basal lamina of ciliary body

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ba·sal lam·i·na of cil·i·ar·y bod·y

[TA]
the inner layer of the ciliary body, continuous with the basal layer of the choroid and supporting the pigment epithelium of the ciliary retina.

ba·sal lam·i·na of cil·i·ar·y bod·y

(bā'săl lam'i-nă sil'ē-ar-ē bod'ē)
The inner layer of the ciliary body, continuous with the basal layer of the choroid and supporting the pigment epithelium of the ciliary retina.
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He must be involved in an open and public scandal, and with you.
But, if the facts which were involved at the criminal trial can also be shown to be involved in a civil action (and in this case they can), the entire matter may be made the subject of a new legal inquiry; and the verdict of a second jury, completely vindicating your husband, may thus be obtained.