Dat dar water 'ud jis spile anything you biled in it.
This excitement in the domestic circles of Mogador raises the bile of the slave-dealers.
These corridors, the secretory or excretory ducts, are present, for example, in the liver, conducting the bile to the small intestine.
Mix three teaspoonfuls of bile with one-half a teaspoonful of almond oil, to which some oleic acid is added.
With a glass rod place a drop or two of strong nitric acid containing nitrous acid near the drop of bile; bring the acid and bile into contact.
We have thus far studied the liver only as an organ of secretion, whose work is to elaborate bile for future use in the process of digestion.
I have allus allowed if she could git her feelings turnt loose one time, and bile over good and strong, it might benefit her; but thar she sets, day in, day out, proud and restless, a-bottling it all up inside.
Place a few drops of bile on a white porcelain slab.
These minute ducts gradually unite and form at last one main duct, which carries the bile from the liver.
to think of a gentleman like you, sir, being trated thus; why, my blood biled within me; and I wouldn't demean myself to bring back any thing for you from that place; but I took the liberty, sir, to get you 'Damon and Dorinda,' a sweet pretty thing, from another.
But we interrupt the flow of our author's bile by these irrelevant remarks.
"Only see how the white water comes biling like a pot of praties over the big, black rocks, down it comes, one tumble over the other, the green trees all the while stretching out their arms as if they wanted to stop it.
Bicarbonate of sodium has a quicker, more powerful, and more lasting effect on the composition of the bile than the sulphate of sodium, and weak solutions than strong ones.
Whenever anything had happened to his Ford auty-mo-bile between Pinnacle and Lund, Casey never failed to trace the direct cause, which had always been external rather than internal, save that time when he had walked in and bought a new car without out probing into the vitals of the other.