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A urinary calculus enclosed in a sac developed from the wall of the bladder.pocketed calculus
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Why are zero and the letter “O” both circles? The answer involves both science and mysticismLong, long ago, typewriters made no distinction between the number 0 and the letter O. While the two share the same shape, the origin of both number and letter are quite different. Let’s look at the distinct astrological and optical inspirations that created these seemingly identical symbols. Derived from the Semitic letter ayin and inspired by the circular eye-shaped Egyptian hieroglyph for “eye,” the letter O …
- end around,
- end artery,
- end brush,
- end bud
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