In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Glass particles were found in the pulmonary capillaries, livers, kidneys, spleens, and intestinal walls of animals studied.
- They also transplanted hepatocytes into patients' spleens to act as a short-term auxiliary liver.
- The lateral approach provides an excellent view of the splenic vessels, pancreas, and accessory spleens.
- These lesions have been reported in the brain, 3 lymph nodes, 4 spleens, 5 lungs, 6 and several other sites.
- If the same experiment is done with spleens, however, each spleen grows much less than normal so that the final total mass of the spleens is equivalent to one normal spleen.
- Furious residents gathered at a parish council meeting to vent their spleen at a proposed skate park on their doorsteps.
- No sisterhood here: both Anna and Claire vent their spleen upon her with hilariously withering spite.
- Initially I had the idea that if I could vent my spleen about life events it would be a cathartic exercise.
- On eviction you will also be required to visit the diary room to vent your spleen and dish the dirt as you see fit.
- The world has changed for the worse in the last year and bigots feel more empowered to vent their spleen.
- The Dunblane boy chose to hit a backhand and vent his spleen by complaining about the high expectations of the British media.
- In an echo of the bad old times, more than 200 fans gathered outside afterwards to vent their spleen.
- Well written, possibly, but for me it's my own place to vent my spleen at the general vacuity and stupidity of the world as I see it.
- So blogging will be light for the next two weeks or so, until I find a new equilibrium, or a compelling reason to vent my spleen.
- He'll be making the odd post whenever he feels he has something to say or has to vent his spleen.
- In private, feel free to vent your spleen, cry, denounce the other party as a loathsome cad.
- Every now and again - usually these days in grand slam finals - they get the chance to vent their spleen and lay into each other in public.
- I had an email from BobbyJo who clearly needed to vent her spleen.
- As for the money, the people of Tasmania are entitled to be outraged and need to vent their spleen at the ballot box.
- Want to vent your spleen over how great or appalling our list is?
- One particularly irritated chap emailed us, presumably to vent his spleen.
- If only there'd been a forum for me to vent my spleen when I had a sponging twat of a lodger a few years back.
- That is debatable, but people who hate each other do not always require guns to vent their spleen.
- Every week or so we allow lucky old you the chance to vent your spleen at a useless celebrity.
- This is not the best time for fans to vent their spleen against the club's directors, who are not due to attend.
2literary(anger)ira femininecólera masculineto vent one's spleen (on sb) — desahogar su (/ mi etc. ) ira / cólera (contra algn)
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