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glossa

[′gläs·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A tongue or tonguelike structure in insects, especially the median projection of the labium.
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Eventually these glosses took on a standard form known as the Glossa ordinaria, compiled by Johannes Teutonicus circa 1217.
Hypopharinge (Figura 3F), glossa con multiples setas, las apicales delgadas y las proximales mas gruesas y cortas, el disco se observa casi glabro.
5 natalium (Schmeling), probabilmente glossa di stemmatum (Hunt); 42.
El autor, despues de haber aludido a la hipotesis propuesta por Burns y que el grafico de ULPIANO ("computatio In alimentis faciendi") pudiera servir de computo a la probabilidad de vida en caso de ausencia, y haberla juzgado algo muy dudosa, subraya: "mas cercano a lo verdadero nos parece otra hipotesis apoyada por Glossa .
Nicholas's Literalpostill on the whole Bible was, after the twelfth-century Glossa ordinaria, "the most widely copied and disseminated of all medieval Bible commentaries, finding its way into hundreds of libraries across the continent in scholastic, monastic, cathedral, and courtly settings" (Klepper 6).
1077 H 56 riporta la lezione della maggioranza dei codici, [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], dove i codici [sigma] riportano [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] nel testo e [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in glossa.
He has recorded for Astree Auvidis, Glossa, and Sony Classical.
Peculiar characteristics of orchid bees include metallic colors, long glossa and, in males, metatibiae specialized in collecting and storing aromatic substances (Dressier, 1982a).
16) Their re-imagining of Procula's dream was commonplace by the twelfth century, when it appeared in the Glossa Ordinaria:
The little town of Glossa and the Agnanti Restaurant (agnanti.
Se nutre para elaborarla de la Glossa Ordinaria y Pedro Abelardo aunque tambien encontramos referencias hebreas tomadas de San Jeronimo o Andres de San Victor segun diferentes opiniones.
Elliniki Grammatia kai Glossa [Studies: Greek Letters and Language].