The tunic with long sleeves (tunica manicata) was a later fashion.
He come from Alabama in wagons and brought mother and whole lot of 'em, she said, to tunica, Mississippi.
The tunica was worn indoors, when the toga was thrown off, and also outdoors, when the toga was worn over it.
Various substances may be injected; or the hydrocele is incised, the tunica partly removed and the cavity drained.
The tunica media is composed of intermingled bundles of elastic tissue, smooth muscle fibers, and some fibrous tissue.
The pericranium and dura mater adhered firmly to the scull; in many places there was an opake whiteness of the tunica arachnoidea.
The tunica arachnoidea had generally lost its transparency, and was considerably thickened.
The former was garbed in a magnificent toga purpurea, elaborately adjusted so as to show the laticlave on his tunica.
tunica intima: the inner layer of the silk glands: an inner lining or membrane.
A very slight watery effusion between the Pia Mater and tunica arachnoidea.
tunica tu·ni·ca (tōō'nĭ-kə, tyōō'-)
n. pl. tu·ni·cae (-kē', -sē')
An enclosing or enveloping membrane or layer of tissues, as of a blood vessel or other tubular structure.