White plaques of hyalinized fibrous tissue situated in the epicardium and overlying the right ventricle of the heart where not covered by lung.
White macroscopic areas in the omentum due to accumulation of macrophages and lymphocytes.
Can We Call Products “Meat” or “Milk” If They Don’t Come From An Animal?In our age of meatless chicken nuggets, tofu hot dogs, and faux burgers that “bleed,“ what constitutes meat today?
What’s Eggnog?What’s in eggnog? Frothy, creamy eggnog is a festive favorite in England, Canada, and America. This winter drink consists of milk, cream, sugar, whipped egg whites, and egg yolks. There are many versions of the drink, using alcohols like rum, brandy, whiskey, and bourbon. And, it often is flavored with everything from molasses to cinnamon to nutmeg to dried pumpkin. Now, there’s even soynog or nutnog, a version of …
- milk round,
- milk run,
- milk shake,
- milk sickness,
- milk snake,
- milk stout,
- milk sugar,
- milk toast,
- milk tooth,
- milk train
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