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Car·ri·ón

(kah-rē-on[h]'),
Daniel A., Peruvian medical student, 1859-1885, who inoculated himself with a disease later designated as Carrión disease, and died thereof. See: Carrión disease.

carrion

(kăr′ē-ən)
n.
Dead and decaying flesh.
adj.
1. Of or similar to dead and decaying flesh.
2. Feeding on such flesh.
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Carrion will permanently suffer from limited range of motion in her finger, along with pain, discomfort, emotional distress and interference with her normal activities, according to the lawsuit.
Todo ello, esa combinacion de elementos socioculturales que Marta Garcia Carrion describe y analiza con cuidado, nos permitira entender mejor el desarrollo de la idea de nacion en Espana durante el primer tercio del siglo, con su fuerte componente esencialista.
As with all the properties at the development, the Carrion showhome has been designed to reflect and blend with the surrounding environment, with Queensberry ensuring the classic appearance of the property is offset by a number of contemporary touches.
En la actualidad existe cierto silencio sobre la enfermedad de Carrion, probablemente debido a la baja prevalencia a nivel nacional de los ultimos anos--212, 112, 76 y 29 casos en 2007, 2008, 2009 y 2010 respectivamente (5)--, pese a que se sabe, por experiencias pasadas, que hay buenas probabilidades de que se produzca un nuevo brote durante los proximos anos.
No blowfly maggots were present on the carrion, but numerous adult histerids, trogids and staphylinids of various species, some adult silphids (Thanatophilus mutilatus), clerids (Necrobia rufipes) and dermestids (Dermestes maculatus), and a few larval muscids (Hydrotaea sp.
Behind ir ali was the process of liberation from theoretical patterns of Europeans and Americans, a Eurocentrism Carrion states must be overcome.
Carrion, along with his fiendish grandmother, Mater Motley, suspects that whatever Candy is, she could spoil his plans to take control of the Abarat.
At night, they act when the moon is full," Carrion said.
It is not uncommon to find toxicants that caused death in tissues of carrion as well as in insects and other animals that feed on such carrions.
En 2008 se publico una antologia de textos de Jorge Carrion (1913-2005), auspiciada por el Instituto de Investigaciones Economicas de las Universidad Nacional y la Direccion General de Cultura de la Delegacion Tlalpan, compiladapor Josefina Morales, Marta Quesada y Oscar Alzaga, bajo el titulo de La educacion y el movimiento del 68.
The findings provide compelling evidence that paediatricians should routinely screen children for trauma exposures, said Carrion, who is also a child psychiatrist at Packard Children's.