01. Does smoking cigarettes destroy brain [cells]?
02. The prisoner was confined to his [cell] for the day.
03. He is vulnerable to infection because his body is not producing enough white blood [cells].
04. Cancer [cells] tend to divide very quickly.
05. The prisoner was locked up in his [cell] all day after getting in a fight with another inmate.
06. This new medicine is supposed to attack diseased [cells], and destroy them.
07. The [cells] of our body are made up mostly of water.
08. There is a Bantu proverb which observes that the earth is a beehive; we all enter by the same door, but live in different [cells].
09. Jellyfish defend themselves with specialized stinging [cells].
10. I read somewhere that the [cells] that make up the antlers of a moose are the fastest growing animal [cells] in nature.
11. The largest [cell] in the human body is the female ovum.
12. A dog's nose has more than 200 scent-receiving [cells].
13. The bloodstream serves to distribute oxygen to all the [cells] of the body.
14. Red blood [cells] carry oxygen around your body, and white blood [cells] fight disease.
15. The [cells] in our body come in many different shapes and sizes, and serve countless different functions.
16. Within the clock tower of Big Ben, there are jail [cells] where members of Parliament can be imprisoned.
17. The prisoner spent his time sitting in his [cell] reading or writing letters.
18. In spite of some differences, animal and plant [cells] do have a similar basic structure.
19. [Cellular] structure is a characteristic of all living material.
20. Graham Greene once observed that it is impossible to go through life without trust: that is to be imprisoned in the worst [cell] of all, oneself.
21. Thomas Tutko once suggested that your emotions affect every [cell] in your body. Mind and body, mental and physical, are intertwined.

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