Dura is a genus of moths in the family Lymantriidae. ...
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Dura: The outermost, toughest, and most fibrous of the three membranes (meninges) covering the brain and the spinal cord. Dura is short for dura mater (from the Latin for hard mother). Also called the pachymeninx (singular) or pachymeniges (plural). Epidural means outside the dura. An accumulation of blood outside the dura is an epidural hematoma.
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Short form for Dura mater
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Synonym: dura mater. ... Origin: L. Fem. Of durus, hard ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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• (n.) Short form for Dura mater.
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Dura (door'u) or Europus (yoorō'pus) , ancient city of Syria, on the Euphrates River and E of Palmyra, sometimes called Dura-Europus or Dura-Europos. Founded (c.300 B.C.) by a general of Seleucus I, it prospered. In the 2d cent. A.D. the Parthians took Dura, and in A.D. 165 it was take...
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Dura, in the Bible, plain, near Babylon, where Nebuchadnezzar set up a golden image.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: dū′ră Synonyms: dura mater
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adjective, Latin = hard (cf. durable); dura mater, the tough covering membrane of the central nervous system.
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