I inhaled great draughts of the dry, pure air, which seemed to penetrate to my very toes, and open every air cell in my body.
The size of the air cell is commonly taken as a guide to the age of the egg.
Evaporation of water from the egg further shrinks the contents and increases the size of the air cell.
The air cell termed clavicular sends a process outward towards the arm, along with the blood vessels which supply the arm.
It is built of iron, surrounded with air cell asbestos board, so as to maintain a cooking temperature of 400° Fahr.
air cell n.
A terminal dilation of the bronchiole where gas exchange is thought to occur.
Spaces that contain air in the bones of the skull.