portio

portio

 [por´she-o] (L.)
a part or division.
portio vagina´lis cer´vicis ectocervix.

por·ti·o

, pl.

por·ti·o·nes

(pōr'shē-ō, -ō'nēz), Avoid using the simple word portio in the special sense of portio vaginalis cervicis.
A part.
[L. portion]

por·ti·o

, pl. portiones (pōr'shē-ō, -ō'nēz) [TA]
A part.
[L. portion]
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Porque existe la estructura y la sustancia eclesiologica de la portio, pero ademas existe la persuasion de ser parte, la condicion de allegada, de hija, de dependiente, sin la cual la porcion dejaria de ser lo que es.
Deleuze, y que relacion mantiene con la fractura del "portio
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"We currently produce approximately 14,000 steaks per week, but using the Marelec Portio we hope to produce 30-40 thousand a week.
In other words, given that a major portio of Dubai's traffic is linked to Sharjah and the northern emirates, infrastructure planning should happen in coordination with the neighbouring emirates, they said.
Tender notice number : Procurement AC extended portio security hold area
First described in 1563, the nerve was referred to as "portio media inter comunicantem faciei et nervum auditorium" by Heinrich August Wrisberg in 1777 (1).
Worldwide, consumers sent about 23 billion text messages a day, or 16 million per minute, according to Portio Research.
sed et purgare refectionis portio est: purgare autem proprie dicitur ad libramentum proprium redigere sublato eo quod super eam esset.
Scaevola, Libro XXVIII Digestorum: "Codiciilis fideicommissa in haec verba dedit: "Libertislibertabusquemeis et quos in codiciilis manumisi fundum, ubi me humari volui, dari volo, ut qui ab his decesserit, portio eius reliquis adcrescat, ita ut ad novissimum pertineat: post cuius novissimi decessum ad rem publicam Arelatensium pertinere volo.
The speculum examination showed a cauliflower-like ulcerated tumor, arising from the portio, involving all fornices, and extending to the upper third of the vagina.
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