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os·ti·a

(os'tē-ă),
Plural of ostium.
[L.]

ostia

(ŏs′tē-ə)
n.
Plural of ostium.

os·ti·a

(os'tē-ă)
Plural of ostium.
[L.]

ostia

plural form of ostium.
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Specifically, the septum is incised with both ostia in the visual field and midway between the anterior and posterior wall of the uterus.
Ostia is headquartered in Ireland and has worked with leading organisations in the financial services, educational, aerospace and manufacturing industries since 2003.
Three or more ostia are considered normal variants.
The remains of the ship, an 11-m-vessel missing its bow and stern, was found at a depth of 4 m during repairs of a bridge linking modern-day Ostia to Fiumicino, the town that hosts Rome's Leonardo da Vinci airport.
The reliable news from Ostia recounted how the pirates sailed into the harbor, commandeered key government vessels, burned 19 government-owned ships, imprisoned the crews thereof, and kidnapped two traveling Roman magistrates, Servilius and Bellinus, who were on assignment by the Senate to monitor the transport of grain through Ostia.
Aldrete (Professor of History and Humanistic Studies, University of Wisconsin at Green Bay) presents Daily Life in the Roman City: Rome Pompeii, and Ostia, a scholarly examination of the similarities and differences of ancient Rome's cities-their infrastructure, government, economy, dangers, highlights, entertainment, religion, and more.
Ciccarelli of Worcester; three brothers, Orlando Ciccarelli of Ostia Rome, Augusto Ciccarelli of Salerno, and Giuseppe Ciccarelli of Aversa; two sisters, Iolanda Ciccarelli, and Evelina Savastano both of Sparanise, Italy, and many nephews and nieces here and in Italy.
The State entrusted the Istituto per le Case Popolari (ICP), a national building society dedicated to public low-cost housing, to build three new garden suburbs that included Ostia Nuova and Montesacro.
Touch the vestibule at 1 o'clock and 11 o'clock adjacent to the urethra at the ostia of the Skene's glands.
A storm which hit the open water facilities at Ostia did not prevent German Thomas Lurz from seizing gold in the 5km and 10km races while British 15-year-old Tom Daley grabbed the headlines with victory in the 10m dive to stun the dominant Chinese.
However, the 21-year-old controlled yesterday's race which was held in the sea at Ostia, near Rome, to claim Great Britain's second gold medal in 16 hours following Tom Daley's efforts in the diving.
The 21-year-old from Stockport controlled the race, held in the sea at Ostia, near Rome, to claim Great Britain's second gold medal following Tom Daley's efforts in the diving.