Crossword clues for vas
- Tube for body fluid
- Some military hospitals, for short
- Some mil. hospitals
- Some govt. hospitals
- Passage (anat.)
- Mil. hospitals
- Med. centers for former soldiers
- Health ctrs. for service members
- Duct, in anatomy
- Body fluid conduit
- Blood vessels: Comb. form
- Blood vessel, e.g
- Biological conduit
- "___ in victory" (school lesson)
- "___ in victory" (part of an alphabet lesson)
- "___ in victory" (letter lesson)
- "___ in victory" (alphabet lesson)
- "___ in vanilla" (grade-school lesson)
- "__ in victor"
- '-- in victory'
- -- deferens
- _____ deferens
- ___ in Victor
- Zoological duct
- Anatomical duct
- ___ deferens
- Biological duct
- ___ in victory
- Anatomical tube
- A tube in which a body fluid circulates
- Duct: anat
- Blood vessel, e.g.
- Organic duct
- Corporeal duct
- Vessel for Virgil
- Roman pledge
- Anatomical vessel
- Anatomical passage
- ___ in volcano
- "___ in victory" (elementary lesson)
- "___ in victory" (grade school learning phrase)
- Some hosps
- "___ in victory" (grade school lesson)
- Tubular body structure
- Tube-shaped structure
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Vas \Vas\, n.; pl. Vasa. [L., a vessel. See Vase.] (Anat.) A vessel; a duct.
Vas deferens; pl. Vasa deferentia. [L. vas vessel + deferens carrying down.] (Anat.) The excretory duct of a testicle; a spermatic duct.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
in anatomy, "a tube, duct, or conduit for conveying blood, lymph, semen, etc.," plural vasa, Latin, literally "vessel." Vas deferens (plural vasa defferentia) is from 1570s.
n. (context anatomy English) A vessel or duct transporting any bodily fluid, such as blood, lymph, chyle, or semen.
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- Vas (band), a musical group
- Vas deferens, connecting the left and right epididymis to the ejaculatory ducts in male anatomy
- Vaccine-associated sarcoma, a type of malignant tumor found in cats
- Value-added service, a telecommunications industry concept
- Vehicle-activated sign, a road traffic sign triggered by traffic
- Vehicle Autonomous System used for driverless cars
- Victoria Archaeological Survey, a government organisation in Victoria, Australia
- Victory at Sea, a 1952 documentary television series
- Victory at Sea (game), a set of naval wargames rules
- Visual analogue scale
- Visual Arts Scotland
Vas was an alternative world musical group composed of Persian vocalist Azam Ali and American percussionist Greg Ellis. Vas is frequently compared to the Australian band Dead Can Dance. The band released four full-length albums, and both artists have released a few solo albums and participated in side projects. After the group's last album, Feast of Silence, Ali and Ellis went their own separate ways.
Azam Ali was born in Iran and moved to Los Angeles, California, in 1985, where she began studying the dulcimer-like santur under the guidance of Manoochehr Sadeghi. Greg Ellis was born and raised in Los Gatos, California, where he first learned to play the drums at age twelve. Ellis moved to Los Angeles in 1984 and started work as a percussionist. The two musicians met at UCLA in 1995 after hearing each other perform; they formed Vas shortly thereafter.
Usage examples of "vas".
American Tonsil, Adenoid and Vas Deferens Society, at the Old Royal Maison New Orleans.
A large sign in the lobby of the hotel directed him to the fifth-floor headquarters of the Tonsil, Adenoid and Vas Deferens Society.
It is my, great honor, indeed my personal privilege, to introduce to you, my colleagues, Michaelangelo Fetterizzini, Fellow of the American Tonsil, Adenoid and Vas Deferens Society.
NEW ORLEANSThe American Tonsil, Adenoid and Vas Deferens Society is holding their fifth annual convention this week in the Old Royal Maison New Orleans.
On the matter of the greatest medical importance, I must speak immediately with the head man of the American Tonsil, Adenoid and Vas Deferens Society.
Tickets for the Knights to attend the final, formal, farewell banquet of the American Tonsil, Adenoid and Vas Deferens Society had been obtained for them, and Horsey wanted to make sure their appearance would bring prestige to the occasion.
Grand Ballroom of the Old Royal Maison New Orleans, Channel Fourteen brings you coverage of the final, formal, farewell banquet of the American Tonsil, Adenoid and Vas Deferens Society.
There was a visible and audible sigh of relief from the assembled fellows of the American Tonsil, Adenoid and Vas Deferens Society.
Mais, avant que je parte, tu vas me jurer, tes levres sur les miennes, que je puis avoir confiance en toi.
Er sah die Nachbildungen von Meisterwerken aus allen Galerieen der Erde, die kostbaren Rahmen in ihrer simplen Bizarrerie, die Renaissanceplastik, die Bronzeleiber und Zierglaeser, die schillernden Vasen, den Buchschmuck und die Portraets der Kuenstler, Musiker, Philosophen, Schauspieler, Dichter, sah alles an und wandte an jeden Gegenstand einen Augenblick.
The irritation extends into the ejaculatory ducts, thence backward into the seminal vesicles, and downward through the vasa deferentia to the testes.
Comment, Baptiste Croque-Oison, toi qui as un si beau nez, tu vas le risquer contre les gros poings de ce butor!
Sharley Pates says if any von hat tapped his vashington vire er any utter Capitol vire dis veek he vould haf tought dere vas a Senate, House, unt Kabinet roll-gall on.
I got bonked on der skonce alzo, und I vas only at dot dodgasted cellar to deliver five gallons uff cream.
Fallopian tubes in the female, and vas deferens or vesiculae seminales in the male, rather than the ovaries or testicles.