Examples of syringe in a Sentence
the syringe the nurse was leveling at my arm looked to me to be at least 10 inches long
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Treatment comes in the form of drops of morphine pushed from a syringe into the babies’ mouths.
In Southwest Ohio, syringe access exchange programs are operating at three sites in the city of Cincinnati and one in Middletown.
The young mother was captured in a photograph by police, passed out in the driver's seat of her car outside a Dollar General store in Hope, Indiana - an empty syringe still resting between the 25-year-old addict's fingers.
The Associated Press reported that the 2-year-old program had served 536 people, distributing about 236,000 syringes and properly disposing of some 128,000 needles.
One man collected needles for his adult son who had run out of needles in the storm and was using his mother’s insulin syringes.
How will millennials go on without permanent access to Nanny Carrie running around a cornfield, wielding a syringe?
Case in point: a syringe pump developed for the Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Malawi.
After a day or two, when the wax is softened, use a rubber-bulb syringe to gently squirt warm water into your ear canal.
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Origin and Etymology of syringe
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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medical Definition of syringe
- an ear syringe
syringetransitive verb syringed; syringing
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