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prin·ceps

, pl.

prin·ci·pes

(prin'seps, -si-pēz),
Principal; in anatomy, term used to distinguish the largest and most important of several arteries.
[L. chief, fr. primus, first, + capio, to take, choose]

princeps

/prin·ceps/ (prin´seps) [L.] principal; chief.

prin·ceps

, pl. principes (prin'seps, -si-pēz)
Principal. anatomy Term used to distinguish the largest or most important of several arteries.
[L. chief, fr. primus, first, + capio, to take, choose]

princeps

(prĭn′sĕps) [L., chief]
1. Original; first.
2. The name of certain arteries (e.g., princeps cervicis).
3. Chief, principal.
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En outre, il faut savoir aussi que la strategie des generiques a eu un reel impact sur certains princeps qui ont vu leurs prix baisser et dont certains sont a peine un peu plus chers que les generiques.
princeps have made a comeback as a valuable resource in coastal Ecuador.
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indeed, nonparticipation in emperor worship may reflect early Christian resistance to social changes that accompanied the new religious roles of municipal elites in the service of the imperial realities of the Augustan settlement--namely, redirected cliental behavior among the local elite to the emperor as princeps.
Aunque la edicion princeps es de 1513, la popularidad de este tratado sobre las labores del campo se trasluce en la historia de sus ediciones: Simon Diaz enumera catorce ediciones entre 1513 y 1605 (fecha de la primera parte del Quijote).
between the Encephalartos altensteinii-E, princeps clade and the E.
As Seymour points out, both Chaucer and the Pearl-poet probably encountered the Travels in this form, and it was printed in the editio princeps by Richard Pynson in the mid-1490s.
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Thus, Himlingoje could represent a 'royal' burial place in C1b, Valloby (a short distance to the north) might be the seat of a dux and Skovgarde further away to the south would be one of at least three (and probably more) regional centres, each controlled by a princeps.
The other species, suitable for a cool greenhouse, are Galtonia princeps and viridiflora, both of which have pale green flowers.
caelatipennis princeps Young ranges from the Bahamas into Gulf and Atlantic Coastal Plains north to New Jersey [4].