vitals波兰语

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But during the evening, feeling the necessity of venting on somebody the wrath which had been gnawing at his vitals since his last trip to Buenos Aires, he interrupted the singer.
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Their water was greenish, still water, rain water with a scum of vegetation perforated by the respiratory bubbles of the little organisms coming to life in its vitals.
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above and below, she would pierce his imperial vitals. Immediately there resounded in her imagination, shouts of joy, the gigantic sigh of millions of women freed at last from the bloody nightmare,
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He had a citified air about him that ate into Tom's vitals.
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He rose from the scooped-out red velvet seat with a feeling of constriction about his vitals.
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Linden felt everything in her own vitals and wanted to shriek.
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The monsters who had hovered about his neck were battening on his vitals now.
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All she needs to do is check his vitals and administer the sedative every four hours.
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And she comes running out with a sharpie and immediately starts digging guys out and taking their vitals.
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Both the E.E.G. and all her vitals have been -
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同义词

a bodily organ that is essential for life: vital organ, organ


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