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1. A more or less elongated mark raised by a stroke; also, a similar mark made by any cause; a weal; a wale.

2. (Science: medicine) Specifically, a flat, burning or itching eminence on the skin, such as is produced by a mosquito bite, or in urticaria.

Origin: Cf. Wale.

(Science: chemical) A mine.

Origin: Cornish hwel.

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Miraculous finding: The Concordance of Ezekiel's Vision with

... as thought for reactions lifelike in DNA metabolism. The image also showed him that all above reactions were completely controlled by complexes “wheals” (proteins) that were carrier of the invisible “spirit” (biological signals). The end of the show given him a panorama or overview (complex cytoplasm ...

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