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lacrima

, lachryma (lak′rĭ-mă) [L. lacrima, tear]
Tear fluid from eye.
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So now, Signor Giovanni, drink off your glass of lachryma."
A polysaccharide fraction of adlay seed (Coix lachryma jobi L.) induces apoptosis in human non-small cell lung cancer A549 cells.
(4,5) Spee located the center of the curve along "A horizontal line through the middle of the orbits behind the crista lachryma posterior".
Lachryma Christi ('Christ's Tear') is a type of what?
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He was so tired from the day that he fell asleep right in the child's chair pushed up to the table in the restaurant, and they would sit for a long time, drinking "Lachryma Christi" wine from the slopes of Vesuvius, listening to the snuffling of the sleeping child, and the plashing of the waves.
An allee of black walnut trees marks the entrance to Lachryma Montis, or "mountain tears" (Third St.
Vallejo's house from the American period, which he called Lachryma Montis ("Tears of the Mountain," from a nearby spring), represents more than a historic landmark to Martha McGettigan; it's the repository of her personal family history.
The Italian staples (Valpolicella, Pinot Grigio, Lachryma Christi, Barolo etc) are listed first, with prices averaging over the pounds 20 mark.
Take Lovall Valley back to the bike path, and cycle past the Plaza 1/2 mile to see Vallejo's soulful carpenter-Gothic home, Lachryma Montis (named "Tears of the Mountain" for the property's abundant springs), now part of 20-acre Sonoma Historic Park.