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a.1.(Anat.) Of or pertaining to the external organs of generation.
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Hysteria is established in your wife, and maintained by the continual irritation of the pudic nerve.
The effect of rbST on MBF is thought to be indirectly mediated via IGF-I (Bauman, 1992), since infusion of IGF-I into the pudic artery of lactating goats has been shown to increase MBF and milk yield on the infused side (Prosser et al.
That revolution is later dispatched in a page, under the pudic rubric of an "episode.