1. (Greek mythology) the rarified fluid said to flow in the veins of the Gods
  2. a fluid product of inflammation
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  • Moreover, I realized -- experienced, even -- at long last, that "the Body of Christ" is a good deal more than a figure of speech; it is an appalling truth and mystery, uniting us beyond our knowing with one another, and uniting us with an ever greater mystery, the perichoresis ( "circling dance") of the Holy Trinity Who is our One God. Scott Cairns: Recovering the Body of Christ
  • The creek is running, but it's as black as Baal's blood, black as the ichor of a god no one dares worship, and it runs like slow clotted goose fat.
  • Very few of us had seen a Lully opera in real life, said harpsichordist Dongsuk Shin. Historic Opera Fit for Kings County
  • He has here at home a harpsichord, forte-piano, harmonica, guitar, violin, and German flutes, and at Williamsburg, he has a good pipe organ. Colonial Children
  • The cembalo was the favorite instrument in Italy during the seventeenth century, and in England it had a great currency under the name of harpsichord. A Popular History of the Art of Music From the Earliest Times Until the Present
  • In hemichordates, the three adult coelomic cavities are derived from coelomic sacs that form around the gut of the larva (an unpaired protocoel and two pairs of sacs for the mesocoel and metacoel).
  • The body is a harpsichord, and when its strings are too relaxed, or too tense, the man is sick.
  • She became a protegee of German violinist Adolf Busch and also studied with renowned harpsichordist Wanda Landowska and guitarist Andres Segovia. Blanche Moyse, musical pioneer and peerless conductor of Bach choral works, dies at 101
  • It is usually associated with the organ, although it proves originally to have been intended for the harpsichord with pedals.
  • Even my feet are beginning to move slightly and it takes bombs to bring out any rudimentary terpsichorean talents that I possess.
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