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cancellus

 [kan-sel´us] (pl. cancel´li) (L.)
the lattice-like structure in bone; any structure arranged like a lattice.

can·cel·lus

, pl.

can·cel·li

(kan-sel'ŭs, -lī), Do not confuse this word with the adjective cancellous.
A latticelike structure, as in spongy bone.
[L. a grating, lattice]

cancellus

/can·cel·lus/ pl. cancel´li   [L.] the lattice-like structure in bone; any structure arranged like a lattice.

can·cel·lus

, pl. cancelli (kan-sel'ŭs, -lī)
A latticelike structure, as in spongy bone.
[L. a grating, lattice]

cancellus

pl. cancelli [L.] the lattice-like structure in bone; any structure arranged like a lattice.
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Cancello verbum videtur esse deductum a Cancellis may be loosely translated as, 'Through censorship, words are seen to be reduced to cancels'; a scribum praefectus may be understood as a governor of scribes or writers.
Another word derived from cancelli was the verb cancellare, which meant ``to make a lattice-work structure''.
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Il lettore viene condotto cosi all'interno di fabbriche in attivita ("Primo giorno in tuta blu" di Andrea Cisi) o dismesse ("La storia lungo un filo di tessuto" di Matteo Serpente); in macelli e canili comunali ("Mondo macello" e "Il mio cane abbaia tutto il giorno" di Giorgio Falco); in negozi in cui si vendono oggetti religiosi dozzinali ("Crocefissi a un euro" di Marco Di Porto); in grandi centri commerciali ("I cancelli del mondo" di Fabio Viola e Cristiano de Majo, "Anagrammi a Parco Leonardo" di Francesco Longo).
Studies have demonstrated that students who are more engaged in classroom activities demonstrate higher achievement (Brophy & Good, 1986; Cancelli, Harris, Friedman, & Yoshida, 1993; Frederick, 1977).
L'icona della vacca ritorna, eloquentemente, nella sua ultima opera, Quaderno a cancelli, con una Testimonianza di L.
Academic responding percentage levels in the 70s have been reported for students with and without disabilities in inclusive settings (Friedman, Cancelli, & Yoshida, 1988), and in the 80s during a language intervention (Greenwood, Arreaga-Mayer et al.
BRITISH hope Night Prospector finished last of the nine runners behind Pleasure Place in the Premio Cancelli at San Siro yesterday, but was beaten less than six lengths.
Preliminary reports on the use of instructional time in integrated contexts have focused almost exclusively on students with mild and moderate disabilities at elementary and middle school ages (Friedman, Cancelli, & Yoshida, 1988; Rich & Ross, 1989; Thurlow, Ysseldyke, Graden, & Algozzine, 1984; Tindal & Parker, 1987; Walter, 1983; Ysseldyke, Christenson, Thurlow, & Skiba, 1987a; Ysseldyke, Thurlow, Christenson, & Weiss, 1987b).
Moretti e turbato dalla scelta delle persone di vivere appartati: "Questo mi spaventa: cani dietro i cancelli, videocassette, pantofole".
file di villini con giardinetti coltivati a ghiaiolina bianca e glicine; di case a cinque piani velate da una leggera tinta uovo sbattuto, di cancelli e porte con una targhetta d'ottone brillante su cui all'infinito si legge: Comm.