Tela tamen sola, cum crebris comminacionibus et conuiciis, transuolarunt.
The whole structure is known as the Tela vasculosa, or choroid plexus of the fourth ventricle (fig. 250, chd 4).
It is probable that alama and Tela de nacar had silver interwoven with their texture.
Peters secured a single specimen from a coconut palm near Tela, in the same general region, on January 18, 1928.
On the accomplishment of these changes it is known as the Tela choroidea of the third ventricle.
In Tela terra el 'aura favellano d'amore; Te sola al mio dolore conforto io sognero Oh!
Tela di renso sottile per far camicie mandato a Carpi al sig.
We arrived at Tela at nine o'clock in the evening, being a journey of five hours.
tela te·la (tē'lə)
n. pl. te·lae (-lē)
A thin weblike structure.
A tissue, especially of delicate formation.