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sacra

(sā′krə, săk′rə)
n.
Plural of sacrum.
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A total of 75 (seventy-five] dried, completely ossified, grossly normal adult human sacra of unknown sex were assessed.
Fusion at the lumbosacral junction, sacrum and coccyx distinguishes human sacra from other hominoid sacra.
Sacra, the Family Health Center physician from Holden who contracted the Ebola virus last fall, recovered and then returned to Liberia to continue his work, said following the ceremony he was honored, but knows others also deserve credit.
Being Promised is part of the Sacra Doctrina Series that analyzes different Christian theological topics for the postmodern culture.
In quo est, quos deos publice t sacra ac sacrificia colere et facere quemque par sit.
This volume consists of two legal sources of the origin of the Sacra Infermeria Hospital of the Order of Malta, or the Order of Saint John, at La Valletta during the 17th and 18th century.
Sacra contracted the fatal virus while he was treating patients in Liberia.
They said they will apply the lessons learned while treating American aid worker Rick Sacra in September.
Rick Sacra said at a news conference that the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had cleared him of the Ebola virus.
aid worker Rick Sacra were treated with the convalescent serum.
Richard Sacra, a 15-year ELWA veteran, immediately volunteered to leave his family in suburban Boston and return to the hospital when Writebol and Brantly got sick.
Sacra walked onto the airplane in Liberia on Thursday.