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ceroma

In a Greek or Roman bath, a room where bathers and wrestlers were anointed with oil thickened with wax.
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IN the case of Ceroma and Malicay who are both members of the Inspectorate Team, their liabilities are "confined to" the first and second billing only.
TIERNEY & BAILLIE (1979) e ZENOBLE (1991) relatam que tais artropodes vivem nas partes desnudas ou mesmo nas emplumadas do corpo, principalmente, nas regioes do bico, do ceroma, ao redor dos olhos, nos pes e na cloaca.
(49) There is a detailed analysis in Boubaker Sadok, La Regence de Tunis au XVIIe siecle: ses relations commerciales avec les ports de l'Europe mediterraneenne, Marseilles et Livourne (Tunis: Ceroma, Zaghouan, 1987).