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far·cy

 (fär′sē)
n.
A cutaneous form of glanders, characterized by swelling of the superficial lymph vessels and formation of ulcerating nodules on the skin.

[Middle English farsi, farsin, from Old French farcin, from Latin farcīmen, sausage, from farcīre, to stuff.]

farcy

(ˈfɑːsɪ)
n, pl -cies
(Veterinary Science) vet science a form of glanders in which lymph vessels near the skin become thickened, with skin lesions and abscess-forming nodules, caused by a bacterium, Burkholderia mallei. Also called: farcin
[C15: from Old French farcin, from Late Latin farcīminum glanders, from Latin farcīmen a sausage, from farcīre to stuff]

far•cy

(ˈfɑr si)

n., pl. -cies.
a form of glanders chiefly affecting the skin and superficial lymphatic vessels of horses and mules.
[1375–1425; late Middle English farsy(n) < Anglo-French, Middle French farcin < Late Latin farcīminum glandular disease, derivative of farcire to stuff]
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Lafage V, Schwab F, Patel A, Hawkinson N, Farcy J P.
The chronic, cutaneous form of glanders presents as ulcerated skin lesions along major lymph and blood vessels and is known as farcy (from the Latin farcire, "sausage").
See Nye (107-16), Renneville, and Farcy for a discussion of the response to Lacassagne's theories in France.
y estuvo a cargo de los anticuarios franceses Alexandre Leoir, Henri Baradere, Charles Farcy y Ange de Saint Priest, quienes tradujeron y comentaron la obra del expedicionario ilustrado Guillermo Dupaix.
The glanders and Farcy Act of the British government in 1899 made B.
In: Farcy DA, Chiu WC, Flaxman A, Marshall JP, eds.
Por peticion del procurador, la Corte Constitucional colombiana revisa el Marco Juridico para la Paz -que segun los uribistas y sus aliados propiciaria la impunidad de los comandantes de las FARCy en unas semanas emitira un veredicto sobre su constitucionalidad.
Jean Claude Farcy, Les camps de concentration francais de la Premiere Guerre mondiale, 1914-1920 (Paris: Anthropos, 1995).