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dura mater

[′du̇r·ə ‚mā·dər]
(anatomy)
The fibrous membrane forming the outermost covering of the brain and spinal cord. Also known as endocranium.
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I can already tell that Mater Academy is a vibrant learning community that will help its students reach their full potential and lift this entire community for years and years to come.
I welcome that the Trust confirmed that it remains committed to the need for two A&E departments in Belfast and to 24/7 provision at the Mater which provides a vital service.
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The title, if nothing else of Simeon's work, is reminiscent of the "Stabat Mater Dolorosa," a medieval Latin hymn depicting Mary's sufferings at the crucifixion, which over the centuries has received dozens of well-rehearsed scorings.
I think he really channels Mater or sees himself as that character in a way.
The teams put on a shooting display, as Taft made 10 3-pointers and Mater Dei hit nine.
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