One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Larger prey is first drowned and then broken up into swallowable chunks.’
- ‘‘Right now we're developing these chips for brain stimulators, bladder control devices, and even a swallowable camera,’ notes Pelletier.’
- ‘Dr. Annette Smith and colleagues at the University College London have successfully tested in humans a small swallowable gut camera that can be steered around in the gut.’
- ‘A recent issue of Gastroenterology reports on animal studies describing a swallowable capsule that can transmit video images as it travels through the small intestine.’
- ‘But if anything, people seemed to appreciate us putting the text in a more swallowable form.’
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