flumina

flumen

 [floo´men] (pl. flu´mina) (L.)
a stream.
flu´mina pilo´rum the lines along which the hairs of the body are arranged.

flu·mi·na

(flū'mi-nă),
Plural of flumen.

flumina

Plural of flumen, see there.
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14: aria of the Third Siren Decurrunt flumina cuncta in mare) and two baroque trumpets with timpani (final chorus).
In restoring this avenue of trees, we are reflecting the town's motto 'Inter Silvas Et Flumina Habitans' - living between woods and water.
Antes vero, qui sunt eorum fortissimi, qua Ponticum mare curvatur, a Danastro extenduntur usque ad Danaprum, quae flumina multis mansionibus ab invicem absunt".
quod nisi cognatis membris contexta maneret machina et imposito pareret tota magistro ac tantum mundi regeret prudentia censum, non esset statio terris, non ambitus astris, 70 erraretque vagus mundus standove rigeret, nec sua dispositos servarent sidera cursus noxque alterna diem fugeret rursumque fugaret, non imbres alerent terras, non aethera venti nec pontus gravidas nubes nec flumina pontum 75 nec pelagus fontes, nec staret summa per omnis par semper partes aequo digesta parente, ut neque deficerent undae nec sideret orbis nec caelum iusto maiusve minusve volaret motus alit, non mutat opus.
La proteccion o defensa del uso colectivo de las cosas de dominio publico: especial referencia a los interdictos de publicis locis (loca, itinere, viae, flumina, ripae), Madrid: Dykinson, 2002, (reimpresion 2010).
Hoc | Seissante eues dedenz autem stagnum, sexaginta insulas chaeient | E illuec tutes continens, sexaginta flumina recipit, remaneient, | Fors une, ki en nec ex eo nisi unum solum ad mare mer descent | Par une eissue decurrit.
Now Valerio Poggiali (University of Rome) and colleagues have used radar images from NASA's Cassini spacecraft to catch reflections off liquid-smooth surfaces at the bottom of canyons in the drainage network Vid Flumina, which connects to Titan's second largest sea, Ligeia Mare.
Scientists detected eight canyons branching off from Vid Flumina, a more than 249-mile-long river flowing into Titan's second-largest sea, Ligeia Mare.
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(19.) "Matutinus adest ubi Vesper, et accipiens te Saepe recusatum voces intelligit hospes Rusticus ignotas notas, ac flumina tellus Occupat--In sancto tum, tum, stans Aede caveto Tonsuram Hirsuti Capitis, via namque pedestrem Ferrea praeveniens cursum, peregrine, laborem Pro pietate tua inceptum frustratur, amore Antiqui Ritus alto sub Numine Romae.
(6.) Aggiunti (1627: 28): 'scientiam verba putantes ut lucum Ugna, praeoptant verborum flumina quam mentis guttam, atque his mundi cymbalis quotidie fora, compita, trivia perstrepunt, dum tricarum griphorumque perplexitatibus se mutuo implicantes, & versi pelli tergiversatione altercantes, aut decoctorum more, qui versuras versuris solvunt, distinctiones distinctionibus tuentes captiosisque argutationibus contendentes nihil dis putando veri exprimunt, sed ut quondam Demonax Cynicus, alter hircum mulget, alter supponit cribrum ...
Fielden contributed his own Super Flumina Babylonis, premiered here for Saint's retirement, and confidently given by the Chorus, its gorgeous sequences melting lyrically into the heart.