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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A radioactive transuranic metallic element.

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  • I got to c-u-r, “curettage” and “curium: a metallic radioactive element produced artificially.”
  • If a Latin speaker were to use the phrase “per curium,” he would mean “by or according to the city in Cyprus” i.e., Kourion.
  • Small point: firefox auto-spell check prefers curium over curiam, though it is not attempting anything other than a dictionary search.
  • Oh, I forgot to mention, the unsigned per curium opinions that Sotomayor was on both appeared to follow the binding precedent United States v. for more
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