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sordes

 [sor´dēz]
foul matter collected on the lips and teeth in low fevers, consisting of food, microorganisms, and epithelial elements.
sordes gas´tricae undigested food, mucus, and other substances in the stomach.

sor·des

(sōr'dēz),
A dark brown or blackish crustlike collection on the lips, teeth, and gums of a person with dehydration associated with a chronic debilitating disease.
[L. filth, fr. sordeo, to be foul]

sordes

/sor·des/ (sor´dēz) debris, especially the encrustations of food, epithelial matter, and bacteria that collect on the lips and teeth during a prolonged fever.
sordes gas´tricae  undigested food, mucus, etc., in the stomach.

sordes

[sôr′dēz] pl. sordes
Etymology: L, sordere, to be dirty
dirt or debris, especially the crusts consisting of food, microorganisms, and epithelial cells that accumulate on teeth and lips during a febrile illness or one in which the patient takes nothing by mouth. Sordes gastricae is undigested food and mucus in the stomach.

sor·des

(sōr'dēz)
A dark brown or blackish crustlike collection on the lips, teeth, and gums of a person with dehydration associated with a chronic debilitating disease.
[L. filth, fr. sordeo, to be foul]

sor·des

(sōr'dēz)
Dark brown or blackish crustlike collection on lips, teeth, and gums of a dehydrated person associated with chronic debilitating disease.
[L. filth, fr. sordeo, to be foul]

sordes (sôr´dēz),

n an unclean material consisting of food particles, debris, skin, and microorganisms that forms a crust and gathers on the oral mucosa, lips, and teeth of a feverish or dehydrated individual with a chronic incapacitating condition.

sordes

foul matter collected on the lips and teeth in low fevers, consisting of food, microorganisms and epithelial elements.
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In the same breath he underscores his intimate relationship with his niece and his fear of the potential sullying of her body--that "ne immensa eius serenitas pulchritudinis / alicuius obfuscetur sorde coinquinationis" (the immense radiance of her beauty should wane / and be dimmed by some pollution's stain).
Judging from impressions in the rock next to the Sordes skeleton, Unwin and Bakhurina conclude that the animal's wings attached along the body from the front limbs to the hind feet, much like the wings of a bat.
They suggest that Sordes took to the air by climbing to some height and then launching itself.
SORDES A Postulate in monastic order B Minor gods in ancient Egyptian mythology C Filth who am I?
Quod autem de [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] portento hic ait, praeterquam quod pudet pigetque mouere has sordes, hactenus est etiam refutatum.
Saepenumero eiuscemodi verba mecum loquar, heu Lodovice, si qua nunc tibi lepida et delicata puella contigerit, omnia protinus ordine collocata, omnia rite disposita, omnia munda, omnia candida, omnia perpolita reddentur, illa vestimenta purgabit, illa pulverem excutier, illa sordes eiiciet, illa vasa deterget, illa lectulum sternet, illa studiolum adornabit, illa curas, illa molestias, illa solicitudines dulci sermone 1evabit.
Simulant enim nonnulli sordes, ut plus acciplant a mullerculis.