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VACCARIA, old Eng. law. A word which is derived from vacca, a cow, and signifies a dairy-house. Co. Litt. 5 b.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Both the Piovana and the Vaccaria are riddled with devious plots by or on behalf of the upper-class characters to cheat others or steal money from them as a means of affording pleasures that are out of financial reach, plots in which the servant characters, urbanized peasants, gleefully participate.
0M/45F any pressure to (without (2009) [23] 39.5 [+ or -] AP AP: CO4, needle point) 12.0 CO18, HG, AP: CO4, TF4 CO18, HG, TF4 Auricular acupressure Acupressure Hsieh 8 M/76 F 18-20 to Japanese tape (0.5 * (2010) [24] Magnetic 0.5 cm) on ear Pearl or Vaccaria seeds Vaccaria seeds to AP; applied pressure to Needle AA Hsieh et al.
We have been sampling Naples semi-annually to monthly since fall 2006 and on 20 September 2013 found Aplysia vaccaria for the first time there.
On the other hand, even in the works, such as the Anconitana and the Vaccaria, in which he includes the traditional roles, these roles are drastically overturned.
tasettait 203 Silene vulgaris (Moench) Garcke tighighit 204 Vaccaria hispanica (Mill.) wawghiyi Rauschert (incl.
Angeloni and Bradbury (1999) tagged the large marine ospithobranch Aplysia vaccaria with PITs, but did not record tag retention.
Vaccaria seeds have a hard shell and are the size of an acupuncture point on the ear.
Tiedongqing clearing') (Aquifoliaceae) [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Wangbuliuxing Vaccaria segetalis Mailancai ('blood- (Neck.) Garcke [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] invigorating') (Caryophyllaceae) Table 3a.
On top of this small seeds (known as vaccaria) may be taped over points on the ear and the patient asked to manipulate them.
As many historians have been quick to point out Denby's unique selling point in Yorkshire at this time, `Ibi est vaccaria' (there is a cattle house) is recorded in the Domesday Book.