Origin of Nasi
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How to use Nasi in a sentence
Early in his association with the Madoffs, Bill Nasi witnessed a curious moment between Bernie and Ruth.
Nasi recalls once arriving early at the office to hear Bernie, who must have assumed they were alone, screaming at his brother.
Unlike Nasi, who later went to college, most staff were barely educated bridge-and-tunnel types.
Nihil me pnitet hujus nasi, quoth Pamphagus;——that is—My nose has been the making of me.
Miles peregrini in faciem suspexit——D boni, nova forma nasi!
It must be noticed, that the man who carried the brush-wood had thrust one or two flowering shrubs through the septum nasi.
The nasals are separated anteromedially by the cartilaginous septum nasi.
There is an anterior cartilaginous septum nasi separating the two nasals; the latter overlap the sphenethmoid posteriorly.