circulus


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cir·cu·lus

, gen. and pl.

cir·cu·li

(ser'kyū-lŭs, -lī), [TA]
2. A circle formed by connecting arteries, veins, or nerves.
[L. dim. of circus, circle]

circulus

/cir·cu·lus/ (-lus) pl. cir´culi   [L.] a circle.

cir·cu·lus

, gen. and pl. circuli (sĭr'kū-lŭs, -lī) [TA]
1. Synonym(s): circle (1) .
2. A circle formed by connecting arteries, veins, or nerves.
[L. dim. of circus, circle]

circulus

see circle.

circulus arteriosus cerebri
the ring of arteries which serves as the major source of blood supply to the brain; a circle around the stalk of the pituitary gland ventral to thalamus; previously called circle of Willis.
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Ya en el Sinodo del 2015, en el apendice a los enunciados del circulus germanicus fue propuesto un "Itinerarium" del discernimiento, del examen de conciencia que el papa Francisco hizo suyo.
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Su conclusion es obvia; juventud, nueva escuela y cultura deben formar <<El circulus egregius (sic) que en todas y cada una de las direcciones tenemos que recorrer una y otra vez>> (ibid.
En outre, comme le souligne Guyot en prenant ses distances, << les crises ont eu leurs apologistes (95) >> : hygienistes de la purge du circulus economique par lui-meme, selon lesquels le bien commun de la catastrophe l'emporte sur les souffrances de la minorite.
CIRCULUS VITIOSUS BY KALOYAN ILIEV-KOKIMOTO [exhibition including photography, objects, textile works and collages]
50 CIRCULUS Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff Tel: 029 2030 4400 Enjoy a neo-Elizabethan psychedelic festive folk rock night with this ace band.
Ronan Keating If neo-Elizabethan folk rock is more your bag then get over to Chapter Arts Centre tomorrow for Circulus, while tonight the same venue hosts Your Appointment Will Be Yesterday, an evening of "sonic thought food" as different bands, DJs and weird acts battle it out.
Inquisitio enim rationis ad simplicem intelligentiam veritatis terminatur, sicut incipit a simplici intelligentia veritatis quae Fonsideratur in primis principiis; et ideo, in processu rationis est quaedam convolutio ut circulus, dum ratio, ab uno incipiens, per multa procedens, ad unum terminatur".
I was referred to O'Neill's (2003) excellent essay on the Roman imperial elite's representation of the plebian circulus as a means to survey and control unauthorized populist activity.
El termino griego [TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII] ('circulo, vuelta') fue adoptado por los domadores de caballos y usado metaforicamente por los poetas en lugar de circulus, excluido del hexametro.
En el mismo sentido de la objecion de un circulus vitiosus, no se trata de salir del circulo, a causa de cualesquiera exigencias logicas, sino de entrar correctamente en el (cf.