Words nearby Cava
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Origin of ça va
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In 1972, I was assigned by a magazine to write a story on Cava.
Also on my “must” list: BLT Steak, DC Coast, Oval Room and Cava.
Like the French Crémants, Cava is made using the traditional Champagne method.
Maccabeo provides Cava with its body; Xarel-lo lends notes of earth; and Parellada imparts a touch of ripe apples.
Try drinking it via a porrón, a glass pitcher traditionally used with the Spanish sparkler cava.
By this passage it is taken into the right auricle, along with the impure blood of the vena cava.
Ligature of the inferior vena cava above the diaphragm also leads to a large increase in the flow of duct lymph.
They therefore do not act like sieves, filtering fluid sent to them by the vena cava, and themselves contributing no force.On the Natural Faculties|Galen
Eodem tempore tactu sentitur pulsus Arteriae quasi attrahitur vena cava.Harvey's Views on the Use of the Circulation of the Blood|John G. Curtis
It is moreover inconsistent to suppose regions called κοιλα, or cava, to have been denominated from Sama, high.