The wide hallways were lit by skylights and lined with inset doors whose access pads glowed to the right of each door.
Von Maltzan, Reise auf der Inset Sardinien (Leipzig, 1869); E.
The name Kathian in a Ramessid list of cities of Cyprus, Oberhummer, Die Inset Cypern (Munich, 1903), p. 4.
It is usually repre- "N :C -.OH sented by the inset formula and is closely related to cyanic acid and cyamelide, the relationships existing between the three compounds being shown in the diagram (see also A.
East Wickham Reference to Numbers in Inset: r.
See Berenberg, Das Nordseebad Norderney (Norden, 18 95); C. Herquet, Geschichte der Inset Norderney 1398 -1711 (1890); and the article FRISIAN ISLANDS,
Partsch, Die Inset Korfu (Gotha, 1887); B.
A fusion of two benzene nuclei, the hydrogen atoms being numbered as in the inset / 8 1 formula 7(I/12; 1, 4, 5, 8 are a-positions, 2, 3, 6, 7 are 6 // 3 4 1 -5 or 4-8 5 diderivatives are ana, whilst 1-8 or 4-5 are peri (see Chemistry, Organic).
Des Iles ioniennes (Zante, 1815-1864); Mardo, Saggio di una descrizione geografico-storica delle Isole (Corfu, 1865) (mainly geographical); De Bosset, Description des monnaies d'Ithaque et de Cephalonie (London, 1815); Postolakas, KaTaXoyos aoxaLWv vo i uo - p.iLrow vT] K pkvpas, A€vKQSOS, &c. (Athens, 1868); Wiebel, Die Inset Kephalonia and die Meerm g ihlen von Argostoli (Hamburg, 1873); Tsitselis, FAWVQapiov KE4aXAnvias, (Athens, 1876); 'Ovo,ccara B VEWv Ev KE4aXA7v1a in the "Parnassus" i.
Partsch, Die Inset Corfu: eine geographische Monographie (Gotha, 1887); Die Inset Levkas (Gotha, 1889); Kephallenia and Ithaka (Gotha, 1890); Die Inset Zante (Gotha, 1891).
As regards the isomerism of the pyridine substitution products, three mono-derivatives are known, the different positions being indicated by the Greek, letters a, s and y, as shown in the inset formula.
5 diketones of the type inset, when heated with ammonia, also yield pyridine derivatives.
Numerous substitution products of quinoline are known, and the positions in the molecule are generally designated in accordance with the scheme shown in the inset formula: the letters o, m, p, a, standing for ortho-, meta-, Para-, and ana-.