Xxi.; On the Cytological Features exhibited by certain Varietal and Hybrid Ferns, Ann.
Xxi.; Guignard, Sur las anthrozoides et la double copulation sexuelle chez les vbgtaux angiospermes, Comptes rendus (1899), 128; Flaberlandt, Physiologische PJlanzenanatomie (Leipzig, 1909); Die Lichtsinnesorgane der Laubbldtter (Leipzig, 1905); R.
Xxi.; On the Prophases of the Heterotype Mitosis in the Embryo-sac Mother-cell of Lilium, Ann.
Xxi., 18 44, pp. 517-698, 15 pls.; R.
P. Migne, Troisibme encyclopedie theologique, xxi., xxii., 1857]; C. R.
Table Xxi It is instructive to inquire into the limiting efficiency of an engine consistent with the conditions under which it is working, because in no case can the efficiency of a steam-engine exceed a certain value which depends upon the temperatures at which it receives and rejects heat.
Xxi.- xxiii.) bear the distinct impress of the high ethical character of Yahweh's requirements originally set forth by Moses.
- xxi., with Von Kremer's criticisms in the Sitz.
Xx., xxi., 1882).
Xxi., and this slaughter may possibly be identified with the massacre at Nob recorded in I Sam.
Xxi: 26, xxii.
(aixi+a2x2)"`=4, and the direct stitution xi = XXi -, LX2, X2 =, hX replacing cos 0, sin 0 respectively.
The testimony of Livy (xxi., xxii.) and Polybius (ii., iii.) - no friendly critics - shows that Flaminius was a man of ability, energy and probity.
Xxi., 1871; Idem, ' ` Embryol.
Xxi., 1871; Schimkewitsch, " Developpement des Araignees," Archives d.
So also is Petrus Hispanus (Pope John XXI.), who is chiefly important, however, as the author of the much-used manual Summulae logicales, in which the logic of the schools was expanded by the incorporation of fresh matter of a semi-grammatical character.
Xviii., xx., xxi., which in some respects recall the language of the song ascribed to Hannah in I Sam.
In fragments i., xiv., xvi., xxi., &c., he recognizes, thinks Freudenthal, a plurality of deities; whence it is inferred that, besides the One God, most high, perfect, eternal, who, as immanent intelligent cause, unifies the plurality of things, there were also lesser divinities, who govern portions of the universe, being themselves eternal parts of the one all-embracing Godhead.
= Luke xxi.) conflicts with this view, and is therefore suspicious.
Evans in Journal of Hellenic Studies, xxi., 1901) stands free sometimes it serves as support to the table stone which covers the niche, and sometimes again monolithic tables occur.
I., iii., vi., vii., xv., xxi., xxiv., xl., xcviii., ci., ciii., cx., cxi.
Xxi.; 2 Sam.
(1900), in which the opening of the jar is explained as an aetiological myth based on the Athenian festival of the Pithoigia (part of the Anthesteria, q.v.), and P. Gardner, "A new Pandora vase" (xxi., ibid., 1901).
6 seq.; 2 Kings xxi.; and cf.
Xxi., a Galilean appendix, and was inserted by mistake at somewhat too late a point in the body of the Gospel - and to read " the feast " in v.
Xxi., 1902, pp. 3, 47.
Harvard, XXI I I.
Xviii., 1903, and xxi., 1905.
2 Du Cange, Dissertation sur Joinville, xxi.; Sainte Palaye, Memoires, i.
The bachelor and the banneret were both equally knights, only the one was of greater distinction and authority 3 Du Cange, Dissertation, xxi., and Lancelot du Lac, among other romances.
Vita (pp. xiii.-xxi.), written by Hobbes himself, or (as also reported) by T.
An account of it is preserved in John xxi., but it is here connected - probably wrongly - with a miraculous draught of fishes, just as the account of his call is in Luke.
Defence on a Charge of Taking Bribes, xxi., 402 B.C.; 3.
Xxi., 1897, 184 f.; Liebenam, Steidteverwaltung, 220 f.).
The XXI Vth Dynasty consisted of a single Saite king named Bocchoris (Bekerrinf), son of Tefnachthus, apparently the above Tefnakht.
And xxi.; for the Fa~imite period, Wstenfeld, Geschichte der Fatimiden-Chalifen, ibid.
1-9) appears to have been added somewhat later than the bulk of xxi.-xxiii.
Xxi., London, 1893); G.
Xxi.), but the scene of the victory points rather to the former (v.
The third and last section of the book embraces chapters xvii.-xxi., and consists of two narratives independent of one another and of the main stock of the book, with which they are not brought into any chronological connexion.
They appear to owe their position to the latest redactor (akin to the latest stratum in the Hexateuch) who has heavily worked over xix.- xxi., and put the book into its present form by the addition of i.-ii.
(like the preceding story of Samson) deal with Danites, but the migration can hardly be earlier than David's time; and xix.-xxi., by describing the extermination of Benjamin, form a link between the presence of the tribe in the late narratives of the exodus and its new prominence in the traditions of Saul (q.v.).