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Synonyms for circulate

to move freely as a liquid

to become known far and wide

to pass (something) out

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Peyser emphasizes that this system circulates only clean water.
But they found that only about two to six fetal cells, such as immature red blood cells and immune cells, circulate in every milliliter of maternal blood.
These systems can also utilize the energy from the sun to pre-heat the water that circulates throughout the floors.
Wong and his colleagues put 11 healthy volunteers in specially designed suits fitted with tubing that circulates hot water and quickly warms the body.
The opposite happens in the winter: water circulates in the panel during the day, stores in a 300-gallon tank (which also preheats domestic hot water), and circulates in pipes to heat the slab.
ZADAXIN is a pure synthetic preparation of thymosin alpha 1, a substance which circulates in the blood naturally and is instrumental in the body's immune response to fight viral infections and certain cancers.
The results suggest that in the early stages of an influenza A pandemic, mutations that occur during replication de not become fixed so that a uniform "consensus" strain circulates for some time.
4] circulates in the blood both freely and bound to carrier proteins.