cruor


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cruor

(ˈkrʊɔː)
n, pl cruores (ˈkrʊɔːriːz)
(Pathology) med a blood clot
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Nec immerito est mors eius tam vilis & reproba censenda, cuius pretextu tantus cruor & tam preciosus falso & maliciose effunditur subsequenter.
ut immerentis fluxit in terram Remi / sacer nepotibus cruor .
Miller argues that under the talionic logic of revenge, taking payment in cruor is not a substitution of blood for money (25).
Four one-meter profiles were dug in each plot and the soil samples were extracted from the deep levels of 0-15, 15-30 and 50-30 cm using cruor ([empty set] 35 mm).