Carmenta


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Carmenta

one of Camenae; protectress of women in confinement. [Rom. Rel.: Zimmerman, 50]

Carmenta

goddess of healing. [Gk. Myth.: Kravitz, 53]
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In Sweden, the Carmenta Engine provides software components to build specific military applications.
Investments included Spirox, nVision, NuMedii, eNicotine (lead), Tiatros, Carmenta, Physcient (lead) and BioTrace Medical.
Coleoptera: Curculionidae) and lepidopteran miners on leaves, and Carmenta sp.
TODAY FESTIVAL ORACLE CARMENTA (ANCIENT 1856: H Gordon Selfridge, founder of the London Department Store, was born in Ripon, Wisconsin.
La profetessa e ninfa delle acque Carmenta, madre di Evandro, stando sulle sue rive avrebbe avuto la visione deila nascita, su quelle rive, della citta (Ovidio, Fasti I: 509-14).
Four of the insects (the flower-feeding weevil, Coelocephalapion pigrae, the twig and stem-mining moths, Neurostrota gunniella and Carmenta mimosa, and the seed feeding beetle, Acantkoscelides puniceus) are flourishing and reducing the density and spread of mimosa.
Mattie Tynan was the toast of the bookmakers after his home-bred Uptomeeyes sprang a 50-1 shock in the one-mile two-year-old maiden from which the favourite, Carmenta, was withdrawn at the start after refusing to load.
Carmenta has obtained an option to acquire a world-wide, exclusive license from Stanford on the discovery and is currently developing the test for commercialization.
Bradner Central, Burgo Group, Cartiera Carmenta, Carvajal, Cascades (Rolland), Chuetsu Pulp & Paper, Chung Hwa Pulp Corporation, Copamex, Daio Paper Corp.
brasiliense number about 10 and include Eunica bechina (Talbot, 1852) (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae), Edessa rufomarginata (De Geer, 1773) (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae), Prodiplosis floricola (Felt, 1908) (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae), Carmenta sp.
They are the flower-feeding weevil, Coelocephalapion pigrae, the stem-mining moth, Neurostrota gunniella, the stem-boring moth, Carmenta mimosa, the seed-feeding beetle, Acanthoscelides puniceus, the leaf-feeding beetle Chlamisus mimosae and the Mexican beetle Malacorhinus irregularis which eats leaves, roots, seedlings and seeds at various life stages.