noun, Jewish History.
Also called Great Sanhedrin. the highest council of the ancient Jews, consisting of 71 members, and exercising authority from about the 2nd century b.c.
Also called Lesser Sanhedrin. a lower tribunal of this period, consisting of 23 members.
the supreme judicial, ecclesiastical, and administrative council of the Jews in New Testament times, having 71 members
a similar tribunal of 23 members having less important functions and authority
[san-uh-buh l, -bel] /ˈsæn ə bəl, -ˌbɛl/ noun 1. an island in the Gulf of Mexico off the SW coast of Florida. 16 sq. mi. (41.5 sq. km).
noun 1. any plant belonging to the genus Sanicula, of the parsley family, as S. marilandica, of America, used in medicine. noun 1. any umbelliferous plant of the genus Sanicula, of most regions except Australia, having clusters of small white flowers and oval fruits with hooked bristles: formerly thought to have healing powers
noun, Mineralogy. 1. a glassy, often transparent variety of orthoclase in which sodium may replace as much as 50 percent of the potassium: forms phenocrysts in some igneous rocks. noun 1. an alkali feldspar that is a high-temperature glassy form of orthoclase in flat, tabular crystals, found in lavas and dykes. Formula: KAlSi3O8
noun, Pathology. 1. a thin, often greenish, serous fluid that is discharged from ulcers, wounds, etc. noun 1. (pathol) a thin greenish foul-smelling discharge from a wound, ulcer, etc, containing pus and blood sanies sa·ni·es (sā’nē-ēz’) n. pl. sanies A thin, fetid, blood-tinged fluid consisting of serum and pus discharged from a wound, an ulcer, […]