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adj/n minor elements between the members of a botanical species.
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2:404: "Et sic dico quod esse substantiale rei non est accidens, sed actualitas cuiuslibet formae existentis, sive sine materia sive cum materia.
oxysporum have been divided into formae speciales on the basis of virulence on a particular host or group of hosts [8].
Perseus' love at first sighting her beauty renders him figuratively transfixed and he almost forgets to flap the wings strapped to his ankles, his desire both ignited and nearly foiled by sight of her: et stupet et visae correptus imagine formae | paene suas quatere est oblitus in aere pennas (676-77).
1987), Formae mentis, saggio sulla pluralita dell'intelligenza, Firenze: Feltrinelli.
Information gathered suggested improvements in retrieval equipment design and use of alternative power sources, the use of pro formae for equipment checking, patient assessment, preparation for transportation and information transfer.
Genetic divergence at the SODA locus of six different formae speciales of Pneumocystis carinii.
Uno modo, per subtractionem formae, aut alicuius partis, quae requiritur ad integritatem rei; sicut caecitas malum est, et carere membro.
Hypsicratea quoque regina Mitridatem coniugem suum effusis caritatis habenis amavit, propter quem praecipuum formae suae decorem in habitum virilem convertere voluptatis loco habuit: tonsis enim capillis equo se et armis adsuefecit, quo facilius laboribus et periculis eius interesset.
Hanc amavi, et exquisivi a iuventute mea, et quaesivi sponsam mihi eam assumere, et amator factus sum formae illius.
Formae is focused on developing a proprietary pipeline of novel products in arthroscopic joint resurfacing and replacement.
tern hi actus sunt formae ultimo actuantes ac perficientes substantias quibus insunt; ergo convenit illis communis ratio qualitatis supra assignata.
Second, and more importantly for the scope of what I am examining, "new forms should in some way grow organically from the already existing forms (novae formae ex formis iam exstantibus organice quodammodo crescant)" (no.