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crissum

[′kris·əm]
(vertebrate zoology)
The region surrounding the cloacal opening in birds.
The vent feathers covering the circumcloacal region.
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The Crissa Group on June 2 announced the June 14 launch of the Spanish Court Hotel in New Kingston, the first new hotel in Kingston in nearly 40 years, designed by Alison Antrobus.
What got me hooked on quilting was what the quilt represented," said Crissa DuCharme, owner of the Patchwork Penguin quilt shop in Tujunga.
The Andhra struggle has spread to neighboring regions in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, and Crissa, and Marxist-Leninist organizations are quite active in parts of a number of other states.
Survivors include his mother; a son, Camron of Eugene; a daughter, Crissa Miller; and a sister, Brenda Skiles of Longview, Wash.
Matthew, PhD, CPsych [1], John Trachtenberg, MD, FACS, FRCSC [1], George Tomlinson, PhD [2], Crissa L.
Massey - Crissa Massey of Springfield and Tim Massey of Lebanon, a daughter.