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Related to tractus: Tractus solitarius, tractus reticulospinalis, tractus iliotibialis

tract

A parcel of real estate; usually refers to a large area of land.

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In particular there are numerous instances where a seemingly extraneous tractus appears after a melisma, only to be followed by a note or small note-group prior to the next syllable (see, for just one instance, no.
Et quia in vinea ista non fuit operatus bene sed male, expulsus est de paradiso et incarceratus in isto mundo miseriis pleno cum omni progenie sua cuius punitionem et miserabilem statum hodie Ecclesia incipit repraesentare dimittens omnia cantica laetitiae ut Alleluia et Gloria in excelsis et sumit eorum loco tractus cantus prolixos, laboriosos ac lacrimosos.
A trace was one of two straps, chains or lines of a harness for attaching a horse to a vehicle, and the word comes via Old French from the Latin word tractus, which is the past participle of the verb trahere 'to pull or to draw.
However, at closer scrutiny each of these words is somehow restricted in usage and refers to country, district, territory, ground, soil, often in opposition to the sea, and their Latin equivalents would be rather terra, regio, tractus, territorium, secula, tellus.
Phrenic nerve motor impulses arise from the dorsal respiratory group (DRG) of nuclei which lie within the nucleus of the tractus solitarius (solitary nucleus) in the medulla (Fig 1).
Determination de la periode d'accouplement des orignales par la raise en evidence de spermatozoides dans le tractus genital.
In addition, Joe Chapuran, international development manager for the Nebraska Department of Economic Development, discussed Nebraska's reverse trade mission with China, and Nick Carmichael, business development manager with Tractus Asia, gave a presentation about the expansion of U.
As the FDA UDI Final Rule is fast approaching, Matrix IT is planning on demonstrating the TRACTUS solution for those in attendance.
Other than key companies like AkzoNobel, CABB, Daicel, Dow Chemical, MCAA and Niacet, this 2015 research on monochloroacetic acid market also mentioned vendors like Abblis Chemicals, Alfa Aesar, AOKChem, Celanese, ChemPacific, Clariant, Denak, Finetech, GFS Chemicals, Hebei Donghua Chemical Group, Letopharm, Merck Millipore, Meridian Chem Bond, Reagents, Shandong Huayang Science and Technology, Shijiazhuang Hengyi Chemical, Sigma-Aldrich, Tractus, Vitas-M and Zylexa Pharma.
Clostridium perfringens Clostridium perfringens est une bacterie qui produit une toxine dans le tractus intestinal des personnes qui ont consomme des aliments contamines par un grand nombre de ces bacteries.
Our core human freedom/responsibility flows from our humanly developed rational intellect, which allows us to "abstract" (Latin: ab, "from" and tractus, "pulled," as in tractor) from our myriad sense perceptions various concepts and possibilities, on the bases of which we can choose and decide to act one way or another--which is another way to say we "love," that is, reach out to become one with what we perceive to be the good.
Their studies pointed out nerve cells involved with another neurotransmitter, glutamate, in the part of the brain called the nucleus tractus solitarus.