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evacuate (one's) bowels

To defecate. Hang on, I've got to evacuate my bowels before we leave the house.
See also: bowel, evacuate

evacuate one's bowels

Euph. to defecate. After taking a jog around the block, Jill felt the need to evacuate her bowels. I am afraid my little boy is sick. He has not evacuated his bowels for several days.
See also: bowel, evacuate

evacuate someone (from something) (to something)

to remove someone from something or some place to another thing or place, as in an emergency. They had to evacuate everyone from the subway station to a nearby building. The rescuers evacuated the people from the flames.
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Future research would also need to address the question of whether the reduction in nosocomial pneumonia rates came primarily from the 0.12% chlorhexidine gluconate mouthrinse or from the suctioning of oral secretions and mouth debris by the Plak-Vac[TM] Oral Evacuator Brush.
After the smoke evacuator was activated, the excision was made under colposcopic observation.
Current methods to limit laser plume exposure include suctioning the plume with a smoke evacuator, using of a barrier device placed over the skin, and wearing a face mask constructed to filter nanoparticles, such as an N95 mask.
For example, something as simple as a torn bore evacuator O-ring can result in a deadly flareback!
The components comprise the insert barrel with smoke evacuator and coupling, a sound absorber, the barrel fixing element, ammunition storage and a breech opening unit, for use with the Swiss Pz 87 and other Leopard II tanks.
The volume range of the adjustable audible activation tones was measured using a Quest Electronic Impulse sound level meter (model 2700) except for the Utah Medical ESUS, in which the built-in smoke evacuator noise masked the activation tone.
AirSeal consists of a valve-free trocar with continuous pressure sensing and an integrated insufflator and smoke evacuator. AirSeal has been used in more than 250,000 procedures worldwide.
Surgiquest, a leading provider of innovative access technologies for minimally invasive surgery (MIS) is now offering the Surgiquest Airseal insufflator with built in smoke evacuator.
evacuator and saliva ejector Telling patients not May prevent backflow of material in the to close their lips vacuum line toward patients' mouths.
Bore Evacuator. Condemn the bore evacuator when visible damage to the composite material (e.g., breaks in the fiberglass) on the exterior surface (punctures, cracks, dents, severe abrasion, distortion, hammer marks) is present.
When using a smoke evacuator the tip needs to be as close as possible to the smoke production site.
Vermeer has expanded its family of Evacuator vacuum excavation systems with the E550 and E900 high-cfm systems capable of delivering 1,000 cfm for more efficient potholing and cleanup of spoils.
Under laboratory conditions, ACM's client company tested the smoke evacuator attachments on a few pounds of hamburger meat, weighing the smoke and particulates collected over time.
The engine package supplied by Isuzu includes a Donaldson dry-type air filter with evacuator valve, cartridge-type engine lube oil filter with bypass valve and a cartridge-type fuel filter.