polymorphous


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This interest made us to take up the study of polymorphous light eruption--a type of reaction of the human skin to sunlight or artificial light.
In the culture of polyamory, which treasures sexual freedom or licence, such sexual constraint by men (or women) is not expected, nor, in fact, is any attempt to foster such constraint acceptable, for that would be the antithesis of the main project of the culture of polyamory: polymorphous sexuality whenever desired.
By this I obviously mean autoeroticism of a polymorphous perverse nature, not limited by genital organization.
Hold off till you get to Wyoming, which, like the states to its immediate south and east, smiles upon the polymorphous and the perverse.
Polymorphous shapes realized in richly colored inks, velvety surfaces, and crisply carved lines simultaneously suggest the internal meanderings of a body's structure, a topographical landscape or an abstract maze.
Lesions are polymorphous and may be macular, papular, or bullous, with or without mucosal involvement.
Polymorphous low-grade adenocarcinoma (PLGA) is a low-grade malignant epithelial tumor characterized by an infiltrative growth of cytologically uniform cells arranged in a multitude of architectural patterns.
The diagnostic features of follicular (lymphocytic) cervicitis, which have been well described in the literature, consist of a polymorphous population of lymphocytes with or without tingible-body macrophages seen in clusters or streaming out in mucus.
From the point of production, Wolfson's video seemed to suggest that the art of the future will be polysexual, polymorphous, and promiscuous, and from the point of reception, the cumulative impact of Rasberry Poser is perhaps best summarized in these words of a fellow viewer: "I don't know if I like it, but I do want to fuck it.
The afamelanotide implant (Scenesse) is also in clinical trials for more common diseases, including vitiligo, solar urticaria, and polymorphous light eruption, as well as for prevention of actinic keratoses and squamous cell carcinomas in organ transplant recipients.
A rambunctious hipster who'd be happy to learn he's the reincarnation of Jack Kerouac, Andrew shows up unannounced in the middle of the night after a long absence and, the next evening, takes his old college buddy to a bohemian party awash in booze, drugs and polymorphous sexuality.
But since coronary artery disease is so important in this disorder, children who have typical echocardiographic changes can now be classified as having Kawasaki disease even if they do not fulfill four of the remaining criteria (changes in extremities, polymorphous exanthema, bilateral conjunctival infection, changes in lips and oral cavity, and cervical lymphadenopathy).

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