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Peregrine

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

A peregrine (foreign) planet is one so situated as to be neither dignified nor exalted, and simultaneously not in aspect with any other planet. A planet so situated in a natal chart indicates a part of the psyche that seems to operate independently from the rest of the native’s personality, and that the native must therefore make a special effort to integrate. The term is seldom used today, except in horary astrology.

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O percevejo-bronzeado Thaumastocoris peregrinus apresentou um total de cinco instares, para nove das dez especies de eucaliptos estudados, pois em Eucalyptus globulus apenas o primeiro instar pode ser acompanhado, sendo que ao final deste, a mortalidade de ninfas chegou a 100%.
The present study documents the northernmost observation of ornithophily yet reported in North America, as well as the first observations of nestling mortality due to biting black flies in the Arctic Peregrine Falcon (Falco peregrinus tundrius).
no Brasil e Typhlodromalus peregrinus tem seu primeiro registro para o estado do Rio Grande do Sul.
The bronze bug, Thaumastocoris peregrinus (Hemiptera: Thaumastocoridae) Carpintero & Dellape, 2006, is an Eucalyptus sap-feeding insect native to Australia that has become a serious invasive pest damaging commercially grown Eucalyptus in the Southern Hemisphere.
Seis individuos de la especie Falco peregrinus se registraron en el PNLM durante 2012.
peregrinus y las especies del genero Accipiter y Buteo, que frecuentemente se les observo en perchas relativamente altas (arboles, postes de telefonos y luz).
The peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) gets its name from the Latin word peregrinus, which means foreigner or traveler.
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Chapters are devoted to Apollonius of Tyana and to Peregrinus Proteus, both of course stock characters in comparisons between the religious spirit of paganism and that of early Christianity.
17) ASCPV, CM, busta 78, Pasquetta Peregrinus and Romano Cavatia, ff.
honorifice sane esset invitatus, venissetque & Salmasius & Salmasia, (uter enim horum is est, uxoris palam dominatus cum fama turn domi incertum admodum reddiderat quo in loco peregrinus magno in honore degebat) (1.
In 1269 a French scholar, Pelerin de Maricourt (13th century), also known by his Latin name of Petrus Peregrinus de Maricourt, was taking part in the slow and dull siege of an Italian city.