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patera

(pat -ĕ-ră) (plural: paterae) An irregular saucerlike volcanic structure with scalloped edges. The word is used in the approved name of such a surface feature on a planet or satellite.

Patera

A representation of a flat round or oval disk found in friezes.

patera

[pə′ter·ə]
(astronomy)
A shallow crater with complex scalloped edges, which occurs on Mars but has not been observed on any other planet.

patera

architectural paterae
A roundel, often decorated with leaves, petals, or the like; sometimes used as a decorative element, such as on a corner block. Also See rosette.
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Today, things are evolving, the patisseries are becoming trendy spots and the pastry chefs are real celebrities," Patera asserts.
A chaque fois qu'une embarcation de fortune, une [beaucoup moins que] patera [beaucoup plus grand que] ou un [beaucoup moins que] cayuco [beaucoup plus grand que] (pirogue), sombre au fond de la mer, les medias espagnols y trouvent aussitot une aubaine pour illustrer leurs teles journaux de sequences prises de cadavres flottants d'immigres subsahariens ou de ceux repeches in extremis par un patrouilleur.
DO PA Jason Patera, MD NE Paul Penar, MD VT Vince Perron, MD FL Charles Perrotta, MD, MS PA David Peters, DO PA Maria Piraner, MD GA Richard Popwell Jr.
The second pan, called the Amiens Patera, came to light in 1949 at the site of a Roman house in Amiens in France.
Here we report on specific white clouds forming in the afternoon over Alba Patera, Olympus Mons (aka Nix Olympica), the Tharsis Montes (Ascraeus Mons, Pavonis Mons and Arsia Mons) and Elysium Mons.
Class Order Family Genus/species Gastropoda Stylommatophora Polygridae Patera perigrapta PILSBRY Malacostraca Isopoda Trichoniscidae Caucasonethes sp.
The study examined images taken in 2007 and 2010 of the Nili Patera sand dune field located near the Martian equator.
com'," said Julien Patera, one of the four founders.
The god holds a patera in his right hand and a lyre in his left and the legend above and below the altar reads 'APOLLINI ACTIO' (Gurval 1995:285).
We defined the condition we call "patera foot" as all of the following: 1) acute SSTI involving the feet or legs, 2) direct relation of the infection to sea journey by overcrowded patera under extreme conditions, and 3) good health status before travel.
When the messenger comes disguised as a white dove and he brings me from Cuba the words of the song by Concha Mendez from Cuba, there, in my cupped hands as at the bottom of a patera, I see your face and I drink it sip by sip, your dead face, eyes shut and on their lids the weight of all the dust of all the time that has passed since the year of your execution.
Patera for fruitful discussions on the subject, as most of the work was done during a research visit with his group.