Dead Heart


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Dead Heart

n
(Placename) the Dead Heart Austral the remote interior of Australia
[C20: from the title The Dead Heart of Australia (1906) by J. W. Gregory (1864–1932), British geologist]
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She has made this dead heart of mine feel a reviving breath of life, when I think of her.
Dead heart muscle, or tissue, leaves a scar, which interrupts the coordinated muscle action needed to pump blood.
Which country is sometimes referred to as Dead Heart of Africa?
Which country is sometimes referred to as the Dead Heart of Africa?
Which country is sometimes referred to the Dead Heart of Africa?
As Adam says, the value of the NHS could not be clearer when you're lying in a hospital bed "listening to knackered staff who should have been with their families resuscitate a dead heart patient".
A dead heart, completely not beating, was brought to life again and thereby used for heart transplant.
Your calcified cock But really it was your dead heart That would have
If the larger studies continue to confirm our findings, we potentially have a cure for heart failure because we will have something that conceivably, for the first time, actually regenerates dead heart tissue," Bolli said.
Instead of the hymn's glorious "light and life since Eden's dawning day," Wright's poem is a nocturne, and its description of the night setting gives but more evidence of the deity's withdrawal from the world: "The moon, like a dead heart, cold and unstartable, hangs by a thread / At the earth's edge.
Sand swimmers: The secret life of Australia's dead heart.
Analysing data on 811 patients admitted to hospital in Madrid, they measured the amount of dead heart tissue left by attacks.