ancilla

ancilla

(ænˈsɪlə)
n
a female servant or slave

an•cil•la

(ænˈsɪl ə)

n., pl. -las.
an accessory; auxiliary or adjunct.
[1870–75; < Latin: female slave, maid, diminutive of ancula]
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Spotting gymnast Ancilla Lucia Mari 'Charlie' Manzano as a naturally gifted athlete was easy.
22) It has been suggested that the small sack containing jewelry might represent all or part of the peculium of the ancilla.
WM's Manager, Ancilla Andrew, explained that the event - held at the Village Hall in Stoke Bruerne, Northamptonshire, close to the Canal Museum near the Grand Union Canal - allowed each speaker to deliver a wealth of specialised information and guidance to each of the chaplains.
En Cuarto Capitulo del libro, "Philosophia ancilla litterarum", muy breve por cierto, explora la recepcion de Borges en Francia en las relaciones entre la filosofia y la literatura, diluyendo sus limites posibles y explicitando sus incertidumbres ante la perplejidad metafisica (p.
Constant inputs/Ancilla bits: The inputs that are added to an n x k function to make it reversible, are called constant inputs [25, 26], in other words an auxiliary input that has a constant value is called an ancilla bit.
3), he picked up on the tonal range of Rossetti's Ecce Ancilla Domini (1850).
A new Ancilla from the Arabian Sea, and a discussion of two homonyms in the Ancillinae (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Olividae).
per le terre dei Batollisi (gli abitanti di Vatolla), nel 994 (73), o per la pars Ancilla Dei, un villaggio presso S.
Ancilla College (Indiana) has offered a scholarship; Indiana University Northwest has him on its radar; and Northern Michigan has expressed an interest.
4) In the following year Rossetti produced another painting of the Virgin Mary, Ecce Ancilla Domini