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  • When she opened the barn door, the Appaloosa mare lifted her head over her stall and nickered.

  • I have a mare; and we have a five-year-old mare with a colt, a four year-old filly, and a two-year-old filly... oh, and my mare is going to foal again in January.

  • We were checking the mare and she bolted, knocking the stable boy down.

  • And then they were walking out the door, still talking about the mare.

  • How is the mare?

  • Carmen couldn't make out more than a few words, but one of them was mare.

  • Alex usually insisted they leave the mare alone, only checking on her now and then.

  • They couldn't keep the foal as a stud, but she might be able to trade it for a mare when it was older.

  • He glanced at his watch and returned his attention to the mare.

  • In only about five or ten minutes, the mare was groaning and lying on her side, pushing hard.

  • The mare stopped straining and it receded.

  • The mare strained several times over a period of time.

  • When the mare began pushing again, he pulled down gently, twisting the foal a little.

  • It seemed like a long time, but was probably no longer than fifteen minutes before the mare lunged to her feet, snapping the cord.

  • I was a lady for a long and lovely Sunday afternoon while a tan mare serenaded us with her tinkling bells as the runners wooshed along on the packed snow.

  • Carmen patted the mare on the neck.

  • Well, it's my mare and your stud.

  • "Come on, Princess," she called to the mare.

  • Seeing the mare suffer twisted Carmen's stomach into a knot.

  • Gerald chuckled as he reached for the white Appaloosa mare.

  • ARABIAN SEA (anc. Mare Erythraeum), the name applied to the portion of the Indian Ocean bounded E.

  • m.), Tiga and several small islands and Mare or Nengone.

  • The lagoon fisheries are also of great importance, more especially those of Comacchio, the lagoon of Orbetello and the Mare Piccolo at Taranto &c The deep-sea fishing boats in 1902 numbered 1368, with a total tonnage of 16,149; 100 of these were coral-fishing boats and 111 sponge-fishing boats.

  • In the Mare aux Songes have been found the bones of another FIG.

  • The harbour consisted of the outer basin, or Porto di Miseno, protected by moles, of which remains still exist, and the present Mare Morto, separated from it by a comparatively modern embankment.

  • According to the Thelpusan story, Demeter, during her wanderings in search of Persephone, changed herself into a mare to avoid the persecution of Poseidon.

  • Kuhn, is the etymological equivalent of the Sanskrit Saranyu, who, having turned herself into a mare, is pursued by Vivasvat, and becomes the mother of the two Asvins, the Indian Dioscuri, the Indian and Greek myths being regarded as identical.

  • southwest of Rhodes, in that part of the Mediterranean which was called, after it, the Carpathian Sea (Carpathium Mare).

  • 16, Mare formed in each segmont.

  • In the main he copied Marinus whose work he revised and supplemented in some points, but he failed to realize the peninsular shape of India, erroneously exaggerated the size of Taprobane (Ceylon), and suggested that the Indian Ocean had no connexion with the western ocean, but formed Mare Clausum.

  • A similar work is the Arcano del mare of Sir Robert Dudley, duke of Northumberland, the numerous sheets of which are on Mercator's projection (1631).

  • These claims gave rise to vigorous opposition by other powers and led to the publication of Grotius's work (1609) called Mare liberum.

  • In Mare clausum (1635) John Selden endeavoured to prove that the sea was practically as capable of appropriation as territory.

  • Thus it is not surprising that Pisa should already have had its own code of laws (Consuetudini di mare), which in 1075 were approved by Gregory VII., and in 1081 confirmed by a patent from the emperor Henry IV., a document which mentions for the first time the existence of a magistrate analogous to the consuls of the republic, although the latter, according to some writers, already existed in Pisa as early as the year 1080; the point, however, is doubtful, and other writers place the first authentic mention of the consuls in the year 1094.1 The oldest of Pisan statutes still extant is the Breve dei consoli di mare of 1162.

  • de la Mare, Vie d'Hubert Languet (Halle, 1700); E.

  • This island separates the Gulf of Taranto from the deep inlet of the Mare Piccolo, and is sheltered by two other flat islands, San Pietro and San Paolo; the latter is occupied by a lighthouse.

  • The Strada Garibaldi along the Mare Piccolo is inhabited by fishermen whose language retains traces of Greek.

  • The chief industry is the cultivation of oysters in four large beds in the Mare Piccolo; besides oysters, Taranto carries on a large trade in cozze, a species of large black mussel, which is packed in barrels with a special sauce.

  • Excellent fish abound in the Mare Piccolo, ninety-three different species being found.

  • The arsenal extends for a mile and a half along the southern coast of the Mare Piccolo, which constitutes its chief basin.

  • The Mare Grande is connected with the Mare Piccolo by a channel 875 yds.

  • In its present form the Mare Piccolo provides a well-sheltered anchorage, 36 ft.

  • of the railway station outside the Mare Piccolo.

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  • Pais in Rendiconti dei Lincei, 1906, 611 seq.); the bay was also known as mare Amunclanum.

  • It is probable that the milk of ruminants possesses certain physical and physiological distinctions from that of non-ruminant animals, which will account for the virtues attributed to the milk of the ass and mare.

  • The whole of this theory appears to the present writer to be a gigantic mare's nest: see Journal of Theological Studies (October 1901), pp. 120-123.

  • The island of Mare shows evidence of three such elevations, three distinct cliffs alternating with level tracts.

  • The horse or mare is a common form of the corn-spirit in Europe.

  • The claim that Bering Sea was mare clausum was abandoned, but it was asserted that Russia had formerly exercised therein rights of exclusive jurisdiction which had passed to the United States, and they relied inter alia upon the ukase of 1821, b y which foreign vessels had been forbidden to approach within too Italian miles of the coasts of Russian America.

  • In Shelley's "Evening: Ponte al Mare, Pisa," 20, "By darkest barriers of enormous cloud" for "cinereous"; " Hymn to Mercury" (trans.), 57, "And through the tortoise's hard strong skin" for "stony."

  • "A lytil tale Set herd I tel, Pat in to my tyme befel, of a gudman, in murrefe [Moray] borne in elgyne [Elgin], and his kine beforne, and callit was a faithful man vith al Jame fat hyme knew than; fis mare trastely I say, for I kend hyme weile mony day.

  • The oldest name of the town, according to Philo Herennius, was Payt9a or AevKi dKTii; it received that of Laodicea (ad mare) from Seleucus Nicator, who refounded it in honour of his mother as one of the four "sister" cities of the Syrian Tetrapolis (Antioch, Seleucia, Apamea, Laodicea).

  • A short treatise which was printed in 1609, Grotius says without his permission, under the title of Mare liberum, is nothing more than a chapter - the 12th - of the De jure praedae.

  • It was not till many years afterwards that the jealousies between England and Holland gave importance to the novel doctrine broached in the tract by Grotius, a doctrine which Selden set himself to refute in his Mare clausum (1632).

  • Murray a number of native teachers from the Loyalty Islands Rarotonga and Mare settled on the island.

  • Palon della Mare Punta San Matteo Thurwieserspitze Hintere Schwarze Similaun Pizzo Tresero .

  • " Pectuscum :" Pectuscum Palati dicta est ea regio urbis, quam Romulus obversam posuit, ea parte, in qua plurimum erat agri Romani ad mare versus et qua mollissime adibatur Urbo, cum Etruscorum agrum a Romano Tiberis discluderet, ceterae vicinae civitates colles aliquos haberent oppositos.

  • From 1911 to 1913 he was commandant of the Mare Island navy yard and in the latter year was promoted to rear-admiral.

  • CASPIAN SEA (anc. Mare Caspium or Mare Hyrcanium; Russian, Kaspiyskoe More, formerly Hvalynskoe More; Persian, Darya-i-Khyzyr or Gurzem; Tatar, Ak-denghiz; the Sikirn and Jurjan of the ancient Eastern geographers), an inland sea between Europe and Asia, extending from 36° 4 o' to 47° 20' N.

  • A similar road, the Via di Circonvallazione a Mare, was laid out in 18 93189S on the site of the outer ramparts, and skirts the seafront from the Piazza Cavour to the mouth of the Bisagno, thence ascending the right bank to the Ponte Pila.

  • Famia), on the middle Orontes, the military headquarters of the kingdom; and (4) Laodicea " on sea " (ad mare), which had a commercial importance in connexion with the export of Syrian wine.

  • would practically become a mare clausum in the possession of Turkey and a standing menace to the security ofthe trade route to the East.

  • Sisenna calls it " Oppidum tumulo in excelso loco propter mare, parvis moenibus, inter duas fluvias, infra Vesuvium collocatum " (lib.

  • Sainte-Marthe (I, 2, 3)1715-178513 Rivet, Clemencet, Clement 1733-1763 12 in 4t° Bouquet (i-8), Brial (12-19)1738-18331 9 Labbat 1789 Grand Bassin, in the south of the island, it is probably the extinct crater of an ancient volcano; similar lakes are the Mare aux Vacois and the Mare aux Joncs, and there are other deep hollows which have a like origin.

  • On the 1st of January 1890 the various Italian possessions on the coast of the Red Sea were united by royal decree into one province under the title of the Colony of Eritrea - so named after the Erythraeum Mare of the Romans.

  • States on the Pacific coast is at Mare Island at the northern end of San Francisco Bay, and the private Union Iron Works, on the peninsula near San Francisco, is one of the largest shipyards of the country.

  • The naval station of the Pacific is on Mare Island in San Pablo Bay, opposite Vallejo.

  • The next day he expressed openly his dissatisfaction at her looks; "she was no better than a Flanders mare."

  • 25 and the terrible mare.

  • If a mare or other female animal is liable to be "infected" by her first or by subsequent mates, telegony will rank as a cause of variation, and breeders will be justified in believing (1) that pure-bred females are liable to be "corrupted" when mated with sires of a different breed; and (2) that inferior or cross-bred females, if first mated with a high-class sire, will thereafter produce superior offspring, however inferior or cross-bred her subsequent mates.

  • - Beecher at the end of the 17th century pointed out that "when a mare has had a mule by an ass and afterwards a foal by a horse, there are evident marks on the foal of the mother having retained some ideas of her former paramour, the ass."

  • In all these establishments, after two or three crossings of the mare and ass, the breeders cause the mare to be put to a horse; yet a pure-bred foal has never been produced resembling either an ass or a mule."

  • A chestnut mare, after having a hybrid by a quagga, produced to a black Arabian horse three foals showing a number of stripes - in one more stripes were present than in the quagga hybrid.

  • Stripes are frequently seen in high-caste Arab horses, and cross-bred colts out of Arab mares sometimes present far more distinct bars across the legs and other zebra-like markings than characterized the subsequent offspring of Lord Morton's seven-eighths Arabian mare.

  • In the absence of control experiments there is therefore no reason for assuming Lord Morton's chestnut mare would have produced less striped offspring had she been mated with the black Arabian before giving birth to a quagga hybrid.

  • To account for the stripes on the subsequent foals, it is only necessary (now that the principles of cross-breeding are better understood) to assume that in the cross-bred chestnut mare there lay latent the characteristics of the Kattiawar or other Indian breeds, in which stripes commonly occur.

  • Darwin and others having regarded Lord Morton's mare as affording very strong evidence in support of the infection hypothesis, it was considered some years ago desirable to repeat Lord Morton's experiment as accurately as possible.

  • One of the permanently striped colts, a bay, was out of a black Shetland mare by a black Shetland sire, one was by a dun Norwegian pony out of a roan-coloured Arab mare, while the third was by a Norwegian pony out of a half-bred bay Arab mare.

  • By way of testing this assumption, a bay filly, the half-sister of a richly striped hybrid, was put to a cross-bred Highland pony, and a Highland mare, while nursing her hybrid foal, was put to a colt the half-brother of a hybrid.

  • In this volume, Colectie din poeziile domnului mare logofet I.

  • Headed by the earl of March, William Courtenay, bishop of London, The and Sir Peter de la Mare, the daring speaker of the Good House of Commons, the dukes enemies began their ~ campaign by accusing the kings ministers and favorites of corruption.

  • In his fathers name he released Latimer and Lyons, dismissed the John of council of twelve, imprisoned Peter de la Mare, Gaunt resequestrated the temporalities of Bishop Wykeham, establishes and sent the earl of March out of the realm.

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  • The westernmost of these, which is separated from the innermost bay of the Corinthian Gulf, called the Mare Alcyonium, by an offshoot of Cithaeron, and is bounded on the east by a ridge which ends towards the Saronic Gulf in a striking twohorned peak called Kerata, is the plain of Megara.

  • A system was introduced by Riccioli in his Almagestum novum of designating the more conspicuous smaller features by the names of eminent astronomers and philosophers, while the great dark regions were designated as oceans, with quite fanciful names: Mare imbrium, Oceanus Procellarum, &c. More than a century elapsed from the time of Hevelius and Riccioli when J.

  • Mare Nubilm, &c., 1901, November 21.

  • At this time he was in charge of the navy yard, Mare Island, California, from which post he was recalled in 1858, and appointed to the "Brooklyn" frigate, the command of which he held for the next two years.

  • The gods assume animal forms: Cronus becomes a horse, Rhea a mare; Zeus begets separate families of men in the shape of a bull, an ant, a serpent, a swan.

  • In the shape of a mare he became the mother of the eight-legged horse of Odin.

  • Further, the only post-tonic Latin vowel preserved ~y the Catalan is, as in Gallo-Roman, a: mare gives mar, gratu (s) gives grat, but anima gives arma; and, when the word terminates in a group of consonants requiring a supporting vowel, that vowel is represented by an e:

  • The Stud-Book shows of what breed the royal mares really were: one of them, the dam of Dodsworth (who, though foaled in England, was a natural Barb), was a Barb mare; she was sold by the stud-master, after Charles II.'s death, for forty guineas, at twenty years old, when in foal by the Helmsley Turk.

  • By thoroughbred is meant a horse or mare whose pedigree is registered in the StudBook kept by Messrs Weatherby, the official agents of the Jockey Club - originally termed the keepers of the match-bookas well as publishers of the Racing Calendar.

  • At this period we find, among a mass of horses and mares in the Stud-Book without any dates against their names, many animals of note with the earliest chronology extant, from Grey Ramsden (1704) and Bay Bolton (1705) down to a mare who exercised a most important influence on the English blood-horse.

  • This was Roxana (1718) by the Bald Galloway, her dam sister to Chanter by the Akaster Turk, from a daughter of Leedes's Arabian and a mare by Spanker.

  • In 1731, being then the property of Mr. Coke, he was teazer to Hobgoblin, and on the latter refusing his services to Roxana, the mare was put to the Godolphin, and the produce was Lath (1732), the first of his get, and the most celebrated race-horse of his day after Flying Childers.

  • He was got by the Darley Arabian from Betty Leedes, by Careless from sister to Leedes, by Leedes's Arabian from a mare by Spanker out of a Barb mare, who was Spanker's own mother.

  • Spanker himself was by D'Arcy's Yellow Turk from a daughter of the Morocco Barb and Old Bald Pegg by an Arab horse from a Barb mare.

  • Careless was by Spanker from a Barb mare, so that Childers's dam was closely in-bred to Spanker.

  • His dam Spiletta was by Regulus, son of the Godolphin Barb, from Mother Western, by a son of Snake from a mare by Old Montague out of a mare by Hautboy, from a daughter of Brimmer and a mare whose pedigree was unknown.

  • Trumpator was a son of Conductor, who was by Matchem out of a mare by Snap.

  • Cypron's dam was Selima by Bethel's Arabian from a mare by Graham's Champion from a daughter of the Darley Arabian and a mare who claims Merlin for her sire, but whose mother's pedigree is unknown.

  • Woodpecker was the sire of Buzzard (1787), who in his turn became the father of three celebrated sons, Castrel (1801), Selim (1802), and Rubens (1803), all three chestnuts, and all out of an Alexander mare (1790), who thereby became famous.

  • This mare was by Eclipse's son Alexander (1782) out of a mare by Highflyer (son of Herod) out of a daughter of Alfred, by Matchem out of a daughter of Snap. Bustard (1813), whose dam was a daughter of Shuttle, and his son Heron (1833), Sultan (1816) and his sons Glencoe (1831) and Bay Middleton (1833) and Middleton's sons Cowl (1842) and the Flying Dutchman (1846), Pantaloon (1824) and his son Windhound (1847), Langar (1817) and his son Epirus (1834) and grandson Pyrrhus the First (1843), are representatives of Castrel and Selim.

  • His best son was Conductor (1767) out of a mare by Snap; Conductor was the sire of Trumpator (1782), whose two sons, Sorcerer (1790) and Paynator (1791), transmit the blood of the Godolphin down to modern times.

  • Pocahontas, perhaps the most remarkable mare in the Stud-Book, never won a race on the turf, but threw Stockwell and Rataplan to the Baron, son of Birdcatcher, King Tom to Harkaway, Knight of St Patrick to Knight of St George, and Knight of Kars to Nutwith-all these horses being 16 hands high and upwards, while Pocahontas was a long low mare of about 15 hands or a trifle more.

  • Another famous mare was Manganese (1853) by Birdcatcher from Moonbeam by Tomboy from Lunatic by the Prime Minister from Maniac by Shuttle.

  • The body or barrel should be moderately deep, long and straight, the length being really in the shoulders and in the quarters; the back should be strong Waxy* (1790) Penelope (1798) the shoulders and and muscular, with Wanderer (r790) loins running well Thalestris (1809) in at each end; Chanticleer (1787) Ierne (1790) the loins themEscape (1802) Young Heroine selves should have Waxy* (,790) great breadth and Penelope (1798) Octavian (1807) substance, this Caprice (1797) Whitelock (1803) being a vital neces Coriander mare (1799) sity for weightOrville: (1709) Minstrel (1803) carrying and pro Buzzard (1787) pelling power Alexander mare (1790) Williamson's Ditto (1800) uphill.

  • This society acts in consort with two other powerful organizations (the Royal Commission on Horse-breeding, which began its work in 1888, and the Brood Mare Society, established in 1903), with the desirable object of improving the standard of light horse breeding.

  • Since the formation of the Brood Mare Society mares have come within the sphere of influence of the three bodies, and well-conceived inducements are offered to breeders to retain their young mares at home.

  • A mare used to be put to the horse at three years old, but latterly two has become the common age.

  • May is considered the best month for a mare to foal, as there is abundance of natural food and the weather is mild enough for the mare to lie out.

  • The period of gestation in the mare is about eleven months.

  • No nursing mare should go to work, if this can possibly be avoided.

  • A brood mare requires plenty of exercise at a slow pace and may work, except between shafts or on a road, till the day of foaling.

  • With the improvement in the manufacture of carbon bisulphide, these drawbacks have been surmounted to a large extent, and the process of extracting with carbon bisulphide has specially gained much extension in the extraction of expressed olive mare in the south of France, in Italy and in Spain.

  • When she opened the barn door, the Appaloosa mare lifted her head over her stall and nickered.

  • I have a mare; and we have a five-year-old mare with a colt, a four year-old filly, and a two-year-old filly... oh, and my mare is going to foal again in January.

  • We were checking the mare and she bolted, knocking the stable boy down.

  • And then they were walking out the door, still talking about the mare.

  • How is the mare?

  • Carmen couldn't make out more than a few words, but one of them was mare.

  • Cade selected a bay mare for her and then reluctantly surrendered the duty of saddling.

  • Alex usually insisted they leave the mare alone, only checking on her now and then.

  • They couldn't keep the foal as a stud, but she might be able to trade it for a mare when it was older.

  • He glanced at his watch and returned his attention to the mare.

  • In only about five or ten minutes, the mare was groaning and lying on her side, pushing hard.

  • The mare stopped straining and it receded.

  • The mare strained several times over a period of time.

  • When the mare began pushing again, he pulled down gently, twisting the foal a little.

  • It seemed like a long time, but was probably no longer than fifteen minutes before the mare lunged to her feet, snapping the cord.

  • I was a lady for a long and lovely Sunday afternoon while a tan mare serenaded us with her tinkling bells as the runners wooshed along on the packed snow.

  • Carmen patted the mare on the neck.

  • Well, it's my mare and your stud.

  • "Come on, Princess," she called to the mare.

  • Seeing the mare suffer twisted Carmen's stomach into a knot.

  • Gerald chuckled as he reached for the white Appaloosa mare.

  • You ca n't abort a mare, Pa says, or you'll lose her.

  • bay mare on the right of Ziggy is now in a new home with a VHS carer.

  • This large glacial erratic bounder is slightly smaller and different in shape to the Gray Mare.

  • brood mare.

  • Stallion bridles have a brass browband and mare bridles have a plain or rolled browband to match the bridle.

  • chestnut mare.

  • Vicky is a 13.2hh, 31 year old, Section B, liver chestnut mare.

  • Makybe Diva, now christened " The Mare " in Australia, has a record of 15 wins from 36 starts.

  • cob mare who will not stay in a stable.

  • colostrum from another mare than has been stored in a freezer, and gently and thoroughly thawed.

  • Some boys brought in a mare, her nine week old foal and a 2 year old colt for treatment and assessment.

  • The mare in the meantime ran away, leaving me in no very enviable situation.

  • fermented mare 's milk, which is horrible, is the number one drink, the champagne of Mongolia.

  • Any amount for a mare's unborn foal, embryo or fetus.

  • He thocht … he suld … byd thaim … That thai suld ga thar gat but mare; Leg.

  • What I am looking for: 14.2 - 15.2 forward going preferably gelding but will consider a mare.

  • gray mare stands nearby, well lathered.

  • The luckiest horseshoe to give a bride comes from the near hind foot of a gray mare!

  • Cleopatra hotel - Los Cristianos The Cleopatra Hotel is a superior deluxe 5* Hotel, it forms part of the Mare Nostrum Resort.

  • TINTERN DRUMMER GIRL by Sargeant Drummer Thoroughbred mare who carried huntsman of the D & SSH for many seasons across Exmoor.

  • The mare should be vaccinated against tetanus and equine influenza 4 weeks prior to foaling.

  • fermented mare 's milk, which is horrible, is the number one drink, the champagne of Mongolia.

  • By Ormond Rhys out of a Derwen bred mare.

  • Email July 2006 To Share 2/3 days a week for Sienna; a 15.1hh roan mare aged 11yrs.

  • In short order she has completely transformed into a bay thoroughbred mare.

  • Looking for chestnut mare called lucky born 1997 by Roberto Danish warmblood was at Peter Clark yard in Peterborough.

  • A saddled gray mare stands nearby, well lathered.

  • Especially those cast from the near hind leg of a gray mare.

  • Maiden mare, likely to make small hunter brood mare.

  • You must look now at the big palomino mare, at her face which is twice the size it should be.

  • The Canadian national motto - " A mari usque ad mare ", translates as " From sea to sea " .

  • I have a 15.2 hh 5year old cob mare who will not stay in a stable.

  • Mel is the bay mare on the right of Ziggy is now in a new home with a VHS carer.

  • I have just bought a little tb mare, about 4 years old.

  • mare's tails.

  • mare's milk during this three month period.

  • mare's nests.

  • mare with a foal at foot may not be transported in the same undivided vehicle as any other horse.

  • Pretty mare with star and snip on a black muzzle.

  • A saddled gray mare stands nearby, well lathered.

  • A large loose box, bedded with straw, or a small clean paddock are ideal environments for the mare to foal in.

  • palomino mare, at her face which is twice the size it should be.

  • roan mare aged 11yrs.

  • roundabout signposted Weston super Mare.

  • Take the second left off the roundabout signposted Weston super Mare.

  • LMP: I tell you there's some mare, ride or scarps that are very, very sinuous - just passing one.

  • skewbald mare in foal to 15.1 piebald cob.

  • Jean went strait from Istanbul to Weston super Mare for the Green Party Conference.

  • I have a yearling Arab colt, a pony, & lease an Arab mare that is in foal for late March 96.

  • La Mare au diable (1846) is a clear-cut gem, perfect as a work of Greek art.

  • ARABIAN SEA (anc. Mare Erythraeum), the name applied to the portion of the Indian Ocean bounded E.

  • m.), Tiga and several small islands and Mare or Nengone.

  • Christianity was introduced into Mare by native teachers from Rarotonga and Samoa; missionaries were settled by the London Missionary Society at Mare in 1854, at Lifu in 1859 and at Uea in 1865: Roman Catholic missionaries also arrived from New Caledonia; and in 1864 the French, considering the islands a dependency of that colony, formally instituted a commandant.

  • The lagoon fisheries are also of great importance, more especially those of Comacchio, the lagoon of Orbetello and the Mare Piccolo at Taranto &c The deep-sea fishing boats in 1902 numbered 1368, with a total tonnage of 16,149; 100 of these were coral-fishing boats and 111 sponge-fishing boats.

  • Ita Cornua Ammonis, quae ex nautilorum numero habeantur, passim et forma et magnitudine (nam et pedali diametro aliquando reperiuntur) ab omnibus illis naturis discrepare dicunt, quas praebet mare.

  • In the Mare aux Songes have been found the bones of another FIG.

  • The harbour consisted of the outer basin, or Porto di Miseno, protected by moles, of which remains still exist, and the present Mare Morto, separated from it by a comparatively modern embankment.

  • According to the Thelpusan story, Demeter, during her wanderings in search of Persephone, changed herself into a mare to avoid the persecution of Poseidon.

  • Kuhn, is the etymological equivalent of the Sanskrit Saranyu, who, having turned herself into a mare, is pursued by Vivasvat, and becomes the mother of the two Asvins, the Indian Dioscuri, the Indian and Greek myths being regarded as identical.

  • southwest of Rhodes, in that part of the Mediterranean which was called, after it, the Carpathian Sea (Carpathium Mare).

  • 16, Mare formed in each segmont.

  • Roger Bacon - or more probably some one who usurped his name - declared that with a certain amount of the philosopher's stone he could transmute a million times as much base metal into gold, and on Raimon Lull was fathered the boast, " Mare tingerem si mercurius esset."

  • In the main he copied Marinus whose work he revised and supplemented in some points, but he failed to realize the peninsular shape of India, erroneously exaggerated the size of Taprobane (Ceylon), and suggested that the Indian Ocean had no connexion with the western ocean, but formed Mare Clausum.

  • A similar work is the Arcano del mare of Sir Robert Dudley, duke of Northumberland, the numerous sheets of which are on Mercator's projection (1631).

  • MARE CLAUSUM and Mare Liberum (Lat.

  • These claims gave rise to vigorous opposition by other powers and led to the publication of Grotius's work (1609) called Mare liberum.

  • In Mare clausum (1635) John Selden endeavoured to prove that the sea was practically as capable of appropriation as territory.

  • Thus it is not surprising that Pisa should already have had its own code of laws (Consuetudini di mare), which in 1075 were approved by Gregory VII., and in 1081 confirmed by a patent from the emperor Henry IV., a document which mentions for the first time the existence of a magistrate analogous to the consuls of the republic, although the latter, according to some writers, already existed in Pisa as early as the year 1080; the point, however, is doubtful, and other writers place the first authentic mention of the consuls in the year 1094.1 The oldest of Pisan statutes still extant is the Breve dei consoli di mare of 1162.

  • de la Mare, Vie d'Hubert Languet (Halle, 1700); E.

  • This island separates the Gulf of Taranto from the deep inlet of the Mare Piccolo, and is sheltered by two other flat islands, San Pietro and San Paolo; the latter is occupied by a lighthouse.

  • The Strada Garibaldi along the Mare Piccolo is inhabited by fishermen whose language retains traces of Greek.

  • The chief industry is the cultivation of oysters in four large beds in the Mare Piccolo; besides oysters, Taranto carries on a large trade in cozze, a species of large black mussel, which is packed in barrels with a special sauce.

  • Excellent fish abound in the Mare Piccolo, ninety-three different species being found.

  • The arsenal extends for a mile and a half along the southern coast of the Mare Piccolo, which constitutes its chief basin.

  • The Mare Grande is connected with the Mare Piccolo by a channel 875 yds.

  • In its present form the Mare Piccolo provides a well-sheltered anchorage, 36 ft.

  • of the railway station outside the Mare Piccolo.

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  • Pais in Rendiconti dei Lincei, 1906, 611 seq.); the bay was also known as mare Amunclanum.

  • It is probable that the milk of ruminants possesses certain physical and physiological distinctions from that of non-ruminant animals, which will account for the virtues attributed to the milk of the ass and mare.

  • The whole of this theory appears to the present writer to be a gigantic mare's nest: see Journal of Theological Studies (October 1901), pp. 120-123.

  • The island of Mare shows evidence of three such elevations, three distinct cliffs alternating with level tracts.

  • Every year the doge dropped a consecrated ring into the sea, and with the words Desponsamus te, mare (We wed thee, sea) declared Venice and the sea to be indissolubly one (see H.

  • The horse or mare is a common form of the corn-spirit in Europe.

  • The claim that Bering Sea was mare clausum was abandoned, but it was asserted that Russia had formerly exercised therein rights of exclusive jurisdiction which had passed to the United States, and they relied inter alia upon the ukase of 1821, b y which foreign vessels had been forbidden to approach within too Italian miles of the coasts of Russian America.

  • In Shelley's "Evening: Ponte al Mare, Pisa," 20, "By darkest barriers of enormous cloud" for "cinereous"; " Hymn to Mercury" (trans.), 57, "And through the tortoise's hard strong skin" for "stony."

  • "A lytil tale Set herd I tel, Pat in to my tyme befel, of a gudman, in murrefe [Moray] borne in elgyne [Elgin], and his kine beforne, and callit was a faithful man vith al Jame fat hyme knew than; fis mare trastely I say, for I kend hyme weile mony day.

  • Another Laodicea " by the sea " (ad mare), also of Seleucid foundation, is probably to be identified with the ruined site called Umm el-`Awamid, near the coast between Tyre and Akko; several Phoenician inscriptions have been found there (e.g.

  • The oldest name of the town, according to Philo Herennius, was Payt9a or AevKi dKTii; it received that of Laodicea (ad mare) from Seleucus Nicator, who refounded it in honour of his mother as one of the four "sister" cities of the Syrian Tetrapolis (Antioch, Seleucia, Apamea, Laodicea).

  • A short treatise which was printed in 1609, Grotius says without his permission, under the title of Mare liberum, is nothing more than a chapter - the 12th - of the De jure praedae.

  • It was not till many years afterwards that the jealousies between England and Holland gave importance to the novel doctrine broached in the tract by Grotius, a doctrine which Selden set himself to refute in his Mare clausum (1632).

  • Murray a number of native teachers from the Loyalty Islands Rarotonga and Mare settled on the island.

  • Palon della Mare Punta San Matteo Thurwieserspitze Hintere Schwarze Similaun Pizzo Tresero .

  • " Pectuscum :" Pectuscum Palati dicta est ea regio urbis, quam Romulus obversam posuit, ea parte, in qua plurimum erat agri Romani ad mare versus et qua mollissime adibatur Urbo, cum Etruscorum agrum a Romano Tiberis discluderet, ceterae vicinae civitates colles aliquos haberent oppositos.

  • From 1911 to 1913 he was commandant of the Mare Island navy yard and in the latter year was promoted to rear-admiral.

  • CASPIAN SEA (anc. Mare Caspium or Mare Hyrcanium; Russian, Kaspiyskoe More, formerly Hvalynskoe More; Persian, Darya-i-Khyzyr or Gurzem; Tatar, Ak-denghiz; the Sikirn and Jurjan of the ancient Eastern geographers), an inland sea between Europe and Asia, extending from 36° 4 o' to 47° 20' N.

  • A similar road, the Via di Circonvallazione a Mare, was laid out in 18 93189S on the site of the outer ramparts, and skirts the seafront from the Piazza Cavour to the mouth of the Bisagno, thence ascending the right bank to the Ponte Pila.

  • Famia), on the middle Orontes, the military headquarters of the kingdom; and (4) Laodicea " on sea " (ad mare), which had a commercial importance in connexion with the export of Syrian wine.

  • would practically become a mare clausum in the possession of Turkey and a standing menace to the security ofthe trade route to the East.

  • Sisenna calls it " Oppidum tumulo in excelso loco propter mare, parvis moenibus, inter duas fluvias, infra Vesuvium collocatum " (lib.

  • Sainte-Marthe (I, 2, 3)1715-178513 Rivet, Clemencet, Clement 1733-1763 12 in 4t° Bouquet (i-8), Brial (12-19)1738-18331 9 Labbat 1789 Grand Bassin, in the south of the island, it is probably the extinct crater of an ancient volcano; similar lakes are the Mare aux Vacois and the Mare aux Joncs, and there are other deep hollows which have a like origin.

  • On the 1st of January 1890 the various Italian possessions on the coast of the Red Sea were united by royal decree into one province under the title of the Colony of Eritrea - so named after the Erythraeum Mare of the Romans.

  • States on the Pacific coast is at Mare Island at the northern end of San Francisco Bay, and the private Union Iron Works, on the peninsula near San Francisco, is one of the largest shipyards of the country.

  • For instance, the last visitation of cholera could be traced clearly and definitely to a point of origin in northern India in the spring of 1892, and could be followed thence step by step in its mare, i westward (see Cholera).

  • The naval station of the Pacific is on Mare Island in San Pablo Bay, opposite Vallejo.

  • The next day he expressed openly his dissatisfaction at her looks; "she was no better than a Flanders mare."

  • 25 and the terrible mare.

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  • If a mare or other female animal is liable to be "infected" by her first or by subsequent mates, telegony will rank as a cause of variation, and breeders will be justified in believing (1) that pure-bred females are liable to be "corrupted" when mated with sires of a different breed; and (2) that inferior or cross-bred females, if first mated with a high-class sire, will thereafter produce superior offspring, however inferior or cross-bred her subsequent mates.

  • - Beecher at the end of the 17th century pointed out that "when a mare has had a mule by an ass and afterwards a foal by a horse, there are evident marks on the foal of the mother having retained some ideas of her former paramour, the ass."

  • In all these establishments, after two or three crossings of the mare and ass, the breeders cause the mare to be put to a horse; yet a pure-bred foal has never been produced resembling either an ass or a mule."

  • A chestnut mare, after having a hybrid by a quagga, produced to a black Arabian horse three foals showing a number of stripes - in one more stripes were present than in the quagga hybrid.

  • Stripes are frequently seen in high-caste Arab horses, and cross-bred colts out of Arab mares sometimes present far more distinct bars across the legs and other zebra-like markings than characterized the subsequent offspring of Lord Morton's seven-eighths Arabian mare.

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