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Synonyms for connective tissuecon·nec·tive tis·sue

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  1. connective tissuenoun

    tissue of mesodermal origin consisting of e.g. collagen fibroblasts and fatty cells; supports organs and fills spaces between them and forms tendons and ligaments

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  1. Jorgen Vestbo:

    In addition, secondhand smoke exposure leads to irritation and inflammation in the airways and if this becomes chronic there will be scarring (deposition of connective tissue) in the walls of the airways making them smaller and stiffer.

  2. Malcolm Spellman:

    But there’s no connective tissue between us and what’s coming out in the media, i don’t know that we can change anyone’s mind but what people have to understand is, and what we are obligated to repeat in every interview is : We’ve got black aunties. We’ve got black nephews, uncles. Black parents and black grandparents. We deal with them every single day. We deal with the struggle every single day. And people don’t have to get on board with what we’re doing based on a press release. But when they’re writing about us, and commenting about us, they should be mindful of the fact that there are no sell-outs involved in this show.

  3. Leah Keller:

    It takes a long time for that connective tissue to come back to its original tone.

  4. Eric Brewer:

    Some big decisions come out of meetings between the President and foreign leaders that bear on policy direction, nSC staff are the connective tissue between the White House and interagency. So giving a readout of these calls and meetings to the interagency is critical to getting things done.

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