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sacra

(sā′krə, săk′rə)
n.
Plural of sacrum.
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It lost metal pieces that fell at great speed to the ground, at Via Mariotti in Isola Sacra".
SACRA is a non-profit organisation representing the clinical research industry in South Africa and aims to establish and maintain contact between clinical research and other related research personnel employed in the pharmaceutical industry.
Segun el conocido canonista, el Vaticano II no habria anulado la distincion tradicional, y cabria mantener legitimamente que tanto el sacramento como la jurisdiccion (extrasacramental) son co-principios de la sacra potestas.
Type I sacra rarely showed any LSTV variation except four specimens presenting accessory articulations, one sacralization and one lumbarization.
A joint committee of 'Philippiniana Sacra' and 'Solidarity' associates will assess the received abstracts.
Kent (Europa Sacra, 20), Turnhout, Brepols, 2016; hardback; pp.
Fusion at the lumbosacral junction, sacrum and coccyx distinguishes human sacra from other hominoid sacra.
While frankincense is produced by tapping the Boswilia sacra tree for sap, researchers closely monitoring the effects of tapping have recorded its harsh impact on the trees when not harvested sustainably, often leading to permanent degradation.
Sacra, the Family Health Center physician from Holden who contracted the Ebola virus last fall, recovered and then returned to Liberia to continue his work, said following the ceremony he was honored, but knows others also deserve credit.
Sacra Doctrina: Christian Theology for a Postmodern Age.
The former prime minister has been serving the order by helping out with Alzheimer's patients at the Sacra Famiglia care home at Cesano Boscone near Milan every Friday since last May.