vasal


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va·sal

 (vā′səl, -zəl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or connected with a vessel or duct of the body.

vasal

(ˈveɪzəl)
adj
(Anatomy) of or relating to a body vessel
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In all patients, subinguinal microscopic varicocelectomy was done by the same surgeon who tried to preserve lymphatic vessels, testicular and vasal arteries in every case.
Noteworthy is vasal 'springtime', which is correctly related to the Sanskrit va.
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The higher deduction under Section 80C will help the government achieve the twin objectives of encouraging households to go for long-term savings and increase the overall savings rate, which has fallen considerably over the last five years," says Vikas Vasal, Partner, Tax, KPMG India.
5 lakh will help achieve twin objectives of encouraging the households to make long-term savings, and also increase overall savings rate in the economy which has fallen considerably over the last five years," says Vikas Vasal, Partner, Tax, KPMG in India.
Filled wiInteresting details: The two fractions of Prussia have the same coloration, though the western (royal Polish) fractions was part of the Polish-Lithuanian Rzeczpospolita, while the eastern (ducal) part was only a vasal of Poland.