01. A 3-year-old boy received a liver [transplant] in an 18-hour operation.
02. It took my uncle several months to recover from his heart [transplant] operation.
03. There is always a shortage of organs for [transplantation] in our hospitals.
04. A local man received a lung, kidney and liver [transplant] in a miraculous operation performed at a Dallas hospital.
05. If the chemotherapy treatments don't stop his cancer, they may have to do a bone marrow [transplant].
06. He has the difficult job of asking the families of people who have died if their organs can be made available for [transplants].
07. Operations on animals helped to develop organ [transplant] and open-heart surgery techniques.
08. The race was won by a [transplanted] Australian now living and training in London.
09. Oliver Wendell Holmes once remarked that many ideas grow better when [transplanted] into another mind than in the one where they sprang up.
10. Dr. Christiaan Barnard once remarked that it is infinitely better to [transplant] a heart than to bury it to be devoured by worms.
11. There is a Malagasy proverb which holds that love is like young rice: [transplanted], still it grows.
12. Studies show that women reject heart [transplants] more often than men.
13. One individual organ [transplant] donor can provide organs, bone, and tissue for 50 or more people in need.
14. In August 1996, British scientists reported they had [transplanted] the hearts of seven pigs into monkeys, the first time this had been successfully done from one species to another.
15. Of all the religions that were [transplanted] in Indonesia, Hinduism has made the greatest impact.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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