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  • n. Plural form of par.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In anatomy, a part.

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  • i think we shouldnt beable to shot right next to the campers but we should beable to use guns in national parks. anyone who doesnt want guns in national pars is just an antigun idiot lookin to tigntin the leash on gn owners even f their are no logical arguments against the guns in parks

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  • "i think we shouldnt beable to shot right next to the campers but we should beable to use guns in national parks. anyone who doesnt want guns in national pars is just an antigun idiot .."

    Locked & Loaded in Parkland

  • The Bulb of the Vestibule (bulbus vestibuli; vaginal bulb) is the homologue of the bulb and adjoining part of the corpus cavernosum urethræ of the male, and consists of two elongated masses of erectile tissue, placed one on either side of the vaginal orifice and united to each other in front by a narrow median band termed the pars intermedia.

    XI. Splanchnology. 3d. 5. The External Organs

  • This double layer is known as the pars ciliaris retinæ, and can be traced forward from the ciliary processes on to the back of the iris, where it is termed the pars iridica retinæ or uvea.

    X. The Organs of the Senses and the Common Integument. 1c. 1. The Tunics of the Eye

  • But he had a three-hole stretch of not making any pars, which is what makes Lefty so entertaining.

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  • The nucleus isthmii is divided into two parts, called pars magnocellularis (Imc; "the part with the large cells") and pars parvocellularis (Ipc; "the part with the small cells").

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  • Imc is also sometimes called pars semilunaris, because it is shaped like a half-moon, or rather crescent-moon, in cross-section.

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  • Your smiles and laughter are the last lights that play around the white hairs of an aged duke; your winsome tendernesses are the dreams of a young man who writes "pars" about you on Friday, and dines with you on Sunday; you are an ideal in many lives which without you would certainly be ideal-less. '

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  • "We reviewed the most recent 18-month usage history on each item we identi fi ed and determined what the 'pars' should be," he explains.

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  • "I had lots of pars, which is good, and I was able to control the danger on the bad holes.

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