sordes


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sordes

(ˈsɔːdiːz)
pl n
(Medicine) med dark incrustations on the lips and teeth of patients with prolonged fever
[C18: from Latin sordēs filth]
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Organizzazione e responsabile", Sordes Urbis, Roma, 2000.
SORDES A Postulate in monastic order B Minor gods in ancient Egyptian mythology C Crusts that collect on teeth who am I?
Sobre esta solida base normativa, en 1245 la decisiva Constitucion Cum aeterni de Inocencio IV sancionaba severamente a los jueces que juzgaban contra justicia y contra conciencia en agravio de las partes per gratiam vel per sordes (por favor o por corrupcion): entitativamente, los jueces debian ejercer su oficio ajenos a todo odio, favor, temor y premio, con los ojos puestos unicamente en Dios, segun derecho y conciencia ("omni remoto odio, favore, timore et praemio, ad solum Deum oculos dirigentes secundum ius et conscientiam") (35).
ad uenatoris carnificium uel sordes prolabaris, John of Salisbury, Policraticus, 1.
These include a fossil cast of Sordes pilosus, the first species to show that pterosaurs had a fuzzy coat and probably were warm-blooded, just like birds and bats, and even some dinosaurs.
Dolo malo autem videtur hoc facere, si evidens arguatur eius, vel gratia, vel animicitia, vel etiam sordes, ut veram aestimationem litis praestare cogatur.
Denture cleansers containing a chelating agent (ethylene diamine tetra acetic acid, EDTA) and a mixture of enzymes (papain, lipase, amylase, and trypsin) were found to be effective in removing sordes, mucin, and heavy deposits of calculus from dentures.
En otros tiempos, antes del siglo de las luces, se penso que la sordera era un castigo de Dios: la misma palabra que lo designa fue--en ese entonces-un termino empleado para discriminar: sordo parece venir del latin surdus que hace referencia al "que no oye" y tambien a sordes que significa suciedad, basura, persona sucia y "hez de la poblacion"(VOX, 2004; p: 473).
Suppliciter tamen ire potes dominumque precari: squalor et hae sordes conueniunt miseris.
IN DECEMBER OF 1903, French poet Leon-Paul Fargue invited a young composer, Maurice Delage, to 39 de la rue Dulong, the home of artist Paul Sordes, where Delage was introduced to Paris literati.
These are first pounded separately, then rubbed up all together, whilst gradually adding raisin wine until the mixture is of the consistency of sordes.
Jean Jacquot, Pierre-Yves Sordes, and Jean-Michel Vaccaro.