fusus

fusus

An obsolete term for a miniscule spindle-shaped structure.
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See Yadollah Yazdanpanah's lessons for Fusus al'Hikam, session 362 (Qom: Howzeh, 1380).
For example, Ibn al-'Arabi took up the Qur'anic Joseph in his Fusus al-hikam as a basis for his discussion of the spiritual imagination and the role of interpretation or "proper understanding" (ta'wil) of the signs of God, because this topic is also central to the unfolding of the aur'anic story.
Some of these studies are of such metaphysical depth that many Christians today do not fully understand the depth of what Rumi means when he talks about Christ in the Mathnavi or Ibn 'Arabi in the Fusus al-hikam.
Sur la spermatogenese chez Murex trunculus, Aporrhais pespelicani, Fusus sp.
Dim byd yn digwydd a'r hen glagwydd yn gorfod segura am fod ei Fusus yn eistedd ar yr wyau a wiw iddo fynd i'w styrbio hi.
He eventually gave up his productive career, retired from social life, and devoted his time to studying and meditating on Sufi classics, especially Ibn al-'Arabi's Fusus al-Hikam.
19) The scriptural basis of this claim is brought out more clearly in Fusus with reference to Qur'an 16:40: "Whenever We do will something, We do no more than say: 'Be
d), 1:207, 313; 2:313, 351, 379, 380; 4:19, 404, 434 (cited twice); Idem, Fusus al-hikam, ed.
Dinophysis hastata, Ceratium fusus, Ceratium macroceros, Ceratium tripos, Pyrophacus sp, Ceratium lineatum, Dinophysis caudata, and an unidentified naked dinoflagellate (Table 3).
Qaysari, Sharaf al-Din Dawud, Sharh Fusus al-Hikam (Tehran: Dar al-Funun, 1299/1881-82), 30.
divergens, Polykrikos kofoidii (heterotrophic dinoflagellates), or Tiarina fusus (small ciliate), but lower rates than Strombidinopsis sp.
Sound, Spirit, and Gender in Surat al-Qadr' JAOS 111 (1991): 239-60 and "Towards a Poetic Translation of the Fusus al-Hikam," in Muhyiddin Ibn [Arabi.