|excréter englanniksi||secrete fr, excrete fr|
*: ... they ?uppo?ing Two other Divine Hypo?ta?es Superiour thereunto, which were perfectly Secrete from Matter.
*: This ?o containeth all things, as not being yet ?ecrete and di?tinct; whereas in the Second they are di?cerned and di?tingui?hed by Rea?on; that is, they are Actually di?tingui?hed in their Ideas; whereas the Fir?t is the Simple and Fecund Power of all things.
*: Why one set of cells should secrete bile, another urea, and so on, we do not know.
*: Many tumors secrete two or more different hormones.
*: If you won’t believe my great new doctrine (which, by the bye, is as old as the Greeks), that souls secrete their bodies, as snails do shells, you will remain in outer darkness.
*: Let me not be misunderstood. I see as clearly as any man possibly can, and rate as highly, the value of wealth, and of hereditary wealth, as the security of refinement, the feeder of all those arts that ennoble and beautify life, and as making a country worth living in. Many an ancestral hall here in England has been a nursery of that culture which has been of example and benefit to all. Old gold has a civilizing virtue which new gold must grow old to be capable of secreting.
*: Plaintiffs filed an affidavit for an attachment, alleging that defendant was about to assign, secrete, and dispose of his property with intent to delay and defraud his creditors, and was about to convert his property into money to place it beyond the reach of his creditors.
*: Whereas the Renaissance had allowed madness into the light, the classical age saw it as scandal or shame. Families secreted mad uncles and strange cousins in asylums.
: The royal jewels were secreted away in the middle of the night, [[sub rosa]].