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stipes

(stī′pēz)
n. pl. stipites (stĭp′ĭ-tēz′)
The basal segment of the maxilla of an insect or certain other arthropods.
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Caption: Image: Marc Chagall, White Crucifixion, 1938; oil on canvas, 60 7/8 x 55 1/16 inches; gift of Alfred S.
The last week of the Lent is called Holy Week, and it contains Good Friday, commemorating the crucifixion and death of Jesus.
The image of a crucifixion caught people's imagination.
The re-enactment of Christ's crucifixion started in this city in 1955 with the staging of "Via Crucis" (Way of the Cross).
Based on the scriptural details of the Sanhedrin Trial of Jesus, the Crucifixion of Jesus was most probably on a Friday.
Exact Date of Crucifixion is Scientifically Debated
So he asked Luigi Garlaschelli of the University of Pavia, Italy, to assume different crucifixion postures, while a cannula attached to his wrist dribbled donated blood down his arm.
3) While Chaplin reasonably identifies a relative resistance to the "spectacle" (367) of crucifixion on Milton's part, he mistakenly assumes that this entails a rejection of penal-substitutionary atonement as well, and that this rejection is evident in, and supported by, Milton's Arianism.
DEVOUT Filipinos recreated grisly Crucifixion scenes by driving real nails into the palms of volunteers as part of the Easter celebrations.
Manila: A Filipino resident in central Luzon has complained on not being able to retire from an annual ritual of crucifixion because no one is willing to take his place, a radio report said.
Hawarden Singers will be at Hamilton Street Methodist Church, Hoole, Chester in the form of a 'Come and Sing' performance of Stainer''s Crucifixion on Saturday, March 23, rehearsing from 5-6.
The Crucifixion is a well known and pervasive subject in European art dating from the early 5th century in Rome.