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- n. Plural form of esca.
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Dixit pater noster, Revertimini, emite nobis pusillum escae.
* Adhuc escae eorum erant in ore ipsorum, et ira Dei descendit super eos:  1
Just make sure he doesn't escae and runs to my compound.
A ghost is rapid motion in a confined space is therefore less likely to escae than when moving slowly, and will be difficlt to locate (Heisenberg.)
Now, after he had eaten the meat, and had scarcely finished satisfying his longing, there came and stood over against him, in a vision, a monstrous hellish figure, who, after repeating the verse, "Adhuc escae eorum erant in ore ipsorum, et ira Dei descendit super eos" (Ps. lxxvii.