Chaplet has patented a muffle or tube furnace, similar in principle, for use on a larger scale, with a number of electrodes placed above and below the muffle-tube.
A " Taal " word derived from the Dutch krans, a wreath, chaplet or cornice.
Usually two cilia are present; in Botrydium and Hydrodictyon only one is present; in certain species of Cladophora four; in Dasycladus a chaplet, and in Oedogonium a ring of many cilia.
For Individual Authors, See Haliburton'S A Centenary Chaplet (1897), With A Bibliography; " Haliburton," By F.
In consonance with this name, its authors propose to re-name the Conjugatae; Akontae and Oedogoniaceae with a chaplet of cilia become Stephanokontae, and the algae remaining over in the three series from which the Heterokontae and Stephanokontae are withdrawn become Isokontae.
Three hundred English horsemen appear to have stolen round Randolph's flank unseen by him, and Bruce is said to have warned him that " a rose had fallen from his chaplet."
wreathed about the temple and neck with a chaplet of oak proper.
chaplet of golden roses.
Blue; a woman 's head couped at the neck proper wreathed about the temple and neck with a chaplet of oak proper.
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