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ce·ca

(sē'kă),
Plural of cecum.

ceca

(sē′kə)
n.
Plural of cecum.

ce·ca

(sē'kă)
Plural of cecum.
Synonym(s): caeca.

ceca

plural of cecum.
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Sin embargo, cabe preguntarse que tanto se cumplia la legislacion real cuando la ceca funcionaba con total autonomia y se concedian privilegios de excepcion a los oficiales mayores.
CECA (Midlands) represents civil engineering contractors across Derbyshire, Herefordshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Northamptonshire, Rutland, Shrop shire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, West Midlands, Worcesters hire and the Peterborough area of Cambridgeshire.
At the end of March, CECA began installing the PC login kits to register the palm vein patterns of their PC users and implement user authentication through the authentication device.
La ceca de cuno bajo medieval quedaba de lado dando paso a la modernidad.
What, I repeat, did Ceca think she was doing marrying him?
The other organ, the ceca, is a pouch connected to the large intestine.
Cuando una persona va de un lado para otro sin sentido alguno, se dice que va "de la Ceca a la Meca".
Sitting next to him was his singer wife, Ceca, dripping with diamonds, and hanging on every word her bloodthirsty husband said.
Genital pore and cirrus sac in posterior third of body or at posterior tip of body, some distance from ventral sucker, ventral to gonads or ventral to ceca.
But when Ceca takes off her sequins and goes home to her luxury Belgrade mansion, she sleeps with a man whose hands are stained with the blood of innocents.
Because the ceca are where Salmonella reside, Corrier notes, "if you can keep them out of there, they're out of the bird.