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pal·mar

(pahl'măr), [TA] Avoid the incorrect spelling palmer.
Referring to the palm of the hand; volar.
Synonym(s): palmaris [TA]
[L. palmaris, fr. palma]

palmar

(păl′mər, päl′-, pä′mər)
adj.
Of, relating to, or corresponding to the palm of the hand or an animal's paw: palmar folds.

palmar

[pal′mər]
Etymology: L, palma
pertaining to the palm.

palmar

adjective Pertaining to the palm of the hand.

pal·mar

(pahl'măr) [TA]
Pertaining to the palm of the hand or the caudal aspect of the carpus on the forelimb of an animal.
[L. palmaris, fr. palma]

palmar

Pertaining to the palm of the hand. Compare PLANTAR.

palmar (pälˑ·mer),

adj pertaining to the palm or anterior surface of the hand.

palmar

descriptive of the palm of the human hand, or of the homologous surface or direction of the limbs of other animal species.

palmar nerve block
see plantar nerve block.
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Palmo now heads the Dongyu Gatsar Ling nunnery in Himachal Pradesh.
It shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone if the disproportionately loud set of Mahony critics within the church sought to seize upon the story to attain their long-sought goal of nothing less than his scalp," Palmo said.
Palmo is a licensed professional counselor and licensed psychologist.
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Nel mezo de questo getta un certo ramo che fa li fiori a modo de un pede de fave; e poi fa alcuni frutti che sonno longhi mezo palmo e un palmo; e sonno grossi come una asta de una zanetta.
BUDDHIST NUN TENZIN PALMO, WHO LIVED ALONE IN A CAVE IN NORTHERN INDIA FOR 12 YEARS.
The teacher is Jigme Rinpoche, spiritual director and co-founder of Palmo Center for Peace & Education and the Eugene Sakya Center.
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Presently the most senior Tibetan Buddhist nun, Tenzin Palmo was the second Western woman to undergo novice ordination as a Tibetan Buddhist nun (Mackenzie 43).
He is inspired by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Tenzin Palmo and the Tibetan people.
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