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sa·cra

 (sā′krə, săk′rə)
n.
Plural of sacrum.
Translations

sacra

pl de sacrum
References in classic literature ?
He was to leave the city by the Porta del Popolo, skirt the outer wall, and re-enter by the Porta San Giovanni; thus they would behold the Colosseum without finding their impressions dulled by first looking on the Capitol, the Forum, the Arch of Septimus Severus, the Temple of Antoninus and Faustina, and the Via Sacra.
Dolores Redondo sobresale por dos habilidades basicas su gran recreacion de escenarios majestuosos, en este caso, la Ribeira Sacra, y su creacion de atmosferas donde sobresalen los grandes conflictos, y por supuesto varios crimenes.
Medical College, Kota on 75 (seventy-five] adult human dry sacra of unknown sex.
The respected journals-Philippiniana Sacra of the University of Santo Tomas and Solidarity of the University of Notre Dame Australia's 'Solidarity'-invite scholars to send their abstracts for their research about implication of 'Laudato Si' to this part of the globe related to such issues as 'the ecological crises, the imperative of justice, the practice of integral ecology in faith and society, models of ecological education, and the indigenous community and the regional commons.
Dysmorphic sacra have distinct anatomic variations that must be noted prior to surgical intervention.
Sacra and nurse Moses Makor, in addition to members of the Academic Consortium Combating Ebola in Liberia.
Richard Sacra at the Biocontainment Patient Care Unit at the Nebraska Medical Center.
Sacra Doctrina: Christian Theology for a Postmodern Age.
Sacra was brought to Nebraska Medicine after becoming infected while working in Liberia.
1-2), el monacense F no ofrece publice sacra ac sacrificia colere et facere quemquepar sit, como se desprende de Dombart y Kalb, sino puplice sacra hac sacrificia sic colere et facere quemque pars sit (11), que en VII, 5, 2 (p.
The Sacra Infermeria Hospital of the Order of Malta at La Valletta: Two Legal Sources
doctor Rick Sacra who survived Ebola was hospitalized on October 5 with an upper respiratory infection.