n pl val·vae : VALVE
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- The valva, which is usually large, as it is used to grasp the female during mating.
- The central door, below the niche containing this statue, is called the Royal Door, or valva regia.
- Anthony Valva, PC Gamer's intern at the time, took over producing the podcast up to episode 274.
- Saint Pamphilus, Bishop of Valva, renowned for his sanctity and miracles, died about 706; he was buried in Sulmona Cathedral.
- Male odontiines have a semimembraneous uncus which is broad and distally bilobed, and the valva is more or less broadly rounded at the apex.