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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.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

fal·ces

(fawl'sēz),
Plural of falx.
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falces

(făl′sēz′, fôl′-)
n.
Plural of falx.
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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.
N'a pas dure longtemps Poi venne la falce Vint le tour de la faux che il grano taglio Qui tailla les tiges e un colpo di vento i Et un coup de vent qui papaveri in alto porto.
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Two new models - Falce a time trial bike and Chiaro an aero frame bike - have now been designed.
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The "fawty and falce" (felonious and false) (2382) Gawain shows that courtliness and treachery shadow one another.
A translation of a work originally published in Italy as La Falce spezzata.
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