\bˈɛnɪdˌɪktiːn], \bˈɛnɪdˌɪktiːn], \b_ˈɛ_n_ɪ_d_ˌɪ_k_t_iː_n]\
Definitions of BENEDICTINE
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ben-e-dik'tin, adj. pertaining to St Benedict or his monastic rule.--n. a Black Friar or monk of the order founded at Monte Cassino by St Benedict of Nursia (480-543), which became famous for its learning: a cordial or liqueur resembling Chartreuse, distilled at FÃ©camp in Normandy--once distilled by Benedictine monks.
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Dorsal Root Ganglia
- ganglia located on dorsal roots within vertebral column. ganglion cells are pseudounipolar. single primary bifurcates sending peripheral process to carry sensory information from the periphery and a central branch which relays that spinal cord or brain.