sicula

sicula

[′sik·yə·lə]
(invertebrate zoology)
The cone-shaped chitinous skeleton of the first zooid of a graptolite colony.
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There are large colonies of earlier Silurian retiolitids with no appendix, containing about 80 pairs of thecae with small siculae, whereas some of the youngest retiolitids possess a finite tubarium with a large sicula and as few as three thecae (Kozlowska-Dawidziuk 2004, fig.
1988), and Ungiminorine was identified from Ungernia minor, Ungemia severtzovii, Pancratium maritimum, and Stembergia sicula (Normatov et al.
Cipolla is the founder and present director of Arba Sicula, an organization comprised of Sicilian authors, most of whom are poets, which purports that Sicilian is a language and not a dialect, and proves it by the many writers presented within its publications.
117 Central Sicula - Modernization and arrangement of the section between km 19 +000 and km 23 +200.
Oocyte growth and follicular hierarchy may be locally controlled by an inhibin-like protein in the lizard Podarcis sicula.
It also relied on the 1989 Case Concerning Elettronica Sicula S.
Anyone interested in things Sicilian will at one time or another meet with Gaetano Cipolla's published fruits of indefatigable labour: he is professor of Italian at Jamaica, New York; he has translated poetry from Sicilian to English and published various books and booklets; he is the founder, editor, and president of Arba Sicula (a journal dedicated to Sicilian culture).
scolopes Berry, 1913 AN/BO Hawaii, USA Order TEUTHOIDEA Suborder MYOPSIDA Family Loliginidae Loligo chinensis Gray, 1849 ZH South China Sea Suborder OEGOPSIDA Family Chtenopterygidae Chtenopteryx sicula (Verany, 1851) AN Pacific Ocean Order OCTOPODA Suborder CIRRATA Family Cirroteuthidae Monterey Bay, CA Grimpoteuthis sp.
CARRES: Coalition Against Racial, Religious and Ethnic Stereotyping MEMBERSHIP American Italian Defense Association Abruzzi & Molise Heritage Society Arba Sicula Center for Italian & Italian American Culture, Inc.
11f-h) have a short, wide sicula that may belong to Xiphograptus vdeflexus (Harris), a species recorded from the middle Dapingian (Dp2) Arienigraptus gracilis Biozone to the lower Darriwilian (Dwl) Levisograptus austrodentatus Biozone (Maletz 2010).
Seasonal-dependent effect of temperature on the response of adenylate cyclase to FSH stimulation in the oviparous lizard, Podarcis sicula.
Iannacito-Provenzano The Harvest / Da re semiend alla tresca di Antonio Angelone, L'Aquila: EAILMA, 2004); quali sono effettivamente le conseguenze per il lettore di una traduzione letterale rispetto a quella poetica; quali sono i canali attraverso cui appaiono in inglese le traduzioni dei testi dialettali (basti citare qui l'esempio della pubblicazione bilingue siciliano-inglese Arba sicula e i vari bollettini stampati dalle associazioni sociali e culturali italo-canadesi, -americane, -australiane); cosa si evince dalle prefazioni alle traduzioni, ecc.