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  • n  (nontechnical usage) a tiny piece of anything
  • n  either of two types of cells (erythrocytes and leukocytes) and sometimes including platelets

  • Three or four hours later, a second stage begins, during which lymphocytes decrease and monocytes (another kind of white corpuscle) multiply and migrate from the blood into the .
  • So bemoan the corruption of the season if you must, but remember: that cubic zirconia ring isn't some needless trinket; it is a corpuscle in the bloodstream of a mighty economic .
  • The Revolution was one, and Jefferson was the healthiest, reddest corpuscle in it.

  • Aaron Peña in Houston Chronicle
    These are soldiers who love their country,State Rep. Aaron Pena, D-Edinburg, said. "They love it so much that it is in every fiber, in every sinew, in every vessel, in every corpuscle. They bleed love for their country, and to think the...

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