The right thing to do is to open the belly in the middle line, search for a wound in the liver and treat it by deep sutures, or by plugging it with gauze.
This disease depends upon the presence of a bacillus which grows rapidly at the back of the throat and in the airpassages specially of children, causing the formation of a membrane which, by plugging the windpipe, causes suffocation and death.
And although effects may some times be produced in a mechanical manner by bacteria plugging capillaries of important organs, e.g.
Two audio inputs - perfect for plugging an audio mic or guitar into GarageBand.
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Several of the right-wing tabloids, in particular, have been plugging away on immigration and asylum in a sustained way for many months.
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However, plugging Jonah into the MIC socket produced a fuzzy unintelligible gabble as if he was speaking from the belly of the whale.
Using this function on a time signal has the feel of plugging in a spectrum analyzer.
By plugging in channel modules, users can create a tangible composition, which visually communicates their individual viewing habits.
Super speeds The idea of plugging your computer or stereo inputs directly into 240 volts of mains electricity sounds a little frightening.
If you have a PC with a DV-I port (it's an off-white port with a lot of tiny holes) and the HDTV includes one, then plugging your PC into the TV will give you the option to do some computing from your couch!
For the most part, it's unlikely you will be plugging your wireless laptop into a network port very often, and the standard adapter should serve just fine.
Plugging in a vehicle to charge may sound strange, but the use of a battery-operated vehicle is a real advantage to the environment.
Plugging leaks in drafty parts of your home can provide significant savings.
With a battery backup, individuals who enjoy outdoor activities such as campers, boaters and motor home enthusiasts can continue their sleep apnea treatments using a battery in lieu of plugging the machine into standard AC current.
However, the Jaguar CD add-on was also available, plugging into the cartridge slot and running optical discs at 2X speed.
By plugging Sonic 3 into that slot players could unlock Knuckles as a playable character for the single player missions in Sonic 3!
Plugging Sonic 2 also had the same effect, complete with additional hidden areas that only Knuckles could reach; these usual contained ring bonuses or special items such as shields.
Plugging your Xbox in directly with an Ethernet cable gives you a more consistent speed, but your constrained by that same Ethernet cable if you need to place your Xbox in another room.
In addition to physically plugging breaks in blood vessel walls, platelets also release chemicals that promote clotting.
The catheter may have an expandable wire mesh that expands in the bladder to prevent the catheter from plugging up or dislodging.
They are capable of plugging up at several different depths, producing four distinct skin rashes.
Deeper plugging causes miliaria rubra as the sweat seeps into the living layers of skin, where it irritates and itches.
However, many online calculators can help you simplify the process into merely plugging basic mortgage details into the correct boxes.
Plugging in different mortgage amounts, rates and payment scenarios can be an valuable tool in figuring out how mortgage payments can fit into a budget.
In addition, you may need to consult staff about plugging in your equipment and any lighting changes you make.
For today's seamstress, using a sewing machine is as simple as plugging it in and pressing the foot pedal.
By plugging the doll into your computer and accessing DoraLinks.com, you can explore a virtual world, play games and help Dora solve mysteries with her friends.
Try plugging the microwave in to another outlet.
Some users say that simply plugging in or unplugging a unit may shorten its lifespan.
They are easy to clean and require no preparation other than plugging them into an outlet.
For the models that do not have an on/off switch, you turn the unit on and off by plugging it in or unplugging it as needed.
By plugging into web cams remotely, these armchair investigators are able to log any paranormal activity that takes place and potentially capture a real ghost on camera.
The website Smart Money has calculators and worksheets that allow you to determine a debt status by plugging in certain variables.
Plugging these items into a power strip make it easy to unplug or disconnect the power strip and avoid that wasted energy.
Now that you've collected all of the necessary information, you're ready to start plugging the data into the calculators to determine your true MPG.
The exhaust system is sensitive, and plugging the exhaust pipe can lead to equipment problems or dangerous gas exposure.
Use these tools to help you narrow down your options by plugging in the type of insurance you want.
Unless you buy the optional wall adapter you'll need to charge your U2 by plugging it into your computer.
Apparently, Lance is big on plugging products and drinking coffee.
This lipoemic condition may cause embolism, the plugging especially occurring in the lung capillaries.
interne t by plugging your computer into the modem socket at the back of the phone.
When plugging leaks, the ultimate aim is to stop the leak permanently.
The Microsoft web pages suggest several ways of plugging this loophole.
overload sockets by plugging in too many appliances or adaptors.
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The 8-way version comes with a power pack, which needs plugging into a 13amp socket.
However, plugging Jonah into the mic socket produced a fuzzy unintelligible gabble as if he was speaking from the belly of the whale.
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