mollities


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mollities

(mɒˈlɪʃɪˌiːz)
n
(Medicine) med an unnatural softness or yieldingness of a bodily part or organ
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Bence Jones detected the first tumor marker in 1846, in samples of acidified urine from patients suffering from the disease "Mollities osseum".
Remarks on the pathology of mollities ossium with cases.
Incidentally the first tumor marker in modern medicine was identified by Bence-Jones, who in 1846 detected a heat precipitate in samples of acidified urine from patients suffering from "Mollities osseum".
Dessa categorizacao, merecem destaque dois elementos: primeiro, que os pecados de fornicacao, nao obstante a crenca paulina de que a mulher trouxera o pecado ao mundo, tinham espaco reservado para duas modalidades de 'amores homossexuais', masculorum concubitores e mollities. O primeiro deles se refere as relacoes viris, em que se desempenha o papel de ativo.
25, 1-2 cinaede Thalle, mollior cuniculi capillo / vel anseris medullula vel imula oricilla, in cui la mollities di Tallo si traduce efficacemente sul piano stilistico nell'uso di tratti linguistici topicamente associati all'effeminatezza, e soprattutto Catull.
La escena de la mollities permite establecer relaciones entre los poderes normalizadores dominantes en el siglo XIX y el cuerpo.
Subrayados, entre otros, los siguientes versos: <<Vitrea mollities, quae tactiis abdicar onmen / insultum, digit.iqiie: lenes uix sustinet.
On the microscopical character of mollities ossium.
Lewdness (Mollities) is a catch-all term for miscellaneous sex acts.
In 1845 he had received some samples of urine from a patient suffering from mollities ossium.
Comme elle tirait une divine harmonie des cordes de son instrument par l'extreme delicatesse de son toucher, et que la suavite de sa voix surpassait de loin la douceur des cordes, plus d'une fois elle m'a fait venir a l'esprit ce passage d'Ovide: "Elle explore avec son pouce agile les cordes maniables: Qui ne pourrait aimer de si savantes mains?" On se demande si la nervorum mollities a laquelle Second fait allusion, et dont cette jeune fille triomphe, s'applique uniquement a son luth (6).