[ UK /tˈɪni‍ə/ ]
  1. infections of the skin or nails caused by fungi and appearing as itching circular patches
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  • Great Alardyce is indeed of the same generation as Carlyle, Harriet Martineau numbering as a member of both eminent men's circles.
  • Most older Argentineans still use the diminutives Juanito for him and Evita for her.
  • He went on to say that the fugitives had been pursued and captured and brought back to bondage; and upon Borrow's admitting that he had been the instigator of the adventure, he was sentenced to be flogged, and that it was on the back of this very Martineau that he had been "horsed" to undergo the punishment! Hawthorne and His Circle
  • tinea corporis is a fungal infection of the nonhairy parts of the skin
  • Whilst they were debating these points, the Lacedaemonians had incorporated the men of Tegea and the men of Mantinea, and were ready to debouch into the bimarine region. 256 And as the two armies advanced almost at the same time, the Corinthians and the rest reached the Nemea,257 and the Lacedaemonians and their allies occupied Sicyon. Hellenica
  • GATINEAU, QC, Nov. 26/CNW Telbec/- Striking workers from the Museum of Civilization and War Museum voted overwhelmingly to reject a final offer from the Canadian Museum of Civilization Corporation this evening, at a membership meeting in Gatineau. Undefined
  • It's not a fun topic, but your feet can suffer from a variety of fungal infections that are a form of tinea, or ringworm.
  • It enabled us to confidently determine that we can be of most value to advertisers and publishers by offering a tailored solution that meets more specialized needs. as a standalone beta called Gatineau in October 2007, and then was integrated into the adCenter website. LiveSide - Windows Live news and interviews
  • Tantalus, ut famast, cassa formidine torpens; sed magis in uita diuum metus urget inanis mortalis casumque timent quem cuique ferat fors; nec Tityon uolucres ineunt Acherunte iacentem nec quod sub magno scrutentur pectore quicquam55 perpetuam aetatem possunt reperire profecto; quamlibet immani proiectu corporis exstet, qui non sola nouem dispessis iugera membris obtineat, sed qui terrai totius orbem, non tamen aeternum poterit perferre dolorem60 nec praebere cibum proprio de corpore semper; sed Tityos nobis non est in amore iacentem quem luctus lacerant: at quem exest anxius angor aut alia quauis scindunt cuppedine curae. The Powers of Hell
  • Maxime Clermont (Gatineau): We're disappointed this athletic goalie hasn't stepped forward as we expected. Lack of top defensemen in this year's NHL draft
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