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ripa

(rī′pă) [L., bank]
Any reflection line of the ependyma of the brain from the ventricular wall to the choroid plexus.
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In youth, the tulip-tree, or Liriodendron Tulipferum, the most magnificent of American foresters, has a trunk peculiarly smooth, and often rises to a great height without lateral branches; but, in its riper age, the bark becomes gnarled and uneven, while many short limbs make their appearance on the stem.
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Trykowski described the Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve as richer and riper, a celebration bottle that's great with ice cream.
And, in recent years, few were the people who seemed riper for the blame than the team's general manager, Howie Roseman.
Medrano, Buldog, Riper, Boy Torres, Manny Kho, and Mayor Boyet Ynares.
Overall skillfully translated and edited, this volume may deserve "a place in any military professional's library," as General Van Riper writes.
The ethylene gas released from other riper fruits should help to move them along.
South Carolina Citizens for Life President Lisa Van Riper praised the strongly bi-partisan vote noting that 17 Democrats joined the Republican "to protect unborn children from the barbaric abortion procedure that results in the dismemberment of a living unborn child.
In November, 2016, the United Nations' Coordinator for Humanitarian Aid and Development Activities in the occupied Palestinian Territory, Robert Riper, contended that Israel's punitive home demolition policy taken against Palestinians suspected of carrying attacks against Israelis violates international law, calling for its cessation.
VIRGIN OLIVE OIL It's produced through the same process as extra virgin olive oil, but is made from slightly riper olives.
And the redder and riper the tomato, the more lycopene it contains, right?
The apple flavour seems a bit riper, but the English grapes are going to give a certain acidity.