Recent Examples of jugular vein from the Web
Also, a single blood draw from a jugular vein revealed the presence of Bacillus bacteria.
This is because, among other advantages, a woodpecker's tongue can put pressure on its jugular vein.
But Beijing will never completely cut the regime’s jugular vein, experts say.
It would be connected to the patient’s vena cava—a large vein carrying blood into the heart—through a cannula, or tube, inserted in the jugular vein in the throat.
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Definition of jugular vein for English Language Learners
: a large vein in the neck that takes blood from the head to the heart
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