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paries

In ancient Roman construction, a wall of a house or other edifice. Also See murus.
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Amphibalanusamphitrite (previously named Balanusamphitrite,(Clare and Hoeg, 2008) is a major marine biofouling invertebrate distributed in tropical and warm temperate worldwide waters (Clare and Alred 2009), it is belong to balanidae family, and the common names is striped barnacle or purple acorn barnacle, morphological characteristics are a medium-sized, parietal tubes in single row, without transverse septa, exterior of shell with longitudinal striations, shell conical, white and distinctly marked with thick, composed of 6 parietes. Tergum with carinal margin protuberant in upper half to third, spurlength a tenth shorter than width, distance from basiscutal angle less than own width (Gordon, 1970, Biccard, 2012), the classification of this species as follows:
In the middle of the plain of joy, Tnugdale sees a castle miraculously suspended, rich and resplendent ("domus mirabiliter ornatum, cujus parietes et omnis structura ex auro errant et argento et ex omnibus lapidum pretiosarum generibus").
Exequi metu mortis actionem immediate damnificativam, ut evertere muros, perfodere parietes, pecunias, mobilia alia arripere, ejicere per fenestram, percora stabulis abigere, ignem in acervum injicere, etc.