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un·ci

(ŭn'sī),
Plural of uncus.

unci

(ŭn′sī)
n.
Plural of uncus.

un·ci

(ŭn'sī)
Plural of uncus.
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Human beings destroy Unci Maka then create "Earth Day," a tool to create awareness about human beings destroying the earth.
Luke's Hollywood glow is not just the promise of greater economic opportunity and sexual liberty, it is a gift received with permission from Luke's unci with an open invitation to return to the reservation.
1' Maxla con 3 unci terminales alineados, el del medio con apice casi fundido con el mas proximo, poco notable.
At the base, the temporal lobe unci and hypothalamus were prominent, but definite herniation was not observed.
Millionenjahrhaus: Zur Kon-zeption des Raumes der Ewigkeit im konstellativen Kbnigtum in Sprache, Architektur unci Theologie.
By the mid-1570s Emden had abandoned the more congregational interests of a Lasco, replacing these with the kind of discipline and order (Zucht unci Ordnung) characteristic of other reformed communities.
Zum Schluss seien einige Bemcrkungen unci Korrektuien angefuhrt:
Tenders are invited for Providing unci fixing ol swiU.
Vier Sonaten fur Cembalo / Pianoforte unci Viola da Gambia = Four Sonatas for Harpsichord / Pianoforte and Viola da Gamba.
5-6) con un uncus en la galea y tres unci en la lacinia; area estriduladora maxilar formada por 8-10 dientecillos.
Vorgelegt von Walburga Litschauer unci Werner Adel hold.