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black and blue; grayish blue; of a lead colour; discoloured, as flesh by contusion. There followed no carbuncles, no purple or livid spots, the mass of the blood not being tainted. (Bacon)

Origin: L. Lividus, from livere to be of a blush colour, to be black and blue: cf. F. Livide.

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The Fiber Disease

... to trigger certain cell functions...wondering if it can be manipulated through any of those channels... Thanks. Ya gotta know..and it makes me livid, the bad boys are just sittn' back with grins, watching us try to figure this little board game out.... I bless them all (heaping coals... :wink:

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by Maggie Mae
Sat Jan 06, 2007 6:49 am
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: The Fiber Disease
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