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Simply put, breasts are made up of fatty, glandular, and fibrous tissue.
The cause was glandular cancer, his daughter, Heather Cromartie, said.
Several diseases, such as diabetes, yellow fever, typhoid fever and the glandular disease scrofula, can be associated with certain scents.
In fact, a 1909 study documented the same species of cave-climbing earwig grazing on the dead skin and glandular secretions of bats a few hundred miles south, on the Indonesian island of Java.
The oily glandular secretion that makes wool waterproof also keeps sheep (and human) hide smooth and soft.
My doctor tried to quell my fears by explaining it’s merely an unusual thickening or hardening of the uterine wall caused by the glandular tissue being pushed into the muscle.
Your body repairs itself during sleep, which helps keep your glandular system healthy and can improve your looks.
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GLANDULAR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of glandular for English Language Learners
: of or relating to glands
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