colures


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colures

(koh-loorz . koh -loorz) The two great circles passing through the celestial poles and intersecting the ecliptic at either the equinoxes (equinoctial colure) or the solstices (solstitial colure).
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A pink colures tumour at the umbilicus (umbilical adenoma) in early childhood is the definitive sign of vitelline duct remnant.
Hence a formation of a temporary but an interdependent community set up comes into being or a pluralistic community on wheels gets evolved every year throwing the colures of unity within diversity, cultural contact, mutual social interaction, exchange of ideas, and exposure to each other's cultures, etc,.
10), to give another instance, endorsed the same idea which can be inferred through his definition by the expression comparative study of education' we mean a systematic examination of other cultures and other systems of education deriving from those colures in order to discover resemblances and differences, the causes behind resemblances and differences (6)
Although GE was poor in the group of tilapia treated with blue and green colures than in other colors however, the efficiency of production never exceeded 50% (Pedro et al., 2001).
Lost in the riots of colures and peals of laughter they seem to forget the fact that electoral victories of political parties are but cyclical as changing seasons in Nature.
In the plate five holes of about 4 cm diameter shall be marked in different colures. Five pegs 20 cm long and furnished with a stop or stop-ring 10 cm from the leading end and have a diameter of 3.5 cm.
Within 24hr after eclosion, male were marked with different colures of Day GLO fluorescent powder (Day - GLO, Switzer, brothers, Inc.
Nimrod's sphere has nothing on it because the great circles (the colures, the ecliptic, the equator, the horizon) are of course not visible, material things, but ways of representing movement.