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lacrima

, lachryma (lak′rĭ-mă) [L. lacrima, tear]
Tear fluid from eye.
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So now, Signor Giovanni, drink off your glass of lachryma.
Lachryma Christi ('Christ's Tear') is a type of what?
Vallejo's house from the American period, which he called Lachryma Montis ("Tears of the Mountain," from a nearby spring), represents more than a historic landmark to Martha McGettigan; it's the repository of her personal family history.
An allee of black walnut trees marks the entrance to Lachryma Montis, or "mountain tears" (Third St.
The Italian staples (Valpolicella, Pinot Grigio, Lachryma Christi, Barolo etc) are listed first, with prices averaging over the pounds 20 mark.
50),'' Beaux Arts Trio; ``Beethoven: The String Quartets,'' Emerson String Quartet; ``The Berlin Recital (Works of Brahms, Debussy, Franck, Mozart),'' Anne-Sophie Mutter, Lambert Orkis; ``Early Music - Lachryma Antiqua (Works of Machaut, Tye, Lamb, Dowland, Etc.
The bear flag, forerunner of California's state flag, was raised in Sonoma Plaza, the hub of what today is Sonoma State Historic Park and which also includes the Sonoma Barracks; Mission San Francisco Solano de Sonoma, California's last mission; the Toscano Hotel; Lachryma Montis, Vallejo's home; and various sites around the plaza, many of which now house art galleries and shops.
Take Lovall Valley back to the bike path, and cycle past the Plaza 1/2 mile to see Vallejo's soulful carpenter-Gothic home, Lachryma Montis (named "Tears of the Mountain" for the property's abundant springs), now part of 20-acre Sonoma Historic Park.