stained to "white as snowe." It thus connects the maculate
Once at Gregynog, not long after arriving, we walked across a field maculate
with snow and lambing blood and amongst the scattered animals came upon a lamb so newly born it had not yet laid eyes on its dam:
From the polluted stream-of-consciousness lyrics to the smeary, maculate
textures and wraithlike melodies, Tricky transforms inner chaos and cultural entropy into picturesque soundscapes - like "Strugglin" (Public Enemy minus the dream of a Slack Nation), like "Aftermath" (Miles Davis' "He Loved Him Madly" meets The Specials' "Ghost Town"), like "Abbaon Fat Tracks" (how "There's a Riot Going On" might have sounded, had Sly Stone used a sampler).
Apeneck Sweeney spreads hisknees Letting his arms hang down to laugh, The zebra stripes along his jaw Swelling to maculate
The Fathers of the Church assert that the Saviour utters these words so that whoever endures torments caused by evil should stay calm, untroubled and undistressed; the one whose soul is maculate
and causes evil can be mended through the patience of the former and, thus, both of them, as one, can be brought together in fraternal love.
Predation in diversified agroecosystems: relations between a Coccinellid predator Coleomegilla maculate
and its food.
The pulses are attacked by the pulse beetles in the storages i.e, Callosobruchus chinesis , Callosobruchus maculate
and Callosobruchus analis (Lohar, 2001).
Wing with r-m and dm-cu crossveins broadly brown maculate
. Apex of each longitudinal vein with distinct brown infuscation.
(17) In effect, by stringing together the names of the title with the aforementioned possible relationships in mind, the result could be read as "Jesus, Son of Someone Important, Sir Christ the Maculate
An electron microscope study of the formation of the periostracum of Macrocallista maculate
(2006) produced 8-mm wood laminated flooring using veneers of Eucalyptus grandis and Eucalyptus maculate
with Pinus taeda in the core, and observed values of Janka hardness between 4,413 N and 9,856 N.
6 (7) central and caudal part of dorsal shield with maculate