See also:objects, the meaning
See also:common to them being capacity to hold or contain something . Thus it is a general
See also:term for any utensil capable of containing liquids, and for those tubular structures in anatomy, such as the
See also:veins or lymphatics, which contain, secrete or circulate the
See also:blood or
See also:lymph .
See also:Organs or structures which are largely supplied with vessels are said to be " vascular " (
See also:Lat. vasculum, another diminutive of vas) . Vessel (as in French) is also a general term for all craft capable of floating on
See also:water larger than a rowing
See also:boat .
AMERIGO VESPUCCI (1451—1512)
VESTA (Gr. 'Errata)
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