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Do we say excrete or secrete

excrete 7 occurrences

The cell can secrete and excrete substance, and, in brief, presents nearly all the phenomena of a human being.

There is a close relationship between the skin and the kidneys, as both excrete organic and saline matter.

Alcoholic liquors excite and irritate the delicate renal membranes, and speedily disturb and eventually destroy their capacity to excrete the proper materials from the blood.

V. excrete &c (eject) 297; emanate &c (come out) 295.

None of us will ever eat the whole corpus, but Google can digest it for us and excrete the steaming nuggets of goodness that make it the search-engine miracle it is today.

Because of certain fluids which the roots excrete from their slender extremities; and in this manner the likings and antipathies of certain plants may be accounted for.

All that is likely to produce acrid humours, and an inflamatory or impoverished state of the blood, engenders vicious secretions, which nature struggles to free herself from by the natural outlet of the skin, for this organ is fitted equally, to excrete and secrete.

secrete 134 occurrences

They secrete opium in all sorts of wonderful places, and so worry the custom-house officers dreadfully.

It was resolved that Jack and Jones should make a reconnaissance to find out the route toward the Warrick; that Dick and Barney should secrete and guard the horses and do what they could to obtain some food.

Hide, conceal, secrete.

A glance round the room convinced Rolfe that it was impossible for a man to secrete himself in it.

I've used the thinnest paper, so that you can secrete it in something he will be sure to get.

Do you not see he had taken it for granted that all men proceed to conceal a letter, not exactly in a gimlet-hole bored in a chair-leg, but, at least, in some out-of-the-way hole or corner suggested by the same tenor of thought which would urge a man to secrete a letter in a gimlet-hole bored in a chair-leg?

Thus the sweat glands of the skin secrete the perspiration as their secretion, the lachrymal glands of the eyes the tears as theirs.

And in point of fact, coldly reviewed in dispassionate daylight, the thing seemed preposterous to him, to be asked to believe that Popinot had contrived to secrete himself beyond finding on board the Sybarite.

Drawing inspiration from a siege celebrated in antiquity, she sought to secrete her forcesnot in a horse of wood, but within the frames of numerous fowl, picked to the bone but shredded over so temptingly with fugitive succulence as to have made a dog of feelings less fine her slave for life.

Hast thou the package, child, which I trusted to thy keeping at my last visit?" "It is here," answered Gelsomina, opening a drawer, and handing to her cousin a small but closely enveloped package, which, unknown to herself, contained some articles of forbidden commerce, and which the other, in her indefatigable activity, had been obliged to secrete for a time.

She thought that a moral preceptor had the right to secrete precepts.

The cell can secrete and excrete substance, and, in brief, presents nearly all the phenomena of a human being.

Such are the cells of glands,the cells of the salivary glands, which secrete the saliva, of the gastric glands, which secrete the gastric juice, of the intestinal glands, and the cells of the liver and sweat glands.

Such are the cells of glands,the cells of the salivary glands, which secrete the saliva, of the gastric glands, which secrete the gastric juice, of the intestinal glands, and the cells of the liver and sweat glands.

There are on each side of the mouth three salivary glands, which secrete the saliva from the blood.

Buried in the mucous layer throughout the length, both of the small and large intestines, are other glands which secrete intestinal fluids.

For example, when the salivary glands need to secrete saliva, and the stomach to pour out gastric juice, the arteries that supply these organs are dilated, and so the parts are flushed with an extra supply of blood, and thus are aroused to greater activity.

In health the two pleural surfaces of the lungs are always in contact, and they secrete just enough serous fluid to allow the surfaces to glide smoothly upon each other.

In health the serous membranes secrete only sufficient fluid to lubricate and keep soft and smooth the opposing surfaces.

"What did she know?" "Why did she secrete herself?"

But the fact was, a small band of Catholics debarred from open worship, and forced to secrete themselves during the hours of devotion, were gathered there.

If it is not taken by the child, or drawn off in some other way, one of two things must follow;either it must be taken up by what are called absorbent vessels, and carried into the circulation, and chiefly thrown out of the system as waste matter, or it will prove a source of irritation, if not of inflammation, to the organs themselves which secrete it.

No; whatever the feeling which impels a young gentleman to secrete some little private reminder of its object, it is not gratitude; and Dorothea rejoiced inwardly that it was not.

Human sacrifices were practised among them: the spoils of war were often devoted to their divinities; and they punished with the severest tortures whoever dared to secrete any part of the consecrated offering; these treasures they kept in woods and forests, secured by no other guard than the terrors of their religion

But if that any Oedipus unware Shall chaunce, through power of some divining spright, To reade the secrete of this riddle rare, And know the purporte of my evill plight, Let him rest pleased with his owne insight, Ne further seeke to glose upon the text: For griefe enough it is to grieved wight To feele his fault, and not be further vext.

And his lookes loftie, as if he aspyr'd To dignitie, and sdeign'd the low degree; That all which did such strangenesse in him see 680 By secrete meanes gan of his state enquire, And privily his servant thereto hire: Who, throughly arm'd against such coverture, [Coverture, underhand dealing.]

The fact that a plant should secrete, when properly excited, a fluid containing an acid and ferment closely analogous to the digestive fluid of an animal, was certainly a remarkable discovery.

It is apparently not the ductless glands alone that furnish internal secretions; the glands that are provided with ducts and yield a definite and observable product secrete also a substance (perhaps more than one) which they give up to the blood.

In many states you may see piles of these things heaped up in their consecrated spots; nor does it often happen that any one, disregarding the sanctity of the case, dares either to secrete in his house things captured, or take away those deposited; and the most severe punishment, with torture, has been established for such a deed.

V. conceal, hide, secrete, put out of sight; lock up, seal up, bottle up.

"The maner and secrete to conserue a man's youth, and to holde back olde age, to maintaine a man always in helth and strength, as in the fayrest floure of his yeres.

Rain is very injurious immediately before the ripening, when the plants are no longer in a condition to secrete the gummy substance so essential to the tobacco, which, being soluble in water, would be drawn off by the action of the rain.

Our troops, both European and native, and especially the Sikhs, entered houses during those days and managed to secrete about their persons articles of value.

This man had helped to secrete the hoard, and on the promise of a small reward was willing to help us in unearthing the booty.

He could smile a little as Graham stooped, peering beneath the bed, as he moved each piece of furniture large enough to secrete a man.

He alone was capable of testifying that the evidence had been removed as if to secrete it from his unlawful hand.

His thrashing had been so unjustly severe, that even the granite little hearts of his sisters had been softened; and Esther, managing to secrete a cake that he loved from the tea that was lost to him, stole with it to the top of the house, where he writhed amid lonely echoes and shadows.

Of course, our arrival will be so calculated as to give us time to secrete ourselves before Prescott and the other meet.

He must fly or secrete himself, or perhaps lose a head in which there was concealed a considerable amount of Scotch cunning.

She saw a clerk at a neighboring counter grab a handsome piece of jewelry and secrete it in her pocket with the rapidity of lightning.

The papillæ of the coronary cushion secrete the horn tubules forming the wall, and the papillæ of the perioplic ring secrete the varnish-like veneer of thin horn covering the outside surface of the hoof.

The papillæ of the coronary cushion secrete the horn tubules forming the wall, and the papillæ of the perioplic ring secrete the varnish-like veneer of thin horn covering the outside surface of the hoof.

The infective material has set up a chronic inflammation of the keratogenous membrane, leading to abnormal secretion, and, in place of the horny cells it should normally secrete, is thrown out an abundance of a serous fluid.

He was anxious to secrete from the rapacity of the cossacks first the consecrated vessels, and then his own little treasures.

Rejuvenescence may be defined as the rearrangement of the whole of the protoplasm of a cell into a new cell, which becomes free from the mother-cell, and may or may not secrete a cell-wall around it.

For instance, in the asci of lichens there are formed from a portion of the protoplasm four or more small ascospores, which secrete a cell-wall and lie loose in the ascus.

Two out of a number approach, coalesce, contract, and secrete a cell-wall.

The coalescence of the two nuclei within the substance of the germinal vesicle causes the latter to secrete a wall, and to form a new plant by division, being nourished the while by the mother plant, from whose tissues the young embryo plant contained in the seed only becomes free when it is in an advanced stage of differentiation.

Many times the chase was futile, so well did the dryads secrete them, and the natives of the district abet the offense.

I have been careful to secrete it so that the most ingenious detectives and the largest rewards will not be able to obtain a hint of its whereabouts.

If the blood be not properly prepared by the action of good air, how can the arteries of the stomach secrete good gastric juice?

They secrete less by the kidneys, and more by the glands of the skin; which gives them a very strong and disagreeable odour.

FRANCIS I marvel all this while where the old gentleman has found means to secrete himself.

" "In order to obtain it," Alianora told him, "one must hard-boil an egg from the falcon's nest, then replace it in the nest, and secrete oneself near by with a crossbow, under a red and white umbrella, until the mother bird, finding one of her eggs resists all her endeavors to infuse warmth into it, flies off, and plunges into the nearest fire, and returns with this ring in her beak.

Even if the comma bacilli are not found in the urine, other bacteria are; and even Koch supposes that they secrete a virulent poison similar to that of some insects, which may be absorbed into the blood and escape from the kidneys.

Sweat the Original Sin out of him ... and see he does not secrete any kind of weapon.

"Make your officer responsible," he said with prophetic vision, "and the presumption is, that plans and information are properly digested; but if he can secrete himself behind the curtain, he might create a noxious influence, and not be answerable for the information he gives.

before he could secrete it, his master (a hot, voluble Frenchman), came in upon us, and the book was thrust under the velvet of the cushion.

R112805, 1Jun53, Harriet G. Lennes (E) LENORMAND, HENRI RENÉ L'armee secrete.

© 12Dec25, AF30231. R112774, 1Jun53, Mme H. R. Lenormand, née Marie Kalff (W) LENORMAND, MARIE (KALFF) L'armee secrete.

La croisiere secrete, par Ida Vaillant-Couturier, pseud.

La vie secrete de l'Academie Francaise.

La vie secrete de l'Academie Francaise.

La vie secrete de l'Academie francaise.

La vie secrete de l'Academie francalse.

La vie secrete de l'Academie Francaise.

La vie secrete de l'Academie Francaise.

Histoire secrete de la conciliation de Munich.

SEE Lucas De Peslouan, Jean. PETER, MARIE LOUISE ROSTAGNY. Vie secrete de l'Academie francaise.

Vie secrete de l'Academie francaise.

La vie secrete de l'Academie Francaise.

La vie secrete de l'Academie Francaise.

La vie secrete de Sainte-Beuve. © 15Nov35; AF30521.

La vie secrete de l'Academie francaise.

La vie secrete de l'Academie francalse.

La vie secrete de l'Academie Francaise.

La vie secrete de l'Academie Francaise.

Histoire secrete de la conciliation de Munich.

SEE Lucas De Peslouan, Jean. PETER, MARIE LOUISE ROSTAGNY. Vie secrete de l'Academie francaise.

Vie secrete de l'Academie francaise.

Allemagne secrete.

La Bible, document chiffre: essai sur la restitution des clefs de la science numerale secrete.

"The colored people never wish to secrete themselves from me; for they know I am their true friend.

He found him, warned him of his danger, and offered to secrete him.

Then he continued: "Now three persons in this room had an opportunity to secrete the contents of this deadly tube in the crevices of the metal work of Mrs. Close's bed.

I must now secrete this for some days, but will hereafter resume my little narrative, and explain how I have ventured to write so much even in the very neighbourhood of the Guillotine.

Vous seriez un excellent attornei général; vous pesez toutes les probabilités; mais il paroit que vous avez une inclination secrete pour ce bossu.

They fly about and fertilize the sacklike females, which then molt again and secrete the thin wax scale over them.

When the men begin their frolic, the women carefully gather all the guns, knives, tomahawks, and weapons of every description, and secrete them, that as little mischief as possible may be done in the absence of all restraint and reason.

Having taken from him his arms and accoutrements, the chief put him into a canoe and paddled him across the river, bidding him make for the woods and secrete himself.

And as it is his invariable practice to secrete and bury his booty, and from the perilous life he leads, being often killed or captured, he can never re-visit the spot again; immense sums remain buried in those places, and are irrecoverably lost.

Saugus river meanders among the hills a short distance to the south, and its numerous creeks which extend among thick bushes, would afford good places to secrete boats, until such time as the pirates descried a sail, when they could instantly row down the river, attack and plunder them, and with their booty return to the cavern.

And as permission must be got by those in pursuit of him, from the authorities of the island to land and take him, he thus gains time to secrete himself.

As a preparation for this pilgrimage, "some secrete themselves for three days previously in a dark cellar, so as to be shut out altogether from the light of heaven.

All that is likely to produce acrid humours, and an inflamatory or impoverished state of the blood, engenders vicious secretions, which nature struggles to free herself from by the natural outlet of the skin, for this organ is fitted equally, to excrete and secrete.

It is an amphibious plant, thriving only in water or wet soils, is very productive, and the stalks after a summer's growth secrete a large quantity of sugar.

Philosophy is the sarcophagus of truth; and most systems of philosophy are like the pyramids,impressive piles of useless intellectual masonry, erected at prodigious cost of time and labor to secrete from mankind the truth.

While out of her mind she escaped into the jungle, and contrived to secrete herself there for some time, but was finally tracked and caught, and brought back and punished by being made to sit, day after day, for hours in the stocksa severe punishment for a man, but for a woman perfectly barbarous.

Why did you secrete gold in the dead hour of the night, which, unless you bore it away in the same mysterious, or even more subtle manner, ought still to be in its hiding-place?

My conscience so disturbed me on the score of this theft, that I hastened to secrete my only remaining piece of gold in the glazier's box; ill-judged, as this appeared to me on reflection.