Examples of saliva in a Sentence
our mouths filled with saliva when we smelled the delicious dinner
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Oceanside police Detective Gabriel Nolasco took the stand as well, and said that the saliva of one of the huskies, Cocuyo, was also found inside Herbert’s vehicle.
According to the ABC10 News, Spencer Fry, who is a tour guide at Bodie State Park, claims he was exposed to the deadly respiratory sickness spread by deer mice droppings or saliva after spending the night at the popular ghost town destination.
Included in the data clouds are their full genome sequences; blood, saliva, urine, and stool samples taken every 3 months that measured levels of 643 metabolites and 262 proteins; and physical activity and sleep monitoring.
Chewing gum allows a pitcher to retain more saliva; pitchers are permitted to lick their fingers on the mound.
Other times, the tongue fails to push at all and saliva trickles down the airway to the lungs in a steady stream.
It's believed that something in the saliva of the lone star tick is triggering an allergy to the sugar molecule galactose-alpha-1,3-galactose—known as alpha-gal for short—that is found in red meat.
The truth-or-dare style game forces players to either answer a question or eat an undesirable dish (think bird saliva and cow tongue).
Anyone can contract meningitis, which is transmitted through swapping saliva, like kissing or sharing drinks and cigarettes.
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