noun, plural tes·tae [tes-tee] /ˈtɛs ti/. Botany.
Origin of testa
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“He had over the years made different offerings, and some were really ridiculous,” Testa says.‘Speed-Freak Killer’ Wesley Shermantine to Help Police Find Victims|Christine Pelisek|July 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
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.
“I would say that Melissa was tempted by these girls,” says Testa.
This property appears to be associated with one of the layers of the testa.
And then the Parmesan, "I will put him to sleep and bear him to the capo in testa in our name!"
Before the tenth century the houses were mostly of wood, and thatched with straw or shingles (Testa, p. 11).The Evolution of States|J. M. Robertson
Tak' dem to capo in testa for show extrra gooda faith in nama da Arma of Zhoostees.
Testa plerumque spir elongat, apertur ad basin angustat, siphone superiore parvo aut nullo.Zoological Illustrations, Volume I|William Swainson