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lacus

(lah -kŭs) A small relatively smooth dark isolated area. The word is used in the approved name of such a surface feature on the Moon and, now unofficially, on Mars. (Latin: lake)
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En ultima instancia el trabajo presentado pretende contribuir a la ponderacion de la influencia y el valor historico de un accidente natural muy relevante cual fue el estuario del Baetis, expresado como el mayor humedal del mediodia peninsular, el conocido como lacus Ligustinus, cuya presencia y funcionalidad pudo condicionar el origen y el establecimiento de la articulacion y conexion territorial de espacios y urbes bien alejadas de sus riberas.
En la region estudiada, el calcatorium romano era llamado "lagar"; el lacus se denominaba "pilon" y el ducto conector era la "piquera".
In lacinia, lacus eget facilisis mollis, velit lorem tincidunt leo, et auctor leo purus sed elit.
The Great Lake is located on Earth Lacus on Saturn s largest moon, Titan.
2] is about 200~300m thick with dark grey, grey-dark mudstones, lime-mudstones, the lake water deepened apparently, and the lacus of Gaoyou widened.
Like Geneva (Genava) to the south of Nyon, Lausanne or Lousonna to the north was a major port site on Lacus Lemannus (Lake Genera)--and the contents of its 'Musee romain' are particularly interesting for what they reveal about Roman trade.
Once an eyelash is shed into the external ocular surface, it can cause foreign body sensation, leading to reflex tearing that will carry it away to the lacus lacrimalis.
venere lacus, ubi deinde per arma sumeret amissi numerosa piacula uisus ("Having endured such things, they came to the lake where thereafter (Hannibal) through the midst of arms, would take numerous propitiary victims for his lost sight").
The site is a strange-looking geological feature named "Ina" in Lacus Felicitatis, a lake of ancient, hardened lava located at lunar coordinates 19 degrees N, 5 degrees E.
But even as he makes space for that tautology, he ignores the legendary colour of the 'abominable pool' , with its hint of the profundus lacus in the Requiem off ertory--a colour intensified by a valuable cross-reference to the Letters at the end of the paragraph ('I couldn't help thinking it suggested the idea of Styx.
BLASTOIDEA Elaecrinus verneulianus (Troost) Heteroschisma pyramidatus (Shumard) CRINOIDEA Dolatocrinus lacus Lyon Dolatocrinus liratus (Hall) Dolatocrinus major Wachsmuth and Springer Megistocrinus depressus (Hall) Megistocrinus rugosus Lyon and Casseday Megistocrinus spinosulus Lyon TABLE 2 Species diagnoses table for Goniocrinus.