spread of that current.
This typically leaves clean cauterized
edges and a clear margin, and carries little risk of transcolonic injury,
and cleaved-- in four rivers of Eden one being two.
Simmons of the University of Western Australia in Crawley worked with immature Onthophagus nigriventris and cauterized
cells that would have grown into horns.
This reflected the legend that Amazons cauterized
one breast so as not to interfere with their javelin throws.
Though the twenty-by-twenty-four-inch digital prints of cauterized
wounds and scaly skin exude a harsh, scabby reality, the stories are warm and folksy.
Donnelly had the blood vessels in his nose cauterized
to prevent bleeding and he was sedated to prevent his blood pressure from rising.
I'm not sure of much of anything anymore, but from the feedback I get from the grandkids, it's already a spooky world out there, and the bad guys (politicians, mass media, too many cauterized
government entities, etc.
or burned them but thanks to the cocaine there was no pain.
As a result, "the mind is stripped bare and plunged naked into the statistical cauldron, while influences from other minds are systematically cauterized