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  • 161 sulcus — noun (plural sulci) Etymology: Latin; akin to Old English sulh plow, Greek holkos furrow, helkein to pull Date: 1662 furrow, groove; especially a shallow furrow on the surface of the brain separating adjacent convolutions …

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  • 162 drill — I. verb Etymology: Dutch drillen Date: 1619 transitive verb 1. a. to fix something in the mind or habit pattern of by repetitive instruction < drill pupils in spelling > b. to impart or communicate by repetition < impossible to drill the simplest …

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  • 163 List of Latin words with English derivatives — This is a list of Latin words with derivatives in English (and other modern languages). Ancient orthography did not distinguish between i and j or between u and v. Many modern works distinguish u from v but not i from j. In this article both… …

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  • 164 Center pivot irrigation — Satellite image of circular fields characteristic of center pivot irrigation Center pivot irrigation (sometimes called central pivot irrigation), also called circle irrigation, is a method of crop irrigation in which equipment rotates around a… …

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  • 165 Ice climbing — Ice climbing, as the term indicates, is the activity of ascending inclined ice formations. Usually, ice climbing refers to roped and protected climbing of features such as icefalls, frozen waterfalls, and cliffs and rock slabs covered with ice… …

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  • 167 East Goscote — is a village and civil parish in the Charnwood district of Leicestershire, England, just north of Syston. It is a medium sized village with a population of approximately 3,000.The name is taken from East Goscote, one of the old hundreds (an area… …

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  • 168 Apollo's belt — Apollo (the Adonis of Centocelle), Roman after a Greek original (Ashmolean Museum) The iliac furrow, also known as an athlete s girdle, Apollo s Belt or an Adonis belt, is a term for a part of the human anatomy. It refers to either one of two… …

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  • 169 Field system — The study of field systems (collections of fields) in landscape history is concerned with the size, shape and orientation a number of fields. These are often adjacent, but may be separated by a later feature. Contents 1 Types of field system 2… …

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  • 170 Justitia (genus) — Taxobox name = Justitia regnum = Animalia phylum = Arthropoda subphylum = Crustacea classis = Malacostraca ordo = Decapoda subordo = Pleocyemata infraordo = Achelata familia = Palinuridae genus = Justitia genus authority = Holthuis, 1946… …

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  • 171 groove — grooveless, adj. groovelike, adj. groover, n. /groohv/, n., v., grooved, grooving. n. 1. a long, narrow cut or indentation in a surface, as the cut in a board to receive the tongue of another board (tongue and groove joint), a furrow, or a… …

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  • 172 orthopteran — /awr thop teuhr euhn/, adj. 1. orthopterous. n. 2. an orthopterous insect. [1895 1900; < NL Orthopter(a) (see ORTHOPTERON) + AN] * * * ▪ insect Introduction   broadly, any member of one of four insect orders. Orthopteran has come to be regarded… …

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  • 173 rut — rut1 /rut/, n., v., rutted, rutting. n. 1. a furrow or track in the ground, esp. one made by the passage of a vehicle or vehicles. 2. any furrow, groove, etc. 3. a fixed or established mode of procedure or course of life, usually dull or… …

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  • 174 Sita — /see tah/, n. (in the Ramayana) the wife of Ramachandra, abducted by Ravana and later rescued. * * * In Hindu mythology, the consort of Rama. She sprang from a furrow when King Janaka was plowing his field, and Rama won her as his bride by… …

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  • 175 irrigation and drainage — ▪ agriculture Introduction  artificial application of water to land and artificial removal of excess water from land, respectively. Some land requires irrigation or drainage before it is possible to use it for any agricultural production; other… …

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  • 176 Vallecula — An anatomic term for a crevice, furrow or depression. There are a variety of valleculae including one in the brain, another in the nail matrix, etc. However, used alone, the term vallecula usually applies to the epiglottic vallecula, a depression …

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  • 177 delirium — An altered state of consciousness, consisting of confusion, distractibility, disorientation, disordered thinking and memory, defective perception (illusions and hallucinations), prominent hyperactivity, agitation and autonomic …

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  • 178 raphe — The line of union of two contiguous, bilaterally symmetrical structures. SYN: rhaphe. [G. rhaphe, suture, seam] amnionic r. the line of fusion of the amnionic folds over the embryo in reptiles, birds, and certain mammals. r. anococcygea SYN …

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  • 179 wrinkle — A furrow, fold, or crease in the skin, particularly with increasing occurrence as a result of sun exposure or, in perioral skin, cigarette smoking; associated with degeneration of dermal elastic tissue. * * * wrin·kle …

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  • 180 Mark Miodownik — Do you have a picture of Mark Miodownik? Please, post here. Nationality …

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