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The Latin pannus, meaning ‘shred’, used as an accessory cloud term applied to ragged cloud either beneath or attached to another cloud, usually cumulonimbus, cumulus, nimbostratus, or ...

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A Dictionary of Geology and Earth Sciences (5 ed.)

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2020

... From the Latin pannus meaning ‘shred’, an accessory cloud term applied to ragged cloud either beneath or attached to another cloud, usually cumulonimbus , cumulus , nimbostratus , or altostratus . See also cloud classification...

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A Dictionary of Nursing (7 ed.)

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2017
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...pannus [ pan -ŭs] n. vascularized granulation tissue in the superficial layers of the cornea of the eye, which grows in from the conjunctiva....

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The Oxford Dictionary of Sports Science & Medicine (3 ed.)

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2007

... 1 The growth of vascular tissue in the cornea of the eye, which may occur after inflammation of the cornea; it impairs vision. 2 Extension of thickened synovial membrane onto the cartilage of a joint...

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A Dictionary of Weather (2 ed.)

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2008

... ( pan ) [Latin: ‘shred’] An accessory cloud that consists of ragged shreds of cloud, which sometimes form a semi-continuous layer beneath the main cloud. The latter may be altostratus , cumulus , cumulonimbus , or nimbostratus...

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A Dictionary of Biomedicine (2 ed.)

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...pannus 1. Vascularized granulation tissue , derived from synovial tissue, that grows over the bearing surface of the joint in rheumatoid arthritis and leads to breakdown of the articular surface. 2. Granulation tissue that invades the cornea from the conjunctiva....

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Concise Medical Dictionary (10 ed.)

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2020
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... n. vascularized granulation tissue in the superficial layers of the cornea, growing in from the conjunctiva. It is seen as a result of inflammation of the cornea or conjunctiva, particularly in trachoma...

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A Dictionary of Ecology (5 ed.)

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... The Latin pannus , meaning ‘shred’, used as an accessory cloud term applied to ragged cloud either beneath or attached to another cloud, usually cumulonimbus , cumulus , nimbostratus , or altostratus . See also cloud classification...

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A Dictionary of Ophthalmology

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2017
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Medicine and health, Clinical Medicine, Surgery
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...pannus Subepithelial fibrovascular ingrowth in the corneal stroma such as may occur in chronic keratitis or other severe ocular surface disorders....

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Pocket Oxford Latin Dictionary: Latin-English (3 ed.)

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2012
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Bilingual dictionaries, Classical studies
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New Oxford American Dictionary (3 ed.)

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2015
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Oxford Dictionary of English (3 ed.)

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Australian Oxford Dictionary (2 ed.)

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2004
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pannus

pannus  

The Latin pannus, meaning ‘shred’, used as an accessory cloud term applied to ragged cloud either beneath or attached to another cloud, usually cumulonimbus, cumulus, nimbostratus, or altostratus. ...
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n. vascularized granulation tissue in the superficial layers of the cornea, growing in from the conjunctiva. It is seen as a result of inflammation of the cornea or conjunctiva, particularly in ...
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The Oxford Dictionary of Family Names in Britain and Ireland

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2016
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... • Current frequencies: GB 214, Ireland 0 • GB frequency 1881: 0 Indian (Panjab) : Sikh, based on the name of a Jat...

panel

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(Anglo-French panel, a slip of parchment (cloth) listing jurors, from Latin pannus (piece of cloth))A group of people called on to participate in some activity (e.g. to advise an ...
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An over-written passage in which the writer has strained too hard to achieve an impressive effect, by elaborate figures or other means. The phrase (Latin, purpureus pannus) was first used by the ...
accessory cloud

accessory cloud  

A small cloud that is seen to be associated with a much larger cloud belonging to one of the ten cloud genera (see cloud classification). Pileus, tuba, and velum are accessory clouds.
floccus

floccus  

From the Latin floccus meaning ‘tuft’, a species of cloud with a tufted appearance, the lower parts of which are rather ragged, often with virga. The species is most associated with cirrus, ...
cumulonimbus

cumulonimbus  

A low-based, rain-bearing cumulus cloud, dark grey at the base and white at the crown, which spreads into an anvil shape, as it is levelled by strong upper-air winds.

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