nevose

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ne·vose

, nevous (nē'vōs, -vŭs)
1. Marked with nevi.
2. Synonym(s): nevoid, naevose, naevous. Synonym(s): naevose, naevous.
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nevose

(ne'vos) [L. naevus, birthmark]
Spotted or marked with nevi.
See: nevus
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Nevous renfermez pas dans votre identite.' Ce qui veut ici dire: 'Laissez-vous faire a l'imparable necessite du marche.' Elles esperent ainsi vous diluer dans l'air du temps.