Calot

Ca·lot

(kah-lō'),
Jean-François, French surgeon, 1861-1944. See: Calot triangle.
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Its long, lithe body is supported by ten powerful legs, its enormous jaws are equipped, like those of the calot, or Martian hound, with several rows of long needle-like fangs; its mouth reaches to a point far back of its tiny ears, while its enormous, protruding eyes of green add the last touch of terror to its awful aspect.
Curses on that calot of his that warned him toward the safer avenue
Ey, O-Tar, they elude thy guard but not the wise old calot, I-Gos.
That you will be thrown to the wild calots [dogs] in the great arena as soon as the hordes have assembled for the yearly games.
Tell me that there is another, and I shall cut out his foul heart and fling it to the wild calots of the dead sea-bottoms
Mansuy JM, Legrand-Abravanel F, Calot JP, Peron JM, Alric L, Agudo S, et al.
Intraoperatively, because of severe inflammation and dense adhesions in the region of the Calot triangle and bleeding arising from the porta hepatis which obscured the operating field, the method was converted to a conventional open approach.
Calot, 'Cohort reproductive patterns in low-fertility countries', Population and Development Review, vol.
Do not dissect the triangle of Calot until all structures are easily recognized.
suggest in their discussion of international differences in teenage fertility (Westoff, Calot & Foster, 1983), and as Canada's policymakers have recognized in their policy and programme recommendations for improving sexual and reproductive health (Health Canada, 1999), provision of the sexual health services required by sexually active Canadians (e.
There are also thoats, hairless beasts of burden equipped as well with extra limbs, four on each side; calots, enormous, toadlike watchdogs; fearsome white apes; creepy plant men with mouths in their hands; and two warring city states, Helium and Zadonga, inhabited by red-complexioned humanoids.
Spring onions, or rather a specific type of spring onion - the blanca gran tardana known locally as calots - are celebrated heartily by the people of Catalunya in the north-eastern corner of Spain.