pontile


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pon·tile

, pontine (pon'tīl; -tēn, -tīn),
Relating to a pons.

pontile, pontine

See pons.

pon·tile

, pontine (pon'tīl, pon'tēn)
Relating to a pons.
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During my stay, I spot former Charlie's Angel Cheryl Ladd in the intimate Pontile bar.