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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Ancilla Andrew, Workplace Matters, 01727 81814401727 818144, manager@workplacematters.
Species include Adelomelon beckii, Adelomelon ancilla, Odontocymbiola magellanica from cold temperate waters, together with Zidona dufresnei and Adelomelon brasiliana from warm temperate waters.
Steven Small sang beautifully and emotionally in the part of Jesus; and Stephen Barnicle as Pontius Pilate, Pamela Mindell (the conductor of the Children's Chorus) as Ancilla, Kirk Bobkowski as Peter and bass-baritone, Thomas Jones, were all equally fine in their respective roles.
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).
Later, Giambruno was with PreCom, Geronimo American Media, Ancilla Inc.
His revision of the genus Ancilla, published in 1981, was world-wide in scope.
dormire uirum cum senserat uxor, sumere nocturnos meretrix Augusta cucullos ausa Palatino et tegetem praeferre cubili linquebat comite ancilla non amplius una.
Qui casam, domum, aut villam alienam inimicitiarum causa incenderit si servus, colonus, ancilla, originarius fuerit, incendio concremetur: si ingenuus hoc fecerit, restituat quid-quid dispendii acciderit per illud, quod commovit, incendium, aedificiumque renovet, et aestimationem insuper consumptarum rerum pro poena talis facti cogatur exsolvere; aut si hoc sustinere pro tenuitate nequiverit, fustibus caesus perpetui exilii relegatione plectatur.