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“(I-IV); the second, "De judiciis", seven books (V-XI); the third, "De rebus", eight books (XII-XIX); the fourth, "Umbilicus", eight books”
“Of course I enjoy such games—even early on I imagined the parched, mana-starved earth left behind after I cast a devastating Armageddon spell, or the dark stirrings of the eldritch Umbilicus repeatedly calling my Bone Shredder minion back to its aetheric womb.”
“Naturally, this Umbilicus of the Western World set the fashions in theology, literature, dress, and manners for all New England, and any one who had made a trip to Boston was venerated as a kind of travelled wonder, and forever after regarded as an authority upon all mooted points of general interest.”
“In other instances the peltate leaves become more or less hollow, constituting broad ascidia as in the case of the crassulaceous genus _Umbilicus_.”
“Rostra Julia, and that the queer fragment of masonry by the arch is supposed to be the 'Umbilicus,' the centre of the Roman world.”
“They have lately met with more rolls of Papyri of different lengths and sizes, some with the _Umbilicus_ remaining in them: the greater part are Greek in small capitals ....”
“Umbilicus, a place among the Phli* alians, lb called, i.”
“Spira convexa, obtusa. jiperiura latior quam longa/Umbilicus nullus. hortensis.”
“Lepidium Campestre (field pepper-wort), Cotyledon Umbilicus (wall penny-wort).””
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