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use "epidermis" in a sentence

In ferns and most flowering plants the mesophyll is divided into two layers: An upper palisade layer of tightly packed, vertically elongated cells, one to two cells thick, directly beneath the adaxial epidermis.

Currently, the Chameleon's powers are innate: his epidermis and skin
kingdom are unable to wake up, and Ro is blamed for the epidemic.

According to the report "epidemic of Hate", published in 1996 by the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission, at least 1,200 gays, lesbians and transsexuals were killed in Brazil alone in a decade.

In 1855, the Portsmouth and Norfolk area suffered an epidemic of yellow fever which killed 1 of every 3 citizens.

Webb also proved that this influx of Nicaraguan supplied cocaine sparked and significantly fueled the widespread crack epidemic that swept through urban areas.

The epidemic of 1689 claimed 700 lives out of a total population of 4,000.

The polio epidemic hit this region of the country especially hard and lasted until vaccine was developed to combat the disease in the late 1950s.

The principle of levancy and couchancy applied generally to the right of pasture as it was unstinted but commoners must have backup land, outside the Forest, to accommodate these depastured animals as during the Foot and Mouth epidemic.

He organized detachments of armed highway patrolmen and assigned them to the principal highways to combat an epidemic of robbery.

A new character, Dr. Finn O'Neil is introduced when a Cholera epidemic occurs in the area and Finn assists in the hospital.

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