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 [ko´nus] (pl. co´ni) (L.)
1. a cone-shaped structure.
2. posterior staphyloma of the myopic eye.
conus arterio´sus the anterosuperior portion of the right ventricle of the heart, at the entrance to the pulmonary trunk. Called also infundibulum.
conus medulla´ris the cone-shaped lower end of the spinal cord, at the level of the upper lumbar vertebrae.


Plural of conus.


Abbreviation for:
Care Of the Next Infant (Medspeak-UK)


Plural of conus.
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This suggests that readers could be migrating to more luxury bedding fare, Cuneo said.
The Cuneo is estimated to sell tomorrow for between pounds 20,000 to pounds 25,000.
Cuneo is at his best evoking the Ozark mountain culture in Missouri where Mease was raised.
Mitchell, who had left Cuneo and worked with Ink Masters, Midwest Ink and Graphic Color, would later join Spectrum Inks.
In making her case, Cuneo sensibly rejects previous attempts to find a common underlying hermeneutic or contextual structure for the series, stressing instead the multivalence of the paintings as a deliberate choice, relating the themes to the manipulative usage of themes from ancient history as a political tool advocated by Machiavelli, Wimpfeling, and by Wilhelm's own historian, Aventinus -- who referred to his own writing as "art" (Kunst).
At my first board meeting, the outgoing EVP did not sit at the same table with the board members," says Cuneo in recalling his first day.
From beginning to end," writes Cuneo, "he insisted [that] the Second Vatican Council was a demonic conspiracy aimed at subverting the traditions of the church and thereby preparing the way for an atheistic world order" (103).
In his earlier examination of the pro-life movement in Toronto, Catholics against the Church (1989), Cuneo made the same mistake.
One plaintiff, former broker Pamela Martens, 49, said Cuneo grabbed her and kissed her on the lips during her only visit to the basement room.
In spite of her winning the prestigious Prix des Libraires (Prize of the French Booksellers Association) in 1995 and several other literary distinctions and awards in past years, Anne Cuneo (b.
Marbles has developed a one-of-a-kind brain fitness store concept with a unique merchandising strategy," said Cuneo.