(1) Closer to home, the family remained engaged in local affairs, making large donations to St Andrews Martyr's Church, where a beautiful lancet known as Forgan's Window is still preserved.(2) Thus the cathedral's most famous window, ├ö├ç├┐The Root of Jesse├ö├ç├û in the northern lancet in the west front, depicts the lineage of David and the Jewish kings, culminating in Mary and Jesus.(3) Patients use the kit's finger lancet to collect blood while routinely checking their blood glucose levels.(4) Additional heraldic shields float in the foregrounds below the flanking scenes, as well as in the lancet cusps and the adjacent tracery openings above them.(5) Once all the drops are in place, the nurse takes a tiny, pointed, plastic instrument called a lancet and scratches the skin through each droplet of extract.(6) a lancet clock(7) You must take you blood from your fingertips, using a spring-loaded ├ö├ç├┐pen├ö├ç├û and lancet .(8) Gauze, alcohol swab, lancet , and bandage are enclosed in one package and sized appropriately for either adult or pediatric patients.(9) Blood was usually taken by opening a vein with a lancet , although bloodsucking leeches were regularly used.(10) A new lancet is used for each scratch to prevent cross-contamination of allergens.(11) One of the pieces conserves part of a painted lion, probably a surviving portion of the arms of Louis d' Halluin, which seems to have disappeared from the right lancet .(12) The heraldic devices of the lancet tops and in the tracery lights represent other of Louis's and Francoise's possessions and ancestors.(13) Blood samples were obtained by finger lancet or from an arterial catheter.(14) The sharply pointed lower ends are interpreted to have articulated in the alternating tiny furrows and ridges at the adoral extremity of each lancet plate surrounding the mouth.(15) Years later, falsely imprisoned for mutilating animals with a lancet , George writes to Doyle for help.(16) In eight locations, blood samples were obtained by piercing the skin with a sterile lancet and absorbing a drop of blood on a piece of filter paper.