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aula

/au·la/ (aw´lah) the red areola formed around a vaccination vesicle.

aula

An obsolete term for anteriormost portion of the third ventricle.
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Nero D'A' Avola is Sicily's Avola is Sicily's A signature grape.
The home, which brought in a new manager and made changes, was at the centre of a separate police inquiry after ex-matron Avola Humphreys was accused of manslaughter.
REES Bryant Peacefully at home, on Monday Nov 10, Bryant Rees, aged 89 years of Avola Farm, Red Roses; beloved husband of the late Phyllis, dearly loved Dad of Justin and Anne, respected father-in-law of Darren, cherished Grandad to Carys, brother of Vincent.
Westboro 6, Fitchburg 0: Jackie Avola and Sara Krane both scored twice and Cassie DiSaia and Darci Rota shared the shutout as the visiting Rangers (6-8-2, 6-2-1 Midland B) topped the Red Raiders (1-11-2, 1-7).
The grape - which produces wines frequently likened to New World shiraz - is the island's most important red variety and is named after the small Sicilian town of Avola.
The separate fitted modern kitchen, complete with a stainless steel oven, hob and hood, is painted in white avola, which is whitewashed with a grained texture, in keeping with the coastal theme.
Sicily is rather good at blending shiraz with its local star - Black Grapes of Avola.
Avola Humphreys, 61, was cleared last week of force feeding William Pettener, 94, from Lancashire, until he choked at the Bodawen nursing home in Porthmadog.
Kelly Fitzgerald, 18, said William Pettener gasped for breath and turned blue as Avola Humphreys began cramming food into him as he lay asleep after he had refused breakfast or lunch.
The former matron, Avola Humphreys, denied the manslaughter of Mr Pettener and of harming other residents at the home.
ANGELA Avola is now 16 and went missing on July 5, 1999, when she was 15 after leaving home for school in Old Brook, Milton Keynes.