from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A plural of cervix.
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- n. Plural form of cervix.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Plural of cervix.
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We believe that DCS should conduct inspections of hospitals or clinics in the DCS to evaluate the level of standards of professional practice, the quality of health care cervices rendered to inmates by nurses and not other inmates and adherence to policies both for DCS and where applicable for the department of health.
I'm sure you're aware from looking inside your diaper that possum boys have a bifurcated penis, meant to fit the twin cervices of the possum girl.
Regina causarum et arbitra rerum, nunc erectas cervices opprimit, &c. 6734.
Now I'm no authority on the human anatomy, but I'm fairly certain that females are the only members of the human race that are susceptible to cervical cancer since, um, they're the only ones with cervices.
I can't remember how to spell myself anymore because although I was once a competent proofreader I've spent a lot of time on the intarwebs since then and have almost grown accustomed to pregnate women with dialating cervices so how many Ls there are in travelling is beyond me.
Certainly, old folks can't jump, -- break the necks of their thigh-bones, (femorum cervices,) if they do; can't crack nuts with their teeth; can't climb a greased pole
Applying protective sealants can become a cumbersome process of maneuvering around the cervices of each shingle to ensure total protection.
Water leak accident at 16: 12 as I saw it, the damage was reported 53 minutes earlier to the emergency cervices.
The diplomat spoke of national leader Heydar Aliyev's cervices to his country and people, and also praised President Ilham Aliyev's role in
Complete separation and full development of both müllerian ducts is noted. (a) Two vaginas and 2 cervices; (b) 2 distinct cervices; (c) 2 uterine horns are widely splayed; (d) cross section of uterine bodies and cervices.