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falx

 [falks] (pl. fal´ces) (L.)
a sickle-shaped structure.
falx cerebel´li the fold of dura mater separating the cerebellar hemispheres.
falx ce´rebri a sickle-shaped fold of dura mater in the longitudinal fissure, which separates the two cerebral hemispheres.

fal·ces

(fawl'sēz),
Plural of falx.

falces

(făl′sēz′, fôl′-)
n.
Plural of falx.

falx

[falks, fôlks] pl. falces
Etymology: L, sickle
1 n, a sickle-shaped structure.
2 adj, sickle-shaped.

fal·ces

(fal'sēz)
Plural of falx.
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Regardless of the witness trying to stop him, Smith still managed to escape, leaving the witness to take care of Falce while they waited for paramedics to arrive to the scene.
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A translation of a work originally published in Italy as La Falce spezzata.
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53-56: <<Iam seges est, ubi Troia fuit, resecandacuue falce / luxuriat Phrygio sanguine pinguis humus, / semiseprnlta virum curvis feriuntur aratris / ossa>> 'En donde estuvo Troya crecen ahora las mieses, y la tierra por la que se mete la hoz se halla fecundada por la sangre frigia; los curvos arados chocan contra los huesos mal sepultados de los hombres'.
Ghidini and Falce conclude that this consumer protection directive aims at creating a real internal market in the EU, making it easier and less expensive for firms to sell cross-border and increase customer choices at highly competitive prices.
As skin ages, it undergoes numerous progressive and degenerative changes both intrinsic and extrinsic (Farage, Miller, Beradesca, & Maibach, 2009; Ronda & Falce, 2002).
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5) Ne prendare cave, prenso nec fuste nocebo, / saeva nec incurva vulnera falce dabo: / traiectus conto sic extendere pedali / ut culum rugam non habuisse putes (CP 11).
Palmiro Togliatti, 'Guerra di classe', in Falce e martello, 8 May 1920.