Watch 3-year-old carina Victoria Castro capitalize on her moment in the spotlight.
“When things started to quiet down, my mom put all of us in the car and started to drive to Saigon,” says carina.
Like carina, she remembers a ghastly scene once the American soldiers withdrew.
“It was hard, because nobody could take 10 people and keep them,” carina says.
But carina Melchior did not die after her respirator was removed.
Valvulæ obtusæ, inferior paulo brevior, carina infra apicem ciliata.
The variable star Argus also belongs to the constellation carina.
The carina descends only just below the basal points of the terga, instead of far below them.
"Listen to me, carina," he said, gently unfolding her arms from his neck.
I have seen only a single large specimen with its carina barbed.
carina ca·ri·na (kə-rī'nə, -rē'-)
n. pl. ca·ri·nae (-nē)
A keel-shaped ridge or structure, such as the ridge on the under surface of the fornix of the brain.