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falx

[falks]
(anatomy)
A sickle-shaped structure.
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Ejemplos de este tipo, como anteriormente describimos, son los yacimientos de la tarraconense como El Morer (San Pol de Mar, Barcelona), Font del Vilar (Avinyonet de Puigventos, Gerona), Vallmora (Teia, Barcelona) y Cant Sent-roma (Tiana, Barcelona); los documentados en las villae lusitanas de Milreu (Estoi, Faro), Torre Aguila (Barbano, Badajoz), Sao Cucufate (Vila de Frades, Beja) y Carrion (Merida, Badajoz), y los detectados en Los Villares de Falces y Funes en Navarra.
These unrequested thoughts have been found to be partly responsible for the ease of retrieval effect (Tormala, Falces, Brinol, & Petty, 2007).
The Spanish version of Need for Cognition (Falces, Brinol, Sierra, Becerra & Alier, 2001) was also included for discriminant validity purposes.
I would like to thank Marta Falces, Leanne Bartley and Nicolas Robinson for their valuable comments on the draft versions of this article.
This is especially marked for studies on rugose corals, (Rodriguez 1985; Rodriguez and Falces, 1996; Rodriguez et al., 2001; Rodriguez and Somerville, 2007; Gomez-Herguedas and Rodriguez, 2008).