noun, plural tes·tae [tes-tee]. /ˈtɛs ti/. Botany.
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The Daily Pic: In 1650, Pietro Testa painted a picture of drowning, then drowned himself.
Shermantine even tried to persuade deputy DA Testa, the man who sent him to death row, to make a deal.
“He had over the years made different offerings, and some were really ridiculous,” Testa says.
Testa says Huckaby's attempts to divert attention from herself show that she was sane.
Testa—who is tall and intense—says her demeanor led detectives to peg her as a suspect.
Testa ovato-oblonga valde tumida clausa radiatim costata, costis transverse costato-striatis, auriculis minutis, margine crenato.
Testa subrotunda convexiuscula rugosa et plicata spiraliter sulcata intus argenteo et rubro margaritacea, spira prominula.
Testa minuta oblique conica tenuis pellucida linea albida opaca et fasciis coccineis ornata, anfractibus valde convexis.
Testa ovata, conica fulva rudis spiraliter striata sulcata, spira acuta, fauce livida.
Testa ovato-conica imperforata purpureo-albida laevigata, anfractibus convexis ultimo subangulato, apertura purpurea unifasciata.