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word element [Gr.], stone; calculus.
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, lith- (lith'ō, lith),
A stone, calculus, calcification.
[G. lithos]
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, lith-
Combining forms meaning a stone, calculus, calcification.
[G. lithos]
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As the project ran for a week, the final organisms needed to be large enough to support the collective contribution of many children's lith rubbings.
One of the Catholic missionaries, the above-mentioned Jesuit priest Frans van Lith (1863-1926) from Oirschot in the Netherlands, worked indefatigably for the Christian faith (Van Rijckevorsel 1952; Steenbrink 2007:370-405; Kruithof 2014:96-8, 352-66).
bendroji teise; equity Lith. teisingumas), descriptive equivalents (statute law--Lith.
Al Lith is situated around 190 kilometres from Jeddah, and is a rapidly growing coastal province in the Kingdom.
Upon arrival at Surri, the ODA gathered representatives from the units involved: Lith SOF, U.S.
"SPFD was vocal about using solar LED lights from the get-go," recalls lighting designer Jeremy Van Lith, Escent Lighting division of MW Consulting Engineers, Spokane.
The genus Mimumesa Malloch (1933) includes 29 species and 3 subspecies of small to medium size predatory solitary wasps in the world, of which 5 species and 1 subspecies occur in the Palaearctic, 17 species in Nearctic, 2 species in Oriental, 1 species and 1 subspecies in Neotropical, 3 species in both Palaearctic and Nearctic, and 1 species and 1 subspecies in both Palaearctic and Oriental regions (de Beaumont 1937; Bohart and Menke 1976; Budrys 1990, 2001; Gussakovskij 1932, 1937; Lomholdt 1975; Lith 1948, 1949, 1959, 1965, 1974; Malloch 1933; Oehlke 1970; Rohwer 1910; Tsuneki 1954, 1959, 1967, 1972a, 1972b, 1974; Viereck 1901).
The Youth Division title is still up for grabs as Princes Villa Youth beat Irby Youth in midweek and then beat Heygarth United 3-1, thanks to Tom McGill (2) and John Lith finding the net.
After the game against Great Danes, Bullets then face four away NEBL games, against Stockholm (Swe), Siaulai (Lith), Ventspils (Lat) and finally against Pepinters (Bel), who include former Bullet Chris Haslam in their lineup.
EFIP President Klaus van Lith took the opportunity to outline the Federation's policy priorities for the coming year.
For three months, balding Samuel McCuaig, of Lith Road, Wood Green, North London, - whose previous convictions go back nearly 30 years - lay low in a Glasgow love nest with his under-age lover, hiding from police who wanted him for earlier offences of illicit sex with a youngster.
Lith and selthe felawes are: For shal Ich neuere blithe be Til I with eyen Denemark se For Ich woth that al the lond Shalt thou hauen in thin hond.