What are organs?

  • (noun): Edible viscera of a butchered animal.
    Synonyms: variety meat

Some articles on organs, organ:

List Of Reborn! Antagonists - Kokuyo Gang - Chrome Dokuro
... accident at the cost of her right eye and several of her organs ... Mukuro allowed her to live by creating illusionary organs for her with his illusion, intertwining their existence ... to be acknowledged as individual and wanting to keep living with Mukuro's illusionary organs, causing her health deteriorating ...
Murray M. Harris - Harris Organs
... the need for more churches and, in turn, for more organs ... This meant that there was a large demand for organs there and Harris intended to meet this demand ... Consequently, many of the organs produced went to area churches ...
Sensory Organs Of Gastropods - Olfactory Organs
... gastropods the most important sensory organs are the olfactory organs which are located on the tips of the 4 tentacles ... In opisthobranch marine gastropods, the chemosensory organs are two protruding structures on top of the head ...
Samtgemeinde - Organs
... Samtgemeinden have three organs the Samtgemeinde mayor (German Samtgemeindebürgermeister), elected directly every eight years the Samtgemeinde council, (German Samtgemeinderat) elected ...
Samuel Renn
1786 – 11 January 1845) was an English organ builder who ran a business in Stockport, and later he traded in Manchester ... and in 1799 was apprenticed to his uncle, James Davis, an organ builder in London ... Renn became his foreman and supervised organ installations and maintenance in London and in Lancashire ...

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    My advice to people today is as follows: If you take the game of life seriously, if you take your nervous system seriously, if you take your sense organs seriously, if you take the energy process seriously, you must turn on, tune in, and drop out.
    Timothy Leary (b. 1920)

    A car can massage organs which no masseur can reach. It is the one remedy for the disorders of the great sympathetic nervous system.
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    It seems that nature, having taken such wise care to fit the organs of our body for our happiness and convenience, gave us also pride, to spare us the pain of knowing our own imperfections.
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