Infection is characterised by raised scab
like crusts (How et al.
In laboratory experiments, the human cells involved in healing quickly attached to the membrane and lined up like those in actual scabs
For us, the aim of the article was scab
removal; it was not deemed necessary to expound upon a second topic that we considered common knowledge for anyone working in health care.
Conservative governments, in power at both state and federal level in the three states, promised the scabs
preference and protection.
He suffered constant abuse from fans at away grounds who would shout scab
after he defied pickets to work at the Monktonhall Colliery in Midlothian.
Hearst and Pulitzer think that they can break us by hiring more scabs
A pre-school child should not return to nursery or playgroup until the scabs
have fallen off and they are no longer contagious.
Okay, so you didn't take our advice about not picking at a scab
These outbreaks were likely introduced there by cotton imported from Egypt, where months before it had been contaminated with smallpox scabs
have been used for several years as a tool in the biomedical research laboratory.
Susanne Caro, the librarian at the College of Santa Fe's Fogelson Library, found the scabs
in an envelope inside an 1888 book on Civil War medicine written by Dr.
If they start recruiting scabs
, it's a declaration of war,'' said Miguel Contreras, arguably one of the most powerful men in Los Angeles as head of the county Federation of Labor.