from The Century Dictionary.
- Of or pertaining to the Seres, an Asiatic people, from whom the ancient Greeks and Romans got the first silk.
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Medic garments, _i. e._ silk; called "seric" in Procopius 'time, as coming from the Chinese (Seres); worn by the Vandals, IV. vi.
And they wore gold very generally, and clothed themselves in the Medic garments, which now they call "seric,"  and passed their time, thus dressed, in theatres and hippodromes and in other pleasureable pursuits, and above all else in hunting.
Now is the turn of the science, Measuring with devices, neuroimage technologies and of course, seric tests.
Microcitara feripriva Macrocitara Colesterol Proteine T.de PT. Aport Fe - N Sangerari - negativ T. Adler - negativ Nivel seric AF Nivel seric B12 T. Schilling