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specimen
used in Immortal in Death

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Definition
a sample regarded as typical of its class; or a bit of tissue, blood, or urine that is taken for diagnostic purposes
  • You'd gone to the considerable expense to procure a specimen,
    Chapter 18 (73% in)
specimen = an sample regarded as typical of its class
  • Dr. Engrave has found your specimen highly interesting.
    Chapter 14 (44% in)
  • It's a plant, all right, and valarian was used in the grafting of the specimen.
    Chapter 14 (65% in)
  • So the Immortal Blossom is a controlled specimen.
    Chapter 14 (72% in)
  • A licensed lab, such as this, or a horticulture expert can, with limitations, import a specimen.
    Chapter 14 (79% in)
  • There are a few problems with the actual specimen.
    Chapter 14 (99% in)
  • Redford has, as stated in the press conference, been charged with fraud, possessing a controlled specimen, and intent to manufacture and distribute an illegal.
    Chapter 15 (67% in)
  • A smart businessman, he's gone to the trouble, taken the risk of procuring a specimen from the Eden Colony.
    Chapter 20 (16% in)
  • Redford ordered his first specimen nine months ago, using another name and a forged license.
    Chapter 20 (17% in)

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