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“The intrepid travelers at Curious Expeditions took this photo and many other fantastic shots at the Museo delle Cere Anatomiche (Museum of Anatomical Waxes) in Bologna, Italy.”
“A team from Stanford University Medical Media and Information Technologies (SUMMIT) collaborated with colleagues from the University of Bologna and 3D photographer Bernard Makinson to document the sculptures, currently stored at the Museo delle Cere Anatomiche Luigi Cattaneo.”
“In his concurring opinion, Judge Anthony J. Parillo cites Daniel Cere, the Director of the Institute for the Study of Marriage, Law, and Culture at McGill University, who argues for "the rich genealogical nature of heterosexual family ties.”
“It's so familiar, it hurts - I know exactly where you stood to take those photos, and I know the brocante you went to I'm a proud owner of various eclectic and bizarre treasures from the Saint Cere brocante.”
“Never have I ever before encountered someone that's heard of Saint Cere or Bretenoux, and you've visited - often.”
“Imagine my delight when I clicked on LaCoquette, as I do on a regular basis, to see photos of sunny Saint Cere.”
“She gathered them around her, to show them her games, while Cere taught the adults how to make baskets and Kalar spoke of the Mother.”
“Zena liked to be independent, and she was old enough now to stay out of danger, but Cere still worried when she went off by herself.”
“Cere wanted badly, still, to ask Mina about these things.”
“Cere and Tempa, a young female who had joined the tribe a few years ago, vied for a chance to try it, but Zena could make only one more of the devices from the pelt, so they took turns.”
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