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  • He was received i.e. acknowledged as emperor by the whole city; after he had been received, and while he was watching, he sent to the Great Church and took the imperial insignia from Basiliscus.

    The finish line is in sight.

  • As soon as Basiliscus had given up and fled to the Great Church for sanctuary, Zeno put up the flag for the chariot-races and immediately came to preside.

    The finish line is in sight.

  • Another lizard that was interesting and plentiful, was Basiliscus basiliscus, the basilisk.

    Studying Nature in Mexico is an Unforgettable Adventure

  • Despite the general hostility of the people of Messana toward the special prosecutor, two citizens—Basiliscus and Percennius—had bravely agreed to offer him hospitality, and were waiting on the quayside to greet us.

    Imperium

  • ZENO (b. 426) disposed of the pretender Basiliscus, brother-in-law of Leo I (475).

    e. The Later Fifth Century

  • FINDINGS: No histologic or immunologic evidence for any communicable disease in man in this Basiliscus amoratus sample.

    Jurassic Park

  • "'Basiliscus amoratus with three-toed genetic anomaly,'" she said, reading.

    Jurassic Park

  • * Vulgus ut in vacua regnet Basiliscus arena: [5833] 1

    The Sermons of John Owen

  • And he sent Basiliscus together with his children and his wife into Cappadocia in the winter season, commanding that they should be destitute of food and clothes and every kind of care.

    History of the Wars, Books III and IV (of 8) The Vandalic War

  • But Basiliscus with his whole fleet put in at a town distant from

    History of the Wars, Books III and IV (of 8) The Vandalic War

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