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  • Oh, and I observed World Turtle Day by reading "Anatomy of Condorchelys antiqua Sterli, 2008, and the origin of the modern jaw closure mechanism in turtles" in the March Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology.

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  • Contemporaries called these illnesses by a variety of names: romadizo, catarro, tos, tos antiqua, pasmo, hinchazones en la garganta, and asma.

    Pestilence and Headcolds: Encountering Illness in Colonial Mexico

  • < FONT size = 4 face = "palatino, book antiqua" > 1.

    Self-Portrait, Ending With Neruda

  • “Clino-pedalis, ad venerem invalidus, ab ea antiqua opinione, frigiditatem pedum concubituris admondum officere.”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Furthermore, since via antiqua authors also distinguished between various modes or senses of being, allowing various sorts of

    The Medieval Problem of Universals

  • By contrast, in the via antiqua conception, a term's ultimate significata may or may not be the same things as the term's

    The Medieval Problem of Universals

  • Nevertheless, despite the nominalists 'charges to the contrary, the via antiqua framework, as far as its semantic considerations are concerned, was no more committed to the real distinction of the significata and supposita of its common terms than the via moderna framework was.

    The Medieval Problem of Universals

  • Cambaleth quæ est ciuitas multum antiqua, et veni ad Catai, et eam ceperunt Tartari: Et iuxta eam ad dimidium miliare aliam ciuitatem fecerunt, quæ vocatur Caido et haec 12. portas habet, et semper inter vnam et aliam sunt duo miliaria, et medium inter illas ciuitates benè inhabitatur, ita quòd faciunt quasi vnam ciuitatem;

    The Journal of Friar Odoric

  • Habetur et ante Ecclesiam arbor grandis, et antiqua, de qua nonnulli fabulantur, quod ad beatæ

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Ab hac ciuitate, multis ciuitatibtus peregratis versus Orientem, veni ad ciuitatem Cambalu, quæ est antiqua in prouincia Cathay:

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

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