Caper, a goat, and cornu, a horn.
Like Fortune, with whom she is often coupled in inscriptions on Roman tombstones, she was also represented with the cornu copiae (horn of plenty).
Cornu (C.R., 1875, 80, p. 655), who thus explains an anomaly observed by FIG.
The explanation of the difference of focus upon the two sides as due to unequal spacing was verified by Cornu upon gratings purposely constructed with an increasing interval.
(22); and for the curvature, Cornu remarks that this equation suffices to determine the general character of the curve.
Let us reconsider, following Cornu, the diffraction of a screen unlimited on one side, and on the other terminated by a straight edge.
He was then, at Sarum, censed by the deacon, and an acolyte censed the choir; at Bangor the Sinistrum Cornu of the altar and the relics were censed instead.
Elsewhere he was represented as a boy with a cornu copiae.
2 For illustrations of the cornu see the altar of Julius Victor ex Collegio, reproduced in Bartoli, Pict.
Grecques et romaines, under "Cornu," the buccina and cornu have not been distinguished.
Myrioblepharis, with a peculiar multiciliate zoospore like that of Vaucheria, is provisionally placed in the same group. Monoblepharis was first described by Cornu in 1871, but from that time until 1895 when Roland Thaxter described several species from America the genus was completely lost sight of.
MARIE ALFRED CORNU (1841-1902), French physicist, was born at Orleans on the 6th of March 1841, and after being educated at the Ecole Polytechnique and the Ecole des Mines, became in 1867 professor of experimental physics in the former institution, where he remained throughout his life.
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Cornu, Cornptes rendus, 1878, 86, pp. 3 1 5, 53 o), in sea water, and in many mineral waters.
Cornu and A.
J anssen from the summit of Mont Blanc, but the only unquestionable test is to find those lines which are not touched by Doppler effect when the receding and advancing limbs of the sun are compared (Cornu); by this method H.