COMANOME, 1. once upon a time, engrams were called comanomes. (5009CM23B) 2. a period of unconsciousness which contained physical pain and apparent antagonism to the survival of the individual. (Exp Jour, Winter-Spring 1950) See ENGRAM.
COMATIC REDUCTION, boil-off was originally and sedately named comatic reduction but such erudition has been outvoted by the fact that it has never been used. (DMSMH, p. 303) See BOIL-OFF.
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