Any of the fine granular precipitates or irregular cytoplasmic particles usually present in red blood cells infected with the trophozoites of Plasmodium falciparum.
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Word Fact: What’s the Name for the Dot Over the i and j?While many languages, such as Arabic and Hebrew, add specific accents to the letters or characters throughout their alphabet, the English alphabet has only two letters that include a diacritic dot. This mark is added to a letter to signal a change in either the sound or meaning of a character. What is the additional name of this curious dot that hovers over the ninth …
- multitude of sins, cover a,
- multiuser system,
- multivalent vaccine,
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