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marrow in Human topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmarrowmar‧row /ˈmærəʊ $ -roʊ/ noun  1 [uncountable]HBAHBH the soft fatty substance in the hollow centre of bones syn bone marrow a bone marrow transplant2 [countable, uncountable] British EnglishDF a large long dark green vegetable that grows on the ground3 chilled/frozen/shocked etc to the marrow
Examples from the Corpus
marrowIf it was conditioning it was deep as her bones and marrow.On May 29, a bone marrow test confirmed the worst.Other potential side effects of colchicine include bone marrow depression, hepatotoxicity, alopecia, neurologic disturbances, and renal damage.My bone marrow was harvested a couple of weeks ago and the whole thing was a piece of cake.Her mentor, Jim Teyechea, pushed Nogales' plight into the national spotlight, before he died of bone marrow cancer.Radium is readily absorbed into the body where it concentrates in the bone marrow and gives off very damaging alpha particles.