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claustrum

[′klȯ‚strəm]
(anatomy)
A thin layer of gray matter in each cerebral hemisphere between the lenticular nucleus and the island of Reil.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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207v) [Jun.] Pagou o Carnerario em acabamento de pago a Jeronimo Luis dos arcos da claustra cinquoenta e quatro mil trezentos e setenta reis.
Dermot Weld's Making A Break was a big drifter from 4/1-8/1 on his first run of the season in a 9f maiden at Navan but caught the eye when running on for fourth spot behind Claustra.
Inferni claustra penetrans, tuos capitiuos redimens,
The same 'error' must be recognized in Tacitus, Histories 1.6.2 (troop movements at the end of Nero's reign) 'electos praemissosque ad claustra Caspiarum'; Chilver ad loc.
Azameera f Azamour - Claustra Sheikh Sultan Bin Khalifa Al Nahyan 17-RPR 78 She won impressively on her debut at Salisbury, but returned with a sore shoulder after disappointing at Newmarket subsequently.
15.153-55) Quem neque fama deum nec fulmina minitanti Murmure compressit caelum, sed eo magis acrem Irritat animi virtutem, effringere ut arta Naturae primus portarum claustra cupiret.