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emissary

 [em´ĭ-sar″e]
1. affording an outlet, as an emissary vein (see anatomic Table of Veins in the Appendices).

em·is·sar·y

(em'i-sār-ē),
1. Relating to, or providing, an outlet or drain.
2. Synonym(s): emissary vein
[see emissarium]

emissary

/em·is·sa·ry/ (em´ĭ-sĕ-re)
1. affording an outlet, as an emissary vein.

emissary

(1) Any outlet or drain.
(2) Emmisary vein; vena emissaria [NA6].

em·is·sa·ry

(em'i-sar-ē)
1. Relating to, or providing, an outlet or drain.
2. Synonym(s): emissary vein.

emissary

affording an outlet, referring especially to the venous outlets from the dural sinuses through the skull.
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Aside from bribery charges, the emissary might also face an administrative case in connection with the incident.
At the same time, Press Secretary Cerge Remonde, spokesman of President Gloria Arroyo said the government has chosen a new emissary who is known to Abu Sayyaf leader Albader Parad who is still holding two Red Cross workers, Swiss national Andreas Notter, 38, and Italian Eugenio Vagni, 62.
Of course, we would welcome others among you to join us in this effort so that more professors can learn about what appears in Nieman Reports and look for ways to use its content as part of their teaching tools, lf you would be willing to become an emissary, for Nieman Reports, please contact our editorial assistant, Sarah Hagedorn, at 617-496-2968 or by e-mail at sarah_hagedorn@/harvard.
A second body of photographs, from the series "Apparition," 2003, presents a lush forest that, in each shot, is cleaved into a flattened foreground containing a vaporous haze--an emissary from the beyond, or perhaps just a wisp of smoke--and a vertiginous background composed of multiple, conflicting orthogonals.
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To a suffering servant, Jesus of Nazareth, who was Himself an emissary, an emissary from God.
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