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pyxis

(pĭk′sĭs)
n. pl. pyxides (pĭk′sĭ-dēz′) Botany
A capsule dehiscing transversely by a lid that falls off to release the seeds.

Accudose

A medication cart that requires a password to access the agents inside, which reduces error and minimises misuse of narcotics.
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In T Pyx's scenario, the white dwarf pulls enough hydrogen and other material from its companion star to trigger an explosion.
These will continue over the next few days with popular Greek band Pyx Lax putting on a concert tonight at Paphos Castle, after two concerts in Nicosia and Limassol.
Once when our bishop was presiding at Mass, I knew to position myself in a pew near the front so I could keep an eye on my pyx throughout the consecration of the Eucharist.
Kader identifies two kinds of collectors, both almost entirely based in Europe and North America: the medieval specialist, who seeks liturgical objects--'a great book cover, a great pyx and a great chasse, maybe a crozier or cross, and a candlestick'; and the masterpiece collector, on the lookout for the one outstanding object that will combine with other treasures.
The coins, which have been produced over the past year, were tested yesterday at the ancient Trial of the Pyx at Goldsmiths' Hall in London to assess their weight and quality.
The world in pictures with Daily Post Head of Images Hadyn Iball | The smallest and largest UK coins ever minted at The |Royal Mint are among 70,000 coins in the Trial of the Pyx, an ancient annual ceremony testing random samples of coins produced by The Royal Mint.
The bounty recovered is thought to be the missing piece of a three hundred-year-old gold filigree necklace, known as a pyx, which forms part of the sacred garb of Spanish priests.
If T Pyx did that anytime soon, it would shine at magnitude--9, a hundred times brighter than Venus.
Notification had been received that T Pyx had just gone into outburst for the first time since 1966 and at declination -32[degrees] it is barely visible from the UK.
Nearby is Pyx Chamber, far more important for its historical links than any aesthetic claims.
The mirrored 'house', evokes the image of a hanging pyx, in which the sacrament of the Eucharist might be reserved, and reflected 'darkly' in its surfaces are the windows of the Chapter House.
They are listed alphabetically with the number of observed nights (or part thereof) in brackets: AO Pcs (1), BB Dor (1), CR Boo (2), IGR J16167-4957 (1), Swift 184217-1125 (1), TT Ind (1), V1017 Sgr (V, 1), Vir (1), WX Cen (3), WX Pyx (3).