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prin·ceps

, pl.

prin·ci·pes

(prin'seps, -si-pēz),
Principal; in anatomy, term used to distinguish the largest and most important of several arteries.
[L. chief, fr. primus, first, + capio, to take, choose]

prin·ceps

, pl. principes (prin'seps, -si-pēz)
Principal. anatomy Term used to distinguish the largest or most important of several arteries.
[L. chief, fr. primus, first, + capio, to take, choose]

princeps

(prĭn′sĕps) [L., chief]
1. Original; first.
2. The name of certain arteries (e.g., princeps cervicis).
3. Chief, principal.
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Les medicaments generiques existent au Maroc depuis les annees 70, et, meme pour certains medicaments, le generique a ete introduit avant le princeps, c'est-a-dire issus de la molecule mere.
Los primeros editores actuaron con total fidelidad a la princeps en numerosos lugares criticos que esta nueva edicion cuestiona.
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Since then, however, it's been cast on the dust heap of literary history owing to the widespread bibliographical fetishizing of an ostensibly "original" Lazarillo (which--as Rico's edition of the princeps shows--remains a product of conjecture).
Subraya al respecto Arias Bonet que una constitucion de Valentiniano I del ano 367 [74] indica que ya en este ano el princeps scholae, al dejar el servicio activo, entraba en la categoria de los clarissimi consulares, mientras que los principes officiorum, aun en el 380, no alcanzan mas que el rango de los perfectissimi (75).
After completing the arch, the first dorsal metacarpal artery continued as princeps pollicis artery for the thumb [Figure 1].
princeps is slightly bowed to the dorsal side and terminates in a round expanded head (Fig.
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Stabilita dunque la centralita e organicita della princeps del 1791, l'apparato critico rende conto scientificamente delle oscillazioni testuali in diacronia e tra materiali manoscritti e stampe, tra cui si segnalano, per spessore ecdotico, il secondo volume delle Opere di Giuseppe Parini (1802) edito dal Reina e l'antologia delle Poesie scelte di Giuseppe Parini (1814) curata da Giuseppe Bernardoni.
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Ambos textos fueron atribuidos inicialmente a los nietos e hijos adoptivos de Augusto (Lucio o Cayo Cesares), no obstante, actualmente se admite que los dos debieron ser dedicados al Princeps (3).