Recent Examples of urine from the Web
But your vet can run blood tests and check stool and urine samples to find out what's wrong, then advise you on next steps.
The rarity and severity of this NCAA policy makes this case unusual, but the results of Fulton’s own urine sample push it farther toward the extraordinary.
Then the athlete’s urine sample came back positive for EPO, a blood-boosting agent that violates international doping rules.
In a prime real estate area off Syntagma Square is a 2,600-square-meter listed building from 1955, the marble entrance reeking of urine.
When moisture is detected, an alarm will sound, and ideally your child will be able to stop the stream of urine and go to the toilet to finish.
Officials said the smell of urine in the home was unbearable and said feces had been smeared on the walls.
In the middle of this muddle, two tough guys — played by, no joke, Mike Tyson and Steven Seagal — lumber around a bar, grimacing and throwing punches in a dispute over who’s going to drink a glass of urine.
In addition to no hot water, the water spewing from the taps was a bright yellow — like the color of urine, Ross said.
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Origin and Etymology of urine
URINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of urine for English Language Learners
medical : waste liquid that collects in the bladder before leaving the body
URINE Defined for Kids
medical Definition of urine
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