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lozenge

1. Med a medicated tablet held in the mouth until it has dissolved
2. Geometry another name for rhombus
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Lozenge

An equilateral four-sided figure with pairs of equal angles, two acute and two obtuse; a rhombic or diamond-shaped figure.
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lozenge

1. A rhomb or, more rarely, a rhomboid; usually one of a series.
2. In a double lancet window, a small light which pierces the space between the heads of the two lancets. (See illustration p. 608.)
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In October 2017, Taiho Pharmaceutical launched Pitas Sore Throat Troche (designated quasi-drug), which is effective for sore and swollen throats.
In response to the show host's question "How can we come to Azerbaijan and resolve visa issues?" Carlos Troche said: "As I have already noted, the Azerbaijani Embassy in Argentina is operating.
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"I used to struggle with it a lot more when I was younger and now I'm just like, There's no getting out of it," says Troche. Some queer people in the industry feel that they are offered television jobs because of their 'unique' perspective.
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Primary among the concerns of opponents like Troche is a provision that would do away with the state's so-called 4X4 graduation plan, which requires four years of courses in math, science, social studies and English.
Third-generation Puerto Rican immigrants such as Troche and Lopez are likely to engage a broader spectrum of social issues, themes, and questions and, as such, less frequently use formal Spanish and are oftentimes more distant from local island politics than their first- and second-generation counterparts.
Instead, the Troches struggled to meet loan repayments and expenses for five years before selling at a 300,000-dollar loss last year.