sarcophagal


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sarcophagal

(sɑːˈkɒfəɡəl)
adj
1. related to or depicted on sarcophagi
2. tending to devour or consume flesh
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In others, the interior contents of the works are totally invisible, though X-rays have revealed a rich world of stuff buried inside their sarcophagal contours.
Abraham weeps over the sarcophagal form of his wife Sarah in an early scene, Jacob grieves for Joseph, and later David for Absalom; others, like Jeremiah, are bowed in lamentation for the community.
But then, perhaps that's because previous translations of Good Person, including versions by Eric Bentley, Ralph Manhelm and John Willett, are not as sarcophagal as the Fred Jones entombment of St.
A Sample Problem: Diagnosis and Treatment of Acute Sarcophagal Disease
For the sarcophagal problem, suppose the dependency information is as follows:
For the sarcophagal problem, each example is a particular case and specifies which symptoms and diseases were present and which treatments were appropriate.
The sarcophagal problem involves a nonseparable function since it can be proved that no set of weights for cell u.
For simplicity, the sarcophagal examples were chosen so that additional cells were needed only for cell u.