from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Pl. crinones (kri-nō′ nēz). A cuticular disease supposed to arise from the insinuation of a hair-worm under the skin of infants.
- n. A genus of Entozoa, found chiefly in horses and dogs.
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The word crisis itself comes from the latin verb "crino," which means "to judge."
Princess Margaret was among the guests and could immediately be seen on the parquet floor wearing a crino-line and being worshiped by her adoring set who were known at the time as "the Smarties."
Praetores insctibantor inde. a Ma - mos tres com capite CaracaUae « tene - crino: eill.
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