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sordes

 [sor´dēz]
foul matter collected on the lips and teeth in low fevers, consisting of food, microorganisms, and epithelial elements.
sordes gas´tricae undigested food, mucus, and other substances in the stomach.

sor·des

(sōr'dēz),
A dark brown or blackish crustlike collection on the lips, teeth, and gums of a person with dehydration associated with a chronic debilitating disease.
[L. filth, fr. sordeo, to be foul]

sordes

/sor·des/ (sor´dēz) debris, especially the encrustations of food, epithelial matter, and bacteria that collect on the lips and teeth during a prolonged fever.
sordes gas´tricae  undigested food, mucus, etc., in the stomach.

sordes

[sôr′dēz] pl. sordes
Etymology: L, sordere, to be dirty
dirt or debris, especially the crusts consisting of food, microorganisms, and epithelial cells that accumulate on teeth and lips during a febrile illness or one in which the patient takes nothing by mouth. Sordes gastricae is undigested food and mucus in the stomach.

sor·des

(sōr'dēz)
A dark brown or blackish crustlike collection on the lips, teeth, and gums of a person with dehydration associated with a chronic debilitating disease.
[L. filth, fr. sordeo, to be foul]

sor·des

(sōr'dēz)
Dark brown or blackish crustlike collection on lips, teeth, and gums of a dehydrated person associated with chronic debilitating disease.
[L. filth, fr. sordeo, to be foul]

sordes (sôr´dēz),

n an unclean material consisting of food particles, debris, skin, and microorganisms that forms a crust and gathers on the oral mucosa, lips, and teeth of a feverish or dehydrated individual with a chronic incapacitating condition.

sordes

foul matter collected on the lips and teeth in low fevers, consisting of food, microorganisms and epithelial elements.
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Organizzazione e responsabile", en Sordes Urbis, Roma, 2000, p.
Para entonces, el supuesto venia expresado sinteticamente con frases como: "iudex que corruptus per sordes iudicauit" o "iudex, qui pecunia corruptus iniustitiam facit" (63).
Hrotsvit, however, once again elides the focus on Mary, substituting instead Effrem's and Abraham's discussion of the details of Mary's penance, specifically Effrem's affirmation and praise of the justice achieved through the penance Abraham imposes on Mary: "Aequum est ut inique sordes delectationis eliminentur acerbitate cstigationis" (It is only right / that the filth of her sinful delight / be purged by the bitter severity of her plight).
Sobre este aspecto nos remitimos a la reunion celebrada en Roma: Sordes Urbis.
96-98: "Itaque veteres plurimi ornari existimabant epistolam simplicitate et excultissimam esse sine cultu, modo abessent sordes, ut venerabilior est ille matrona simplex et parabilis ornatus quam splendidus et sumptuosus.
Alciati's allegorical reading of the episode brings out its connection with intellectual enterprise: Hercules "expurgat sordes, & cultum mentibus addit" ("cleans out filth, and brings new refinement to men's minds").
The marginal note for the section on butchery confirms the connection as it calls the reader's attention to the association of such "tainted" air, butcher's filth, and plague: "Tabes ac sordes pestem inuehit ciuitatibus.
During the 1980s, Sanofi Bioindustries took advantage of the regrouping of a number of France's oldest perfume houses, such as Chiris, Tombarel Freres, Sordes, Santorini and Mero, to increase their Moroccan production by transferring machinery and technology from France, recently acquired by Biolandes Parfumerie, a Grasse-based company.
Sordes pilosus and the nature of pterosaur flight apparatus.
The Asian species bears the name Sordes pilosus, or "hairy devil," because parts of its wings had small wavy fibers, which Soviet paleontologists interpreted as fur when they first described the animal in 1971.
Quod autem de [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] portento hic ait, praeterquam quod pudet pigetque mouere has sordes, hactenus est etiam refutatum.