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tra·gi

 (trā′gī, -jī)
n.
Plural of tragus.
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Insane drive toward Brexit new order THE Latin phrase or dictum "Oh tempora o mores" is very apposite to the tragi farce of the rich kid Johnson's attempt to blackmail the 27 members of the European Union that unless they conform with his demands he will bring about in this uncertain global trading environment greater confusion and the economic destruction of weaker countries.
These lesions were identified as accessory tragi especially the one located on left cheek as the structure suggestive of cartilage could be felt on palpating with the pulp of the fingers.
Scotland's Fisheries Minister Richard Lochhead added: "I am very sorry to hear about the loss of the Fraserburgh registered fishing vessel the Ocean Way that has tragi that has tragi W -cally resulted in fatalities.