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dorsum

 [dor´sum] (pl. dor´sa) (L.)
1. the back; the posterior surface of the human body in the anatomical position.
2. the aspect of an anatomical structure or part corresponding in position to the back.

dor·sa

(dōr'să),
Plural of dorsum.

dorsa

(dôr′sə)
n.
Plural of dorsum.

dorsa

A formal term referring to the dorsal surface of a particular region of the body.

dor·sa

(dōr'să)
Plural of dorsum.
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and at Public Service Enterprise Group, Dorsa served as senior vice president and CFO of Avaya, Inc.
Dorsa, who will compete for the US from now on, won three gold medals at the Asian Youth Chess Championships, in 2012, 2013 and 2014.
Biogen Idec chairman, William Young, said that Caroline Dorsa brings exceptional financial expertise, strong strategic thinking and a deep knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry to the board.
On the human-resource side, Merck has used the Internet to visit other companies' home pages to compare their policies and practices on diversity and worklife issues, Dorsa reveals.
Pahlevanzadeh said Dorsa had never been a major member of Iran's national chess team.
There are more people involved, the stakes are higher and the timelines are tighter," Dorsa said.
Young Dorsa becomes sleepless and fevered, sees apparitions in the apartment that seem, to her child's eyes, potent and real.
Credit unions seldom receive gifts like this," said Bob Dorsa, president of the American Credit Union Mortgage Association.
The mountain examined in the latest paper is called Janiculum Dorsa and ranges in height from about 0.
Any credit union that wants to start or expand a housing finance program needs to hire or retain the right people, defined as hiring people to find and competitively process and close loans," wrote Robert Dorsa, president of the American Credit Union Mortgage Association.