Where were the sidewalk arguments; where was the caffeinated anxiety; the oxygenated rowdiness?
What the fMRI machine detects is the shifting proportions of oxygenated blood in any given region of the brain.
Observe the mass of oxygenated vegetable matter on her skull.
At a high temperature it reduces almost every oxygenated body.
Thus, oxygenated muriat of potash, oxygenated nitrat of soda, &c.—E.
If the sea were not lashed up and oxygenated, we should have a stagnant pest-hole like an old rotten fishpond all round the world.
The oxygenated product proved, however, the most powerful toxic agent.
Certain tissues die early, and the first to succumb to the lack of oxygenated blood are the nerve cells of the brain.
The umbilical veins return the oxygenated blood from the placenta to the embryo.
Oils containing carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen (oxygenated oils), including most of those used in medicine and perfumery.
oxygenate ox·y·gen·ate (ŏk'sĭ-jə-nāt') or ox·y·gen·ize (-jə-nīz')
v. ox·y·gen·at·ed or ox·y·gen·ized, ox·y·gen·at·ing or ox·y·gen·iz·ing, ox·y·gen·ates or ox·y·gen·iz·es
To treat, combine, or infuse with oxygen.