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lozenge

1. Med a medicated tablet held in the mouth until it has dissolved
2. Geometry another name for rhombus

Lozenge

An equilateral four-sided figure with pairs of equal angles, two acute and two obtuse; a rhombic or diamond-shaped figure.

lozenge

1. A rhomb or, more rarely, a rhomboid; usually one of a series.
2. In a double lancet window, a small light which pierces the space between the heads of the two lancets. (See illustration p. 608.)
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I used to struggle with it a lot more when I was younger and now I'm just like, There's no getting out of it," says Troche.
Troche MS, Okun MS, Rosenbek JC, Musson N, Fernandez HH, Rodriguez R, Romrell J, Pitts T, Wheeler-Hegland KM, Sapienza CM.
The array of choices available to students could prove difficult to navigate for low-income and minority students whose parents are not acquainted with the system because of language or educational barriers, Troche said.
Instead, the Troches struggled to meet loan repayments and expenses for five years before selling at a 300,000-dollar loss last year.
Tanto el estudio de las obras de Negron-Muntaner como de Troche, y luego Lopez, le serviran a La Fountain-Stokes para explorar las similaridades y diferencias generacionales lesbicas y bisexuales, es decir, la manera como sus trabajos difieren pero se complementan.
Gregg Araki, Todd Haynes, Rose Troche, and many other notable filmmakers came up through the ranks of Sundance.
Paraguay took the title in 2007 after three days of competition, with Julieta Granada and Celeste Troche holding off American duo Pat Hurst and Juli Inkster to claim the glory.
Julieta Granada and the unknown Celeste Troche somehow managed to get minnows Paraguay home last year by a landslide seven shots but Granada was on a roll then, having only a month or two previously won the first EUR1m payout in the women's game.
The Japanese pair finished the three-day event at 12-over 300 in a tie for 14th place, while Celeste Troche and Julieta Granada of Paraguay carded a 9-under 279 to win by seven strokes over the United States.
GOLF: Paraguay's Julieta Granada and Celeste Troche led from start to finish to win the Women's World Cup of Golf at Sun City in South Africa.
Paraguay's Julieta Granada and Celeste Troche stand two under and four ahead of Italy's Giulia Sergas and Veronica Zorzi.
The only team to master the breeze were Paraguay, whose LPGA Tour winner Julieta Granada saw her round of 70 upstaged by her less-heralded partner Celeste Troche, who fired 69 to give the pair a five-under aggregate.