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  • Rob shifted his attention to the twins Nat and Matt.
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  • 173; National Antarctic Exp., Nat.
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  • 23-41, 44, 60; Pliny, Nat.
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  • 24; Pliny, Nat.
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  • 48; Pliny, Nat.
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  • 14), of Triconodon mordax (nat.
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  • - Lower Jaw and Teeth of Phascolotherium bucklandi (nat.
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  • - Lower Jaw and Teeth of Amphilestes broderipi (twice nat.
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  • - Spalacotherium tricuspidens (twice nat.
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  • Wales, 1895; " The Relation of the Fauna and Flora of Australia to those of New Zealand," Nat.
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  • From the spoils of the war he constructed the first public library at Rome, in the Atrium Libertatis, also erected by him (Pliny, Nat.
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  • His researches went back to very early times; Pliny (Nat.
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  • Butler, "Birds of the Andamans and Nicobars" (Proc. Bombay Nat.
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  • the hydrorhiza as well as to the other Agassiz, Contributions to Nat.
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  • Boston Soc. Nat.
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  • Soc. Imp. Nat.
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  • Norfolk Nat.
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  • I 1; Pliny, Nat.
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  • - Bones of Fowl's right wing, adult, nat.
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  • Godman (Nat.
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  • CRINUM, a genus (nat.
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  • - Polypodium vulgare, of leaf of Polypodium bearing common polypody (about a nat.
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  • BUCHU, or Buka Leaves, the produce of several shrubby plants belonging to the genus Barosma (nat.
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  • Pliny (Nat.
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  • he gave an extract from the correspondence between Oberlin and Bodmann (now preserved in the Paris Nat.
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  • I, 4, 15; Pliny, Nat.
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  • Sharp's general account of ants in the Cambridge Nat.
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  • The name wooden pear is applied to the fruits of Xylomelum (nat.
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  • (About a nat.
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  • He is said to have written the history of his consulship and the Cimbrian War after the manner of Xenophon; two epigrams by him have been preserved, one on Roscius the celebrated actor (Cicero, De Nat.
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  • In ancient vase paintings she is frequently met with; and the picture by Timanthes representing Agamemnon hiding his face at her sacrifice was one of the famous works of antiquity (Pliny, Nat.
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  • c. 785; Pliny, Nat.
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  • Stejneger (Standard Nat.
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  • - Viper's Bugloss (Echium vulgare), about 4 nat.
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  • Single flower, about nat.
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  • Thus, according to Pliny (Nat.
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  • 14; Cicero, De nat.
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  • 20; Pliny, Nat.
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  • C. Miall, Nat.
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  • Barrett - Hamilton, "Note on the Harvest-Mice of the Palaearctic Region," Annals and Magazine of Nat.
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  • - Hevea brasiliensis (4 nat.
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  • 1, branch their vitality well, have with flowers (6 nat.
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  • The 3, seed (2 nat.
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  • size; juice of either of these plants, ob 4, nat.
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  • 1, twig with flowers (4 nat.
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  • size); 2, part of under side of leaf showing somatia at d d (about nat.
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  • size); 3, fruit (about a nat.
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  • 1, twig (4 nat.
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  • size); of the rubber ex1 ported is still ob2, section of inflorescence (2 nat.
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  • I, twig with flowers (8 nat.
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  • size); 2, fruit (3 nat.
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  • In art, the most famous representation was a marble group of Niobe and her children, taken by Sosius to Rome and set up in the temple of Apollo Sosianus (Pliny, Nat.
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  • - Dog Violet (Viola canina), half nat.
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  • Peckham, " On Sexual Selection in Spiders," Occasional Papers Nat.
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  • Hansen and Sorensen, On Two Orders of Arachnida (Cambridge, 1904); Sorensen, " Opiliones laniatores," Nat.
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  • - Rhizome of Polygonatum multiflorum, cluding the British 4 nat.
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  • Of all these the De nat.
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  • See also Thomas Wright, Biographia Britannica literaria, Anglo-Norman Period, pp. 449-459 (1846: some points in this are modified in the 1863 edition of De nat.
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  • Hesiod, Works and Days, 41; Pliny, Nat.
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  • Finally, the ascetics came to share in the honours paid to the martyrs, and we see in the Historia religiose of Theodoret how quickly this Sainfoin (Onobrychis sativa), a nat.
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  • 1, Fruit, nat.
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  • (2) A town in Attica, mentioned by Pliny the Elder (Nat.
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  • Edwards (Nat.
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  • Plant a nat.
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  • Inflorescence, nat.
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  • et nat.
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  • Analytically thus (Thomson and Tait, Nat.
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  • of a small olive-press with one screw which is alluded to by Pliny (Nat.
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  • Two passages in Pliny (Nat.
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  • The tradition, recorded by Pliny (Nat.
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  • Pliny no doubt means to refer to this when he says (Nat.
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  • During the Roman occupation Pliny states that glass was made " per Hispanias " (Nat.
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  • Pliny states (Nat.
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  • The sugar beet is a cultivated variety of Beta maritima (nat.
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  • A, Cysticercus bovis in beef; nat.
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  • 15, 16; Pliny, Nat.
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  • WALNUT (Juglans), a botanical genus of about ten species (nat.
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  • The order Lemnaceae to which they belong 1, Lemna minor (Lesser Duckstamen, and a female flower, weed) nat.
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  • Geaster Granulosus, nat.
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  • Pastiteles is said by Pliny (Nat.
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  • Hooker, Nat.
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  • 72; Pliny, Nat.
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  • The tomb at Chiusi described by Pliny (Nat.
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  • - Daffodil - (Narcissus Pseudonarcissus)-3 nat.
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  • 29; Pliny, Nat.
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  • Ashmead, Proc. U.S. Nat.
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  • U.S. Nat.
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  • 9; Pliny, Nat.
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  • Sharp (Cambridge Nat.
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  • C. Miall (Nat.
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  • LENTULUS, the name of a Roman patrician family of the Cornelian gens, derived from lentes (" lentils"), which its oldest members were fond of cultivating (according to Pliny, Nat.
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  • Seldon (De jure nat.
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  • Pliny, Nat.
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  • Swainson (Nat.
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  • 1.98; Pliny, Nat.
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  • 698; Pliny, Nat.
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  • Pacuvius obtained distinction also as a painter; and the elder Pliny (Nat.
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  • 49; Pliny, Nat.
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  • on Nat.
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  • Early in life he published observations on the Tertiary and Post-Tertiary deposits in the Thames valley, and on fossil plants and various invertebrata, in the Magazine of Natural History, the Annals of Nat.
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  • The capital, Tidore, on the east coast, is a walled town and the seat of a sultan tributary to the Dutch 2 Thomson and Tait's Nat.
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  • About 4 nat.
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  • Salts of ammonia have been known from very early times; thus the term Hammoniacus sal appears in the writings of Pliny (Nat.
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  • The name Hammoniacus sal occurs in Pliny (Nat.
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  • 146), and other ancient writers, including Pliny (Nat.
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  • Pomet' thought that gall-nuts were the fruit of the oak, and a similar opinion obtains among the modern Chinese, who apply to them the term Mu-shih-tsze, or " fruits for the foodless."2 Hippocrates administered gall-nuts for their astringent properties, and Pliny (Nat.
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  • 4, 7; Pliny, Nat.
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  • According to Cato (in Pliny, Nat.
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  • Adnitt (Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological and Nat.
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  • A was published in photographic facsimile in 1879-1880.] Codex Ephraemi Syri Rescriptus (Paris Nat.
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  • Abhandlungen, p. 94.] Codex Claromontanus (Paris Nat.
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  • P. Hay, Proc. U.S. Nat.
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  • (b) flower, nat.
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  • 34, 41; Pliny, Nat.
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  • Rye (Secale cereale), one-fourth nat.
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  • I, 2, 4, about two-thirds nat.
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  • Hagen, PrOC. Boston, Nat.
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  • de la Societe Imperiale de Nat.
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  • The pyrethrum or "feverfew" (nat.
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  • 25; Pliny, Nat.
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  • Soc. London and Annals and Magazine of Nat.
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  • unio, liberally unity, oneness, applied to a large pearl and to a species of onion), Allium Cepa (nat.
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  • Another tradition represents him as captured and slain by the Spartans during the war (Pliny, Nat.
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  • This remarkable bird was unknown till George Shaw described and figured it in 1813 (Nat.
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  • Ioo; Plutarch, Demetrius, 47; Pliny, Nat.
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  • By this Meadow Crane's-bill, Geranium pratense, 4 nat.
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  • The development of the last decade of the 19th century had clearly shown that the educated bourgeoisie, the tiers Nat, in whose hands the supreme power had since 1848 become vested throughout Europe, was either entirely lost to the Church or, at all events, indifferent to what were called Ultramontane tendencies.
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  • Sharp's chapters (viii.-xiv.) Cambridge Nat.
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  • Peckham, Occasional Pap. Nat.
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  • plates); Nat.
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  • 8.9) and Pliny (Nat.
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  • (After Krombholz, nat.
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  • PHORMIUM, or NEW Zealand Flax (also called "New Zealand hemp"), a fibre obtained from the leaves of Phormium tenax (nat.
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  • Wagler (Nat.
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  • In the and and 1st centuries B.C. Apollodorus, nicknamed laprorupavvos (" Lord of the Garden "), and Zeno of Sidon (who describes Socrates as " the Attic buffoon ": Cic. De nat.
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  • His future eminence as a poet was foretold when a nightingale perched upon his lips and sang (Pliny, Nat.
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  • To prevent the plant from running to leaf, Pliny (Nat.
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  • The statement of Cato (in Pliny, Nat.
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  • Brebner, " On the Classification of the Tilopteridaceae," Proc. Bristol Nat.
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  • soc. nat.
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  • - Yellow Iris, Iris Pseudacorus, 4 nat.
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  • 1-4 about 2 nat.
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  • 8, 12); and Pliny, Nat.
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  • Twig with male flowers (2 nat.
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  • One-third nat.
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  • 34; Pliny, Nat.
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  • 80; Pliny, Nat.
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  • Its mode of using this unique instrument seems to have been first described by Townson (Tracts on Nat.
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  • The slave insurrection under Nat Turner in 1831 led to a second abortive effort, this time by the legislature, to do away with the fateful institution.
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  • He was often accompanied by 'Ayaq Tim (good fortune), and in this aspect may be compared with the Roman Bonus Eventus (Pliny, Nat Hist.
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  • 3; C. Plinius Secundus, Nat.
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  • Gaius Antonius, nicknamed Hybrida from his half-savage disposition (Pliny, Nat.
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  • (Nearly twice nat.
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  • This view is that given by Cicero (Nat.
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  • Contact with these repositories of mystic influence " makes them glad " (Nat.
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  • 266); it endows them with second sight (ibid.); it gives them confidence and success in war (Nat.
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  • The fibre is obtained from two species of Corchorus (nat.
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  • - Inflorescence of Cotton-grass (Eriophorum polystachion), about a nat.
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  • About 1/40 nat.
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  • 1, Flower; 2, same flower split open above the ovary; 3, ovary cut across; 1, 2, and 3, about 1/2 nat.
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  • Woodward; about one-third nat.
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  • Traquair; upper (A), lower (B), and left-side view (C), about one-half nat.
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  • 508, 514; Pliny, Nat.
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  • 10; Pliny, Nat.
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  • For the "Paphian Diamonds" (Pliny, Nat.
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  • 2, Branch of inflorescence, 4 nat.
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  • Hunt (Dic. Nat.
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  • Tristram, Nat.
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  • a, root nodule of the lupin, nat.
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  • 3; Pliny, Nat.
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  • 33); Pliny (Nat.
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  • He is said to have been called Dentatus because he was born with his teeth already grown (Pliny, Nat.
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  • C. Marsh, showing extent of flying membranes ('y nat.
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  • 39), who also was possibly an author (Pliny, Nat.
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  • This is divided into six parts: (i.) Rome et Italie Lucerne (Medicago sativa), z nat.
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  • 2, Half-ripe fruit, 4 nat.
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  • A hypothesis favoured by Dr Frazer, that the victim is usually a divine man, a priest-king 4 Pliny, Nat.
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  • L from Lynn, Massachusetts (nat.
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  • Plant in Flower; about a nat.
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  • Gold and salt were also found in considerable quantities; the plant called saliunca (the wild or Celtic nard) grew in abundance, and was used as a perfume (Pliny, Nat.
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  • Churchill.) Juniper (Juniperus communis) half nat.
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  • In the time of Nero, owing to its dilapidated condition, it was replaced by a copy made by the painter Dorotheus (Pliny, Nat.
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  • Syevertsov's "Vertical and Horizontal Distribution of Turkestan Animals," in Izvestia of the Moscow Soc. of Amateurs of Nat.
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  • helvetica (nat.
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  • Catesby (Nat.
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  • 2.17; Pliny, Nat.
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  • II), the cult of Dis Soranus by the Hirpi or fire-leaping priests on Mount Soracte (Pliny, Nat.
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  • According to Pliny (Nat.
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  • The grateful animal subsequently recognized him when he had been captured and thrown to the wild beasts in the circus, and, instead of attacking him, began to caress him (Aelian, De Nat.
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  • He is frequently mentioned by the historians who wrote about Alexander, and was probably the author of a work on prodigies, which is referred to by Pliny (Nat.
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  • 39-47; Pliny, Nat.
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  • - Inflorescence of the Lime (Tilia platyphyllos) (nat.
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  • um (Contribution a l'etude des Cirrhipbdes, 1894) found that the species frequenting sea sur- (Two-thirds nat.
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  • Hyatt (Proc. Boston Soc. Nat.
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  • i, Fertile pinnule, nat.
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  • I, Part of fertile pinna, nat.
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  • All the figures a nat.
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  • Arber, Catalogue of the Fossil Plants of the Glossopteris Flora in the Department of Geology (British Museum, Nat.
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  • Boulenger, "The Poisonous Secretion of Batrachians," Nat.
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  • After hiding for several weeks Nat was captured on the 30th of October and was tried and hanged, having made, meanwhile, a full confession.
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  • Several times in Pliny, Nat.
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  • 13 Garcias da Horta, in asserting the Arabian origin of the drug, remarks that the term " Indian " is often applied by the Arabs to a dark-coloured variety.'4 According to Pliny (Nat.
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  • He is also said to have been the first priest of Dionysus, and to have introduced the cultivation of the vine and fruit trees (Pliny, Nat.
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  • yQt ti nsolt Sco(ts: Nat E` 1 Mercer Hohenwad: Henderson Sardis: ...? ?
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  • This page gives an overview of all articles in the 1911 Brittanica which are alphabetized under N to Nat.
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  • bebop piano, it was Nat Cole.
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  • Usually I'm singing some swedish folk-song or nina simone but yesterday I sung " smile " in the Nat king cole version.
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  • Nat Genet 29, 229-232, PubMed 46 Kruglyak, L. (1999) Prospects for whole-genome linkage disequilibrium mapping of common disease genes.
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  • Vampires: Nat Mackensie (Charles Lister) a rather impetuous mercenary is bitten on the arm in Afghanistan 1989 by a prisoner.
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  • noradrenaline transporter (NAT ).
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  • then to sci mus (2h q for t Rex at nat his, it says.
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  • sextet based in Los Angeles which includes Nat King Cole.
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  • Once frozen, NAT crystals diffract X-rays at third generation synchrotron sources to beyond 3.0?
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  • telomerase promoters have the capacity to drive the expression of the NAT.
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  • (A, F, a nat.
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  • Sclater, The Geography of Mammals (London, 1899); Ridgway, "Birds of the Galapagos Archipelago," Proc. U.S. Nat.
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  • The inhabitants suggested Metrodorus as capable of discharging both duties, and it is recorded that Aemilius was entirely satisfied (see Pliny, Nat.
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  • TOBACCO, the name (see below) for the leaves of several species of Nicotiana (nat.
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  • The elections were the cause of a flood of pamphlets, of which one, Offrande a la patrie, was by Marat, and, though now forgotten, dwelt on much the same points as the famous brochure of the Abbe Sieyes: Qu'estce que le tiers Nat?
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  • place the couplet, "And eek of many another maner cryme I Which nedeth nat rehercen at this tyme," which should stand after v.
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  • Nam et Herculanensis oppidi pars ruit dubieque stant etiam quae relicta sunt " (Nat.
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  • aveline, filbert), said by Pliny to have been originally designated "Pontic," from their introduction into Asia and Greece from Pontus (see Nat.
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  • To that age the traditions preserved at Dodona bore witness; and the designations of special groups like the / Ay07Toc, Owl lrpaEuliKac, or, possibly, the Venerable Goddesses (Nat, aE,uvai) of Athens, point to a mode of thought when the divine Powers were not definitely individualized.
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  • (See Prichard, Nat.
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  • Then to sci mus (2h q for t rex at nat his, it says.
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  • In 1943 he leads a quintet and sextet based in Los Angeles which includes Nat King Cole.
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  • Conclusions These results indicate that the telomerase promoters have the capacity to drive the expression of the NAT.
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  • Other very notable artists who have recorded versions of Besame Mucho include none other than Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole and Jimmy Dorsey.
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  • BCS is alternatively referred to as child physical abuse or non-accidental trauma (NAT).
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  • You can find Nat King Cole, George Strait, and Tracy Thornton's takes on the song.
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  • The brothers in the band, Nat and Alex, are real life brothers Nat and Alex Wolff, and the show was created and written by their parents.
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  • Notably, Nat Wolff, 14 years old in 2008, writes all of the music for the show.
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  • The name of the Naked Brothers comes from when a younger Nat and Alex jumped out of the bathtub and began dancing around the house singing, "We are the Naked Brothers band."
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  • Nat Wolff is in the video for The Take Over, The Break's Over by Fall Out Boy.
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  • Using his puppets and ventriloquism skills, he performed songs by Etta James, Garth Brooks, Nat King Cole and Louis Armstrong, among others.
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  • For those beestis in the house have short heare and thynne, and towards March they will pylle and be bare; and therefore they may nat abyde in the fylde before the heerdmen in winter tyme for colde.
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  • Elected by the tiers Nat of Vermandois to represent it in the states-general of Blois, he contended with skill and boldness in extremely difficult circumstances for freedom of conscience, justice and peace.
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  • Where is the ford of Nat,'ana (?
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  • Fred was being consoled by Mrs. Abernathy or some other of his lady friends so Dean spent the evening alone with the sound of a little early Nat King Cole trio, vintage forties.
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  • And also another seuerall close for his portion of his common pasture, and also his porcion of his medowe in a seuerall close by itselfe, and al kept in seureall both in wynter and somer; and euery cottage shall haue his portion assigned hym accordynge to his rent, and than shall nat the ryche man ouerpresse the poore man with his cattell; and euery man may eate his oun close at his pleasure.
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  • For dout ye nat but heerdemen with their catell, shepeherdes with theirshepe, and tieng of horses and mares, destroyeth moch come, the which the hedges wold save.
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