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1) the explicitness or graphic nature of the description or depiction of sexual or excretory organs or activities; (2) whether the material dwells on or repeats at length descriptions of sexual or excretory organs or activities; (3) whether the material appears to pander or is used to titillate, or whether the material appears to have been presented for its shock value.
Altered renal water excretory capacity (potentially impaired by drugs, such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents (7,23,43,54), intrinsic renal disease or SIADH)
7) However, the tumor's biphasic appearance with distinct ductal and squamous elements suggests that the tumor also mirrors what might be expected of a tumor with differentiation toward that of an excretory duct.
Radiologic investigation of renal colic: unenhanced CT compared with excretory urography.
Before the construction of the porch, Arvay's excretory system functions irregularly.
Excretory system symmetrical, the right lateral canal of which may be somewhat reduced.
Even Jonathan Swift's satirical ``Gulliver's Travels'' - a ``recommended'' classic often touted as a children's story - contains graphic sexual and excretory references clearly problematic for children or even a mixed class of teen-agers - not to mention the scene of a mad scientist inflating and exploding a live dog.
That act would have banned transmission of "obscene" or "indecent" material to minors or transmission of "patently offensive" material, including depictions of sexual or excretory functions, in a way that could be accessed by a minor.
Evaluation of the renal outline by excretory urography.
Table 1 Type of Strong Expletives Used and Predicted Men n = 10 Women n = 10 Types of Men's Men's Women's Women's Expletives Responses Predictions Responses Predictions mixed 16 3 2 20 excretory 42 22 10 23 sexual 54 4 8 44 profanity 18 33 51 17 TOTAL 130 62 71 104
Indecent" speech is defined very broadly as "any comment, request, suggestion, proposal, image or other communication that, in context, depicts or describes, in terms patently offensive as measured by contemporary community standards, sexual or excretory activities or organs.
Our tests have shown that these are normal mammary secretory/ excretory cells.