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globi

 [glo´bi] (L.)
1. plural of globus.
2. encapsulated globular masses containing bacilli; seen in smears of lepromatous leprosy lesions.

glo·bi

(glō'bī),
1. Plural of globus.
2. Brown bodies sometimes found in the granulomatous lesions of leprosy, in addition to the macrophages that contain the acid-fast bacilli; thought to be degenerate forms of such cells, in which the organisms are no longer viable and have become granular or amorphous.

globi

/glo·bi/ (glo´bi) plural of globus.

glo·bi

(glō'bī)
1. Plural of globus.
2. Brown bodies sometimes found in the granulomatous lesions of leprosy.

globi

plural of globus.
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Nel primo secolo dell'era cristiana, Seneca utilizza dei globi pieni d'acqua per ingrandire le dimensioni dei testi che consulta; nel XIII secolo appaiono i primi rudimentali occhiali fino a diffondersi nel XVII secolo, nelle forme del pince-nez e del face-a-main, per poi consolidarsi alla fine del XVIII secolo nelle montature.
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Italian actress Trinca, who won multiple awards for her film debut in Nanni Moretti's THE SON'S ROOM and recently won a 2013 Globi d'Oro (Italian Golden Globes) and a 2013 Nastro d'Argento for her role in Valeria Golino's MILE, co-stars.
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