1512–48, sixth queen consort of Henry VIII of England.
Catherine, Catherine Parr.
Catherine Parr was a corpulent old lady, fortified by at least forty summers, but she readily listened to the proposals of Henry.
The Comic History Of England Gilbert Abbott A’Beckett
Until recently it was held to be the portrait of Catherine Parr.
Holbein Beatrice Fortescue
So near was Catherine Parr to the block, and so narrow was her escape!
A Child’s History of England Charles Dickens
In 1543 Henry married a sixth wife, Catherine Parr, who actually survived him.
A Student’s History of England, v. 2 (of 3) Samuel R. Gardiner.
It was the work of Queen Catherine Parr, and was enclosed in solid gold.
The Queer, the Quaint and the Quizzical Frank H. Stauffer
Catherine Parr, his last wife, barely escaped execution for having encouraged the reformers.
Monks, Popes, and their Political Intrigues John Alberger
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- Catheter embolus
catheter embolus catheter embolus n. A coiled worm-shaped aggregate of platelets and fibrin that develops on the catheter or the guide wire used in vascular catheterization.
to introduce a catheter into. Historical Examples If both sides be completely obstructed, the only method to adopt is catheterization from the mouth. A System of Operative Surgery, Volume IV (of 4) Various verb (transitive) to insert a catheter into catheterize cath·e·ter·ize (kāth’ĭ-tə-rīz’) v. cath·e·ter·ized, cath·e·ter·iz·ing, cath·e·ter·iz·es To introduce a catheter into. cath’e·ter·i·za’tion (-rĭ-zā’shən) catheterization […]
to introduce a catheter into. verb (transitive) to insert a catheter into catheterize cath·e·ter·ize (kāth’ĭ-tə-rīz’) v. cath·e·ter·ized, cath·e·ter·iz·ing, cath·e·ter·iz·es To introduce a catheter into. cath’e·ter·i·za’tion (-rĭ-zā’shən)