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nodus

In ancient Roman construction, a keystone, or a boss in vaulting.
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On Aug 5 Nodus Alcyonius was also weakly returning to view on Parker's images.
The sheath extends from the pore to the junction, the point where the sheath joins the base of the proboscis, in schizorhynchs, the nodus, a muscle-free reticulum that contains a connective tissue framework, forms the posterior end of the proboscis (Karling, 1961; De Vocht and Schockaert, 1999).
299), pero el subrayado en tinta similar permite suponer que el pasaje suscito el interes de Quevedo: <<Quae numeri uirtus, quae lex, quis nexus, & ordo, / Nodus, amor, ratio foedus, concordia, limes, / Quo modo concordi numerus ligat omnia nexu.
Sinus reentry tachycardia is formed when the pathological pathway is located in nodus sinuatrialis.
Kennedy's diagnoses were extremely brief and inconclusive; Cyanallagma was characterized as <<an Acanthagrion but with male cerci not decumbent and usually forked>>, and Homeoura as <<an Ischnura but more Enallagmine, with proximal and distal sides of pterostigmata rounded, costal slightly indented at nodus and second segment of male genital ligula with large lateral patches of spines.
6) "Sic autem et Euae inobaudientiae nodus solutionem accepit per obaudientiam Mariae.
Symmetry of damselflies was estimated as the absolute difference in the number of cells (c) between the nodus and ptrostigma on left (L) and right (R) wings.
To further document intraspecific variation, the following are additional comments on the female pedipalp and leg: pedipalp indistinctly granulate, chela hand near base of movable finger with a cluster of finely dentate setae, both chelal fingers externolaterally with numerous sense spots, lateral side of fixed finger with numerous microchaetae in distal quarter; fixed finger with approximately 95 small marginal teeth, 15 externolateral accessory teeth and 7 internolateral accessory teeth, movable finger with approximately 85 marginal teeth, 13 externolateral, and 9 internolateral accessory teeth; nodus ramosus of venom duct at level of trichobothrium t.
Droixhe and Chantal Grell (Munster: Nodus Publikationen, 1993), 168.
In Shakespeare, Plautus and the Humanist Tradition, Wolfgang Riehle points out "the nodus erroris" in this play "is exceedingly tightly knit," and the play's action, "develops with an almost 'uncanny' logic, and thus it approaches the structure of tragedy" (1990, 104).
41(40) Ala anterior con Nodus ubicado mas alla de la mitad del ala; base del Triangulus en el ala posterior usualmente cercana al Arculus; espinas del angulo exterior del femur posterior del macho, cortos, robustos, con direccion proximal, lamina vulvar pequena, bilobulada, sin proyeccion ventral (Figura 16) Brechmorhoga

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