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he·mic

 (hē′mĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to the blood.

he•mat•ic

(hɪˈmæt ɪk)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to blood; hemic.
2. acting on the blood, as a medicine.
[1850–55; < Greek haimat-, s. of haîma blood + -ic]
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Adj.1.hemic - relating to or containing or affecting blood; "a hematic cyst"; "a hematic crisis"
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These legal opinions clearly acknowledge that HEMIC and its board of directors have potential exposure for criminal liability based on federal law applicable to marijuana businesses," Marty Welch, HEMIC's chief executive officer, said in a statement.
Atascadero Unified School District explained that a person infected with the AIDS virus, even an asymptomatic carrier, is handicapped due to impairment of the hemic and reproductive systems which makes procreation and childbirth dangerous to others.
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The most common clinical signs were pallor and hemic murmur and least frequently occurring signs were edema and glossitis.
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