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castrum

An ancient fortified town, castle, or fort.
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"The great house and estate in our part of the world is Castra Regis, the family seat of the Caswall family.
Inde?--Homo homini monstrurn-Ast'ra, castra, nomen, numen.--Meya Bibklov, ueya xaxov.--Sapere aude.
The company has begun partnerships with such firms as Castra, CBI, ClearArmor Corporation, CyberStash, Emerging Dynamics (EMDYN), Triada Networks, and Winning Technologies, among others, the company said in a news release.
The name Mamucium, or Mancunium, is thought to originate from 'castra' meaning camp by the breastlike hill (mamm).
Comme [beaucoup moins que]mesures d'accompagnement[beaucoup plus grand que], de ce double debarquement, de surveillants et d'une 5 eme colonne martiale d'apprentis-precheurs, on embastilla la sociologie et on castra la philosophie, les deux veines jugulaires de l'esprit critique qui rend intelligible la realite, qui raffermit la foi, qui nourrit le reve de la liberte, de toutes les libertes.
Nelle macellerie si trovano scritte come castra '(carne di montone) castrato' o anche gavemo el castra 'abbiamo il castrato' con cui preparare il piatto chiamato castra o castradina, d'uso almeno per la ricorrenza della Madonna della Salute (ventuno novembre) (53).
Non-specific labeling was blocked by incubation in a blocking solution (Super Block, Scy Tek UltraTek HRP, Anti-Polivalent, UHP 125, USA) for 25 min and then the sections were incubated with a mouse anti-mast cell tryptase (diluted 1:100, Novo Castra, NCL-MCTRYP, UK), overnight at 4 [degrees]C.