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 (kăn′sō), Strait of also Gut of
A narrow channel between Cape Breton Island and the northeast mainland of Nova Scotia, Canada.


1. (Placename) a cape in Canada, at the NE tip of Nova Scotia
2. (Placename) Strait of Canso Gut of Canso a channel in Canada, between the Nova Scotia mainland and S Cape Breton Island


(ˈkæn soʊ)

1. Cape, a cape in SE Canada, the NE extremity of Nova Scotia.
2. Strait of. Also called Gut of Canso. a channel in SE Canada that separates mainland Nova Scotia from Cape Breton Island, flowing NW from the Atlantic Ocean to Northumberland Strait. ab. 17 mi. (27 km) long and 1 mi. (1.6 km) wide.
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He strung his bow with tendons from the buck upon which he had dined his first evening upon the new shore, and though he would have preferred the gut of Sheeta for the purpose, he was content to wait until opportunity permitted him to kill one of the great cats.
Professor Christophe Lacroix at the Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health, ETH-Zurich, Switzerland, said that a healthy community of bacteria in the gut of both mother and baby is really important for baby's gut health and immune system development.
Clear the gut of the dosha imbalance with some very simple things, like oil enemas and a few herbs that have worked for 5,000 years, and the anxiety clears.
Researchers have now found another place where Helicobacter pylori, the ulcer-causing bacterium, can live--on the body and in the gut of houseflies.
However, according to the researchers, further studies are needed to determine whether enhancing CCK action in the gut of humans is effective and safe in lowering glucose levels in healthy individuals as well as patients with diabetes and obesity.
The sequence of the genes in O157:H7 suggests that they were acquired from another bacterium, somewhere deep in the gut of a now-dead animal.