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GI surgery A surgically constructed vagination-'intussusception' of a short sleeve of esophagus sewn into the stomach which, as intragastric pressure ↑, is compressed, forming a functional valve–eg, Nissen fundoplication. See Nissen procedure.
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I think it's the tangible link fountain pens, so-called eversharp pencils, inkwells and the other accoutrements of a bygone age conjure up to the individuals who used them.
Scribes replaced ligheh after a while, as Aladdin have said: writer must change the ligheh of inkwell once a month and doesn't let that dust and soil sit on it.
The British Museum actually holds two Hausa inkwells in its collections, both dated to the 20th century.
It wasn't how they wanted to be covered," Angela Mensing, a former editor-in-chief of The Inkwell and a plaintiff in the lawsuit, told the Student Press Law Center.
FAILED: Megan Boal and Gillian Tynan using the old inkwell desks yesterday after new school funding falls through Picture: RAY RYAN; LAST RESORT: Principal with old desks in shed; ANCIENT: Students bringing in inkwell desks
Pad printers include Colorsafe series with enclosed inkwells.
The poison dart frog at home in the South American rain forest is used as an inkwell of sorts for, well, poison darts.
Pens in limited editions will come in 24-carat gold or sterling silver, and buyers who crack the code will win a golden inkwell.
There needs to be some delineation between the adoption process as it relates to foundation skills of pre-literate kids [with] considerably different learning experiences than middle or secondary students [who are] given choices for their own instruction," says Wilcox, who is currently CEO of Project Inkwell.
The eclectic collection, that spans five hundred years and countries from Finland to Spain, contains an early-sixteenth century diamond-point spoon, Queen Charlotte's inkwell and a silver artist's palette presented to Sir Thomas Lawrence, President of the Royal Academy.
A good example of a fine household piece might be an inkwell made from sterling silver that today might cost pounds 1,200.
As a matter of fact, " she continues, "one of our first Haitian poets suggested that we write our independence act using a white man's skin as parchment, his blood as ink and his skull as an inkwell.