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VESSEL, mar. law. A ship, brig, sloop or other craft used in navigation. 1 Boul. Paty, tit. 1, p. 100. See sup.
     2. By an act of congress, approved July 29, 1850, it is provided that any person, not being an owner, who shall on the high seas, willfully, with. intent to burn or destroy, set fire to any ship or other vessel, or otherwise attempt the destruction of such ship or other vessel, being the property of any citizen or citizens of the United States, or procure the same to be done, with the intent aforesaid, and being thereof lawfully convicted, shall suffer imprisonment to hard labor, for a term not exceeding ten years, nor less than three years, according to the aggravation of the offence.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Thirty-seven patients had lymphatic metastasis, and 63 patients had no lymphatic metastasis; 20 patients had lymphatic vessel invasion and 80 patients had no lymphatic vessel invasion.
Breast cancer prognosis is related to different factors including age, tumor size, grade, histologic type, lymphatic vessel invasion (LVI), lymph node metastasis, and expression of hormone receptors.[1],[2] Among them, LVI and lymph node metastasis are the main prognostic factors in patient's survival.[1],[5] Furthermore, LVI plays a critical rule in cancer metastasis.[2] It is considered as an independent prognostic factor in lymph node-negative patients with mortality of breast cancer increases from 29% to 53% in node-negative patients with LVI.[2],[6],[7] This emphasizes the importance of correct detection of LVI.
Microscopically, lymphangioma is characterised by large, dilated lymphatic vessels in a fibrotic or loose stromal background.
Lymphatic vessels (LVs) have historically been viewed as inert drainage system for fluid and immune cells, but this merely passive concept is increasingly being revised as new functions of lymphatic endothelial cells (LECs) are identified.
The lymphatic vasculature is organized into a network of lymphatic vessels that collect extra tissue fluid from the interstitial space and drain it back to the venous circulation.
The trafficking of lymphocytes and DCs into the lymphatic vessels is an active process.
Spns2 is an S1P transporter that plays a role in the regulation of the lymph node and lymphatic fluid S1P levels and consequently influences lymphocyte trafficking and lymphatic vessel network organization [67].
The features of lymphangitic carcinomatosis are infiltration of cancer cells and interstitial edema in and around lymphatic vessels caused by lymph node metastasis in the lung.
Lymphangioma is a benign congenital malformation characterized by proliferation of lymphatic vessels, resulting from the failure of communication between the primitive lymphatic sacs and the venous system, leading to the formation of a cystic structure [1].
(e) Knockdown of tmsb-like leads to the aberrant formation of intersegmental vessels (ISV) displaying an ineffective hypersprouting phenotype (arrowheads) and a perturbation of parachordal lymphatic vessel generation by parachordal lymphangioblasts (PL) 60 hpf.
(3) The exact distance between the affected lymphatic vessel and the vein chosen for the LVA.