caecus


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caecus

An obsolete term for a blind pouch—i.e., cul-de-sac or caecum.
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Quatro novos registros de especies foram feitos para o Brasil: Arrhopalites caecus (Tullberg, 1871) Borner; Lepidocyrtus neofasciatus Wray, 1948; Folsomides famarensis Fjellberg, 1993; Sminthurides aquaticus (Bourlet, 1842) Folsom, 1896; e um genero, Neelus Folsom, 1896.
caecus (Mizelle and Kritsky 1969) Lim 1996 from two different localities (district Lucknow and Barabanki).
Verissime, dicitis, quis enim est ita mente caecus, qui non videat id cuique generi malum esse, quod contra eius naturam est?
Caecus corusco lumine corruit atque in plateae puluere palpitat.
Los grupos: Pallidus, Caecus, Major, Uniformis y Longipes del genero Trichobius Gervalis, 1844.
8) "Est quoddam per imbecillitatem, praeeunte Apostolo, ad maximas vires iter: sim ego debilissimus, dummodo in mea debilitate immortalis ille et melior vigor eo se efficacius exerat; dummodo in meis tenebris divini vultus lumen eo clarius eluceat; tum enim infirmissimus ero simul et validissimus, caecus eodem tempore et perspicacissimus; hac possim ego infirmitate consummari, hac perfici, possim in hac obscuritate sic ego irradiari.
721f, cited in LSJ, 1019); thence it is argued that kophos means "neither heard nor hearing," just as tuphlos and caecus mean 'unseen' and 'unseeing'" (Janko 1992, 153); on this reading, therefore, what Apollo wishes to convey about the dead, dissolute corpse of Hector is, finally, its "insensibility.
16] Tambien Ruhe(1974, 57) cae en un error, entonces, al afirmar que la mencion caecus en la descripcion de Cupido en De Deorum imaginibus libellum de Albericus Philosophus (siglo X o XI) es una 'selbststandige Zufugung' que ilustra la 'Eigenstandigkeit dieses Autors'.
A new troglophilic crab, Chaceus turikensis, from Venezuela, and additional notes on the stygobiont crab Chaceus caecus Rodriguez and Bosque, 1990 (Decapoda: Brachyura: Pseudothelphusidae).
Cecilia - feminine version of the Roman name Caecilius, which came from Latin caecus 'blind';
11, we can perceive this wider cultural interaction best by reading the poems closely with the textbook example in antiquity of the mortuos ab inferis excitare topos: Cicero's prosopopoeia of Appius Claudius Caecus in Pro Caelio 33-34.
36 For praise of Quinta Claudia put in the mouth of Appius Claudius Caecus, see Cicero, Cael.