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The rete-penny was an ancient customary due of one penny for every person to the parish priest.
Mainly by removing the rete cells and with them the pigmentation; and partly, also, by stimulating the absorbents.
ESSENTIALS OF DISEASES OF THE SKINHENRY WEIGHTMAN STELWAGON
The rete Malpighii rests on a plane corium; the rent in the section is along the line of the cells of the rete (Mettam).
DISEASES OF THE HORSE'S FOOTHARRY CAULTON REEKS
We have thus produced hollow tubes, united together by cells, all arising from the rete Malpighii of the coronary corium.
DISEASES OF THE HORSE'S FOOTHARRY CAULTON REEKS
In the human brain there is no rete mirabile, though such an organ is found in the calf.
Tables of latitude and longitudes of the stars which were represented on the 'Rete' of the Astrolabe.
In the wide depression in the middle, the plate called the 'Rete' is dropped in, and is shewn in its primary position.
In the figure, the cross-lines are partly hidden by the Rete, which is separate and removable, and revolves within the border.
II, the Rete is shewn as it appears when dropped into the depression in the front of the instrument.
The label is more usually used on the front of the instrument, where the Rete and other plates revolve.

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