So far, courts have sided with the insurance firm, Chicago-based cna, in denying Eysselinck's claim.
The immediate occasion of his death was—not breakfast nor cna, but something of the kind.
The bath had become a part of the daily life as momentous as the cna itself, which it regularly preceded.
At the end of the nine days the sacrificium novendile was offered to the dead and the cna novendilis was celebrated at the house.
This by the Greeks was rendered Χναας, and Χνας; and in later times Χνα, cna.