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  • noun Plural form of cist.

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Examples

  • Hungarians are racists, fascists and other "- cists".

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  • Hungarians are racists, fascists and other "- cists".

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  • Long cists are widespread in fifth- and sixth-century cemeteries in south-eastern Scotland Dark 2002, p. 203, which is not so very far from the Birdoswald area.

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  • Long cists are widespread in fifth- and sixth-century cemeteries in south-eastern Scotland Dark 2002, p. 203, which is not so very far from the Birdoswald area.

    Birdoswald Roman Fort: post-Roman activity on the site

  • Now Yiitir and Maarni, historian and folklorist respectively, as well as several Linyaari physi cists, occupied the room containing the time device, while Aari explained its mechanism to them.

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  • Dr. Rowe confirms that Rachel is indeed pregnant, tells Rachel how crazy it is that her cists are completely gone, and schedules an appointment for her to come back in four weeks.

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  • Long cists are widespread in fifth- and sixth-century cemeteries in south-eastern Scotland Dark 2002, p. 203, which is not so very far from the Birdoswald area.

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  • Dr. Rowe confirms that Rachel is indeed pregnant, tells Rachel how crazy it is that her cists are completely gone, and schedules an appointment for her to come back in four weeks.

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  • As for piercing, if you want to lose your teeth in later years, go ahead, pierce your tongue. if you want to invite infection, the formation of nasty scarring and cists, pierce your body and if you want to have a truly miserable time of it when you've got a cold, pierce your nose.

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  • When we got back to Kilmartin Glen, we spent the afternoon checking out ancient sites - forts, standing stones, stone circles, cairns, cists, rock art - the glen is full of all kinds of these remnants of previous civilizations.

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