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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).
Si enim non cognoscatur obiectum, nec virtus potest cognosci, sicut nec caecus potentiam visivam cognoscere potest, quia obiectum non cognoscit, scilicet colorem.
6: Plerique, ut Faber et Caecus Burgensis, contendunt debere constanter legi, a Deo, quia habetur Hebr.
Appendix The Aqueducts of Rome Length Date Discharge Location (km) built Constructed by (cubic m) Appia 16 312 BCE Appius Clausius Caecus 73 000 Anio Vetus 64 273 BCE Manius Curius Dentatus and Lucius 175 920 Marcia 91 144 BCE Quintus Marcus Rex 187 600 Tepula 18 125 BCE G.
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."
This is because, as he explains, mental states of judgment (assent and dissent) are a kind of "mental concession" by which one "can agree or not agree as it by mentally saying 'yes' or 'no', or by hesitating [between agreeing and disagreeing]." (17) Importantly, however, he goes on to suggest that an act of assent should not be thought of as a "blind" (caecus) mental nod.
A new troglophilic crab, Chaceus turikensis, from Venezuela, and additional notes on the stygobiont crab Chaceus caecus Rodriguez and Bosque, 1990 (Decapoda: Brachyura: Pseudothelphusidae).