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If a biopsy shows that the lump is a fibroadenoma, the lump may be left in place or removed.
When used in the design of buildings or spaces, this unit lets us lump all power sources together.
They prefer having a lump sum to an inflation-linked income.
In the bowl, mix the flour and water and stir until the mixture is creamy and lump free.
It is also incorrect to lump psychedelics together with cannabis.
Someone had given me a small lump of irregularly-shaped rock and said it was a dinosaur bone.
In a typical cancer operation, the surgeon excises a lump of flesh that is suspected to be malignant.
It is easy to lump all nuclear weapons together, and to dismiss them as equally dangerous.
Then the wolf went away to a shopkeeper and bought himself a great lump of chalk, ate this and made his voice soft with it.
Maiden serves his corn bread with a quickly vanishing lump of butter sweetened with sorghum syrup.
Using lump charcoal is the best way to go to get a good sear and crust on the meat.
If you have information--not cites exactly--that need to go in footnotes, you can lump them into the same note.
But ultimately, no matter what you receive, it's likely there's a lump of coal somewhere behind it.
Revelation lifted its head but otherwise remained as inert as a lump of clay.
The camera hound of the future wears on his forehead a lump a little larger than a walnut.
The main symptom is usually a small, non-painful lump beneath the skin.
If it bothers you that you cannot understand what someone is saying, learn that language or lump it.
Lump of labor is more truth than fallacy when it comes to demographics.
So get those bones, rocks and that lump you found under your bed last week and head to the museum to find out what they are.
There are valid reasons to oppose increasing the retirement age, but the lump of labor fallacy is not one of them.
These one pagers pick and choose information and then lump them together to make blanket statements.
If the client insists, however, you may have to lump it.
The outcome of the lumpectomy depends on the type of lump found.
Please let us not lump together farmers trying to survive in today's economy with corporate agriculture ventures.
Lump unlimited text messaging into the unlimited data plan, and you have a less expensive smartphone package.
When you lump things in little boxes, you end up in a little box yourself.
There were translucent sticks of phosphorus in water, and a fist-sized lump of iridium.
Well a news flash for all of you who lump believers into the same basket.
Administrators lump everyone together in three pools.
After a while, the leg went down but he could feel this lump moving around the leg.
The lump continues to grow, eventually becoming a full-sized arm.
At retirement a bonus of around three times the final annual salary is paid in a lump sum.
There was no lump sum payment for those who perished.
Once the buyout is complete, then they'll sell it to a foreign country for a lump sum.
It conjures the image of a cyclist pushing or carrying his duff lump of transport instead of riding it.
Particularly fortunate are parents with lump sums to invest.
To lump these economies together is to hid the risks and overstate the rewards inherent in each.
Oddly shaped battery bar makes for a strange lump in your bag.
Even the mountain's two-lump profile changes, depending on where you're looking at it from.
Their needs are so specific and colleges continue to try and lump them up.
Father, a grey lump, was then moved to the sitting room.
In fact, the paper he cited did not commit the lump of labour fallacy.
Snooty outsiders, both commentators and policymakers, tend to lump all this together.
It simply gives a lump sum to each state to be distributed in accordance with the state's own written plan.
Insurance, taxes, and benefits lump tens of thousands of dollars on top of average wages.
We tend to lump trade policies into either of two categories: free trade or protectionism.
Parents tend to lump those two actions together in their minds.
She sits in a lump, clutching her play beard, shaking with inner sobs.
If you have a lump on your thyroid, your doctor will order blood tests and an ultrasound of the thyroid gland.
Symptoms include a small, painless, red lump that develops at the site of infection and eventually turns into an ulcer.
The size may range from a single small nodule to a large neck lump.
It was kind of sad to talk to people who lump all bats in with vampire bats, saying they're evil and give you rabies.
After a few hours of sleep he returned to find a sad, deflated lump.
T he iconic image of the brain is a misshapen, yellowish lump.
Place a magnetized lump of iron next to a superconductor and an unusual effect takes place.
Please do not lump those of us who care to look at the science and related arguments, and are not convinced, with the others.
She was worried about the lump and worried about the children who were worrying about her.
Splitters, who dominate the mainstream conservation community, have decided on occasion to lump.
The next time the zooid crawls out, it sits on that lump and secretes more collagen on top.
Eventually it would consume the whole planet, leaving a lump of strangeness in its wake.
Newly grown bone tissue is visible as a faint lump near the break.
Because volume goes as radius cubed, to double the radius of your final clay ball, you'd need to lump together eight of them.
It's a logical fallacy to lump them all together study history.
Whoa, slugger, don't lump us all in with the enterprising idiots here.
When you speak of science vs anti-science you seem to lump them all up in a single pile.
Though for that matter, the plasma in a star might also feel squishy if you were to hold a lump of it in your hand.
It will quickly change from this consistency, and begin to lump, when it should be kneaded with the hands until perfectly smooth.
Then the wolf went away to a shopkeeper and brought himself a great lump of chalk, ate this and made his voice soft with it.
Ignorant readers are apt to advance everything by the lump in a writer of reputation.
Nine marks goes in one lump for house tax, three marks for land tax, nine marks for mortgage interest-that makes twenty-one marks.
Good verse is best written on good paper with an easy pen, not with a lump of coal on a whitewashed wall.
If you have accrued vacation pay at retirement, note when you'll receive that lump sum.
The waiver provides teachers with a lump sum payment for that time instead of other additional compensation.
Please do not lump all teachers into one stereotype.
Possible signs of adult soft tissue sarcoma include a lump or swelling in soft tissue of the body.
However, if the lump on the mammogram has a jagged outline and an irregular shape, more tests are needed.
We normally pay benefits in monthly payments for life rather than as a lump sum.
Possible signs of metastatic squamous neck cancer with occult primary include a lump or pain in the neck or throat.
Possible signs of adult primary liver cancer include a lump or pain on the right side.

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