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n. pl. cot·tae (kŏt′ē) or cot·tas
A short surplice.

[Medieval Latin, of Germanic origin.]


(Roman Catholic Church) RC Church a short form of surplice
[C19: from Italian: tunic, from Medieval Latin; see coat]


(ˈkɒt ə, ˈkɔ tə)

n., pl. -tas.
a short surplice, sleeveless or with short sleeves, worn esp. by choristers.
[1840–50; < Medieval Latin, variant of cota kind of tunic. See coat]


n (Eccl) → Chorhemd nt
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Run a small metal spatula between panna cottas and sides of ramekins to loosen.
Stir occasionally until sugar dissolves; spoon over panna cottas.
Panna cotta means "cooked cream," and true to its name, our classic vanilla version of this recipe weighed in with nearly 20 grams of fat per serving.
When the pan a cottas are well chilled spoon on the fruit mix and serve with a sprig of mint and a dusting of icing sugar.
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12, 2008, United States premiere of "Terra Cotta Warriors: Guardians of the First Emperor"--the largest and most noteworthy exhibit from China that includes 20 complete life-size soldier figures and new discoveries--Bowers Museum of Santa Ana, Calif.
Special exhibit pricing for "Terra Cotta Warriors" is adults: $20 on weekdays and $22 on weekends; seniors (62+) and students: $14 on weekdays and $16 on weekends; children (under 6) are free.
Terra Cotta Warriors: Guardians of the First Emperor" will feature 120 objects including new discoveries of court officials, acrobats and generals and two spectacular, half-size bronze chariots and life-size bronze animals that were found within the tomb complex belonging to China's first emperor, Qin Shi Huang (259 - 210 B.