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Related to crista: Crista terminalis, crista supraventricularis

crista

[′kris·tə]
(biology)
A ridge or crest.
(cell and molecular biology)
A fold on the inner membrane of a mitochondrion.
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A few weeks ago, Crista and Kayla were walking across campus when they saw a student handing out fliers and looking for support to throw the ROTC program off campus.
Later, it comes out that his mother is Crista, and that his conversations with Magdalena may be imaginary.
Goals by Susie Gilbert and Crista Cullen saw England come from behind to beat Germany 2-1 in the bronze medal play-off at the Women's Hockey Champions Trophy in Nottingham.
Matt Lanter, Vanessa Minnillo, Gary 'G Thang' Johnson, Crista Flanagan, Nicole Parker, Ike Barinholtz.
Crista Cullen struck 20 seconds from time to secure the win which ended their opponents' medal chances in Beijing.
GB responded with a short corner of their own two minutes later and Leicester defender Crista Cullen's low effort beat Reynolds low to her left.
3ft: 1 Scout, 2 Conner, Abbey Crista King, 3 Tallisman.
Women's volleyball: Crista Jones had eight kills as La Verne defeated visiting Occidental 30-8, 30-13, 30-7 in SCIAC play.
Findings that suggest intracranial involvement are an enlarged foramen cecum or bifid crista galli.
Just knowing Crista got home alive is reason enough to be happy.
As for Crista Moore, who plays Susan, we've put it into the script that as a young girl, she did indeed dance and enjoyed life, but as she got older and was working in the corporate world, she became hard and brittle.
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