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stemma

  1. an OCELLUS.
  2. the projection in arthropods that bears an antenna.
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"A proibicao da eutanasia" e o juramento medico de hippocratic stemma
The use, in both the critical apparatus and the stemma, of italicized roman capitals instead of lower-case Greek letters to label 'hypothetical ancestors' (read: hyparchetype) contravenes all philological standards known to me.
Di questo avviso saranno stati i Barberini, specialmente papa Urbano VIII, perche, ricostruendo una buona parte della citta, ricoprirono gli spazi disponibili con gli sciami delle loro api, con i trigoni degli insetti assurti a stemma, a insegna di famiglia.
--Il faut tenir compte du stemma conseille par Tyssens, qui met en valeur les variantes dans C surtout (p.
The wide ranging contributions consider different facets of 13th and 14th century European art including the use of monochrome imagery in medieval painting, a possible Colonna family stemma in the Church of Santa Prassede in Rome, Duccio and devotion to the Virgin's foot in early Sienese painting, and devotional imagery and the Franciscan spirituals in Romagna and the Marche.
Mark Spackman, prosecuting, said that they had entered into an agreement with a firm called Stemma Legal Services, based in Upper Killay, Swansea.
Even though the concept of a stemma codicum was introduced only later, by the term "kritische Ausgaben," he said, "Ich verstehe darunter solche, wobei nicht nur kein uns zu Gebote stehendes Mittel den Text zu reinigen versaumt, sondern auch von den hierauf gewendeten Bemuhungen gehorige Rechenschaft abgelegt wird" (Indische Bibliothek 2.1 [1824]: 8).
However, each stemma lacks a corneal (cuticular) lens on the surface exterior to its internal sensory pigmented components.
Del Puppo re-examines the value of descripti, manuscripts clearly derived from other manuscripts, which, as copies, can be ruled out in a philological stemma. Del Puppo demonstrates how descripti can help emend a text, as well as illustrate its reception among literati in later centuries.