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A litter, usually a sheet of canvas stretched to a frame with four handles, used for transporting the sick or injured.

Origin: A.S. Streccan, to stretch

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Re: In Vitro Meat - meat of the future?

... meat. This shouldn't be as demanding technically: you could just attach your engineered "mini-meat" onto a some sort of a mechanical stretcher with electrical stimulus, give it an occasional twitch or two for exercise and watch your meat grow. Of course, you'd need to pump some hormones, ...

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by biohazard
Tue Mar 04, 2008 12:11 pm
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Topic: In Vitro Meat - meat of the future?
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Body's electrical current

... there were no other cars or people around. the light inside the ambulence was on and i could see an older lady looking down at the person on the stretcher. i had a fixed stare at her trying to read her emotion and i blinked. the light inside the ambulence turned off. i blinked again and when ...

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by interestedinlife
Sun Aug 05, 2007 8:11 am
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Topic: Body's electrical current
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