Following these suggestions, tens of thousands of zooplankters were examined histologically and more than a 1,000 small bivalves and other invertebrates collected in the lower Delaware Bay over a 2-y period, during the warm season when oysters become infected by Haplosporidium nelsoni, without finding anything resembling a haplosporidan--and only two instances of recognizable microparasites, both microsporidians--one in a copepod and one in a nereid
The rhetorical question-marks that fall catechistically like flashing points on the printed page show this glitter, emulating the sparkling quality of Gustave Moreau's paintings: "Or had you shameful secret quests and did you harry to your home / Some Nereid
coiled in amber foam with curious rock-crystal breasts?" (ll.
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The plan had called for the National and New York Guard units to move to the 55,000-square-foot Muller Center on Nereid
Avenue in Wakefield, which was to be vacated by the Army Reserve in 2011.
The holy Nereid
nymphs of Chios ended up getting what they wanted and they brought us into ...
(1.158-165) Icy pallor freezes the Nereid
. The lad was there, much sweat and dust made him bigger, and yet in the midst of weaponry and his hurried labours he was still sweet to look upon.
He used to belong to the Nereid
Boat Club in Rutherford, the oldest boating club on the river, dating from 1870, but that membership got too expensive and it was too private.
The rest of the poem traces a trip to an ocean strand and to a place where the sea-god and his flocks have visited, a place where a nereid
has been seen sleeping (Lewis uses a small n for Nereid
But the train of thought is provoked by the presence in the British Museum of the Nereid
Monument, a brick-built tomb excavated at Xanthos in Lykia by Sir Charles Fellows in 1842 to the chagrin of Wilde's father, Sir William Wilde, who felt that his own explorations of Lykia at the same time as Fellows ought to have attracted equal attention.
Marc Quinn's solid gold statue of Moss is described as an "Aphrodite of our times", and is at the centre of the Nereid
The EUR1.9million sculpture, called Siren, by artist Marc Quinn is perched among the more traditional Greek beauties in the Nereid
38 In Greek myth, which major deity was married to the Nereid