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gracile tu·ber·cle

the somewhat expanded upper end of the gracile fasciculus, corresponding to the position of the gracile nucleus.

clava

/cla·va/ (kla´vah) gracile tubercle.

clava

(klā′vă) plural.clavae [L., club]
An elevation on the dorsal surface of the medulla oblongata caused by the underlying nucleus gracilis, the superior extremity of the fasciculus gracilis.
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Claver finished the 6-kilometer course in 22 minutes, 34 seconds and placed 19th overall running as the Titans' only participant in the race.
Born in the northern Philippines' Bontoc on January 20, 1929, Claver was among the Church leaders who began a process of dialogue with the people during the 1970s, a time when the government stifled political dissent.
Becoming a priest shortly after arriving, Father Claver approached his ministry with the philosophy that he outlined to his helpers: "We must speak to them with our hands, before we try to speak to them with our words.
Peter Claver Fahy, the nun credited with giving Dorothy Day the first donation for The Catholic Worker, died Dec.
M-Declaration was introduced by Finance Minister Claver Gatete.
The newly appointed governor of the bank, Claver Gatete, said that inflation would be maintained below 7.
Top 10 plays for the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Regular Season Game 3 with plays of Keith Langford, Anton Gavel, Kyle Hines, Kerem Gonlum, Zoran Vrkic, Dusko Savanovic, Victor Claver, Serhiy Lishchuk, Bobby Brown, Dragan Milosavljevic, Loukas Mavrokefalidis, DeJuan Collins, Victor Claver.
COOS BAY - Lane Community College's MaCayla Claver won the Southern Region women's cross country title Saturday afternoon in 18 minutes, 40 seconds.
Some of the saints presented are well-known men and women, such as Matthew, Dismas, Augustine, Patrick, Thomas Becket, Francis, Ignatius, Peter Claver, and Matt Talbot.
Claver Gatete, National Bank of Rwanda Governor Hon.