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punire, to punish, from poena, punishment, Gr.
MICROMETER (from Gr.
HERMIT, a solitary, one who withdraws from all intercourse with other human beings in order to live a life of religious contemplation, and so marked off from a "coenobite" (Gr.
form, eremite, of the Gr.
This comes through the French and Latin forms from the Gr.
GR.) From the somewhat conflicting evidence of mythology it may be gathered that in prehistoric days Megara had maritime intercourse with the southern Aegean.
HELIUM (from Gr.
PRYTANEUM and Prytanis (Gr.
The country into which he came was dominated by three principalities, that of Ambhi (Gr.
Jehlam), centred in the great city of Takkasila (Gr.
Taxila), that of the Paurara rajah (Gr.
Porus) between the Hydaspes and Acesines (Chenab), and that of Abhisara (Gr.
The designations Arber (Gr.
The name Haggai ('n, Gr.
AUTOMORPHISM (from Gr.
The name Volsci itself is significant not merely in its suffix; the older form Volusci clearly contains the word meaning "marsh" identical with Gr.
Lotze for the decision of the question lays down the broad principle, " All that has once come to be will eternally continue so soon as for the organic unity of the world it has an unchangeable value, but it will obviously again cease to be, when that is not the case " (Gr.
which began with a few huts on the banks of the Marra-Marra in 1835, Gr owth Vi ctor a of.
BRACHISTOCHRONE (from the Gr.
OMEN (a Latin word, either connected with os, mouth, or more probably with auris (Gr.
A variety occurring as thin red scales at Siegen in Westphalia is known as Rubinglimmer or pyrrhosiderite (from Gr.
ST SIMEON STYLITES (390-459), the first and most famous of the Pillar-hermits (Gr.
OPTICS, the science of light, regarded as the medium of sight (Gr.
THEGN, or Thane, an Anglo-Saxon word meaning an attendant, servant, retainer or official, and cognate with Gr.
The name Samaria is derived through the Gr.
ANEMOMETER (from Gr.
ENERGY (from the Gr.
NEMATODA, in zoology, a group of worms. The name Nematoda (Gr.
pantheum or pantheon; Gr.
careme), and its Gr.
The name is derived from Gr.
CASSITERIDES (from the Gr.
APOROSE (from Gr.
Phytopathology or plant pathology (Gr.
61 =Dittenberger, Orientis gr.
815), the son and successor ci Harun al-Rashid, caused an Arabic version of Ptolemy's great astronomical work (rat, meyio-Tf) to be made, which is known as the Almagest, the word being nothing more than the Gr.
COPROLITES (from Gr.
PSALM (from the Gr.
The name is generally said to be derived from the Gr.
At this point was another passage of the river, defended by the castle which gives its name to the spot, and which stands on a high hill overhanging the right bank, its base washed by an abundant stream, the Sanjeh (Gr.
of precipitated sulphur and 1 gr.
AMBO, or Ambon (Gr.
EUMENIDES (from Gr.
The name (Gr.
Hardness 31-4; sp. gr.
BIOGENESIS (from the Gr.
vivus, living, alive; Gr.
Yehudi, man of Judah; Gr.
pascha and the Gr.
mitra, from Gr.
In the Orthodox Eastern Church the mitre (Gr.
MYSTICISM (from Gr.
In distinction to the "clergy" we find the "laity" (Gr.
GLYCERIN, GLYCERINE or Glycerol (in pharmacy Glycerinum) (from Gr.
Glycerin is a viscid, colourless liquid of sp. gr.
OEDIPUS (Oibiirovs, OiScirobrls, 01.5bros, from Gr.
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