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extracellular proteinof the endotheliumof venules.
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Plz tu be addressin n e complayintz to mye lolyerz.
He rested his elba on his knee, an 'his chin on his hand, an' lookit quite at hame, like's he'd been accustomed addressin 'meetin's a' his born days.
My Man Sandy J. B. Salmond
Do you know that y'er addressin 'y'er superior officer?
Duty, and other Irish Comedies Seumas O'Brien
"Prison-ar," he sez, addressin '' ARRY (_imitation of the voice and manner of a retired Colonel_), "Prison-ar, 'ave you -- har -- hanythink to say in your beyarf -- har?"
"Aire you addressin 'yer remarks ter me?" asked Bud, looking over the back of the seat at Bud.
Ted Strong's Motor Car Edward C. Taylor
'I've been addressin' a big meetin 'at' Ammersmith this morning, and w'en I told 'em I wus comin '' ere this awfternoon to speak fur the women – well – then the usual thing began. '
The Convert 1907
The rest of the crowd sort o 'bunched in one end of the room an' when you began addressin 'the congregation, so to speak, on the habits, character, customs and breedin' of sailor-men in general an 'the present company in particular, I see right there that you was a-bitin' off more 'n you could chaw.
The Winning of Barbara Worth Harold Bell Wright 1908
Also his way of addressin 'his male parent would give another jolt to a lot of people, I suppose.
Torchy As A Pa Sewell Ford 1907
'I've been addressin' a big meetin 'at' Ammersmith this morning, and w'en I told 'em I wus comin '' ere this awfternoon to speak fur the women -- well -- then the usual thing began. '
The Convert Elizabeth Robins 1907
At the other end of the table Sadie is havin 'more or less the same experience; for every time she tries to cut in with some cheerful observation she finds she's addressin' either
Odd Numbers Being Further Chronicles of Shorty McCabe Sewell Ford 1907