from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A genus of bees of the family Andrenidæ.
- n. A genus of tineid moths founded by Clemens in May, 1860, and changed in August of that year to Chrysopora, the only species being now called C. lingulacella.
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- n. a genus of bee; some are important pollinators of legumes
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The menu gives eccentric flourishes to classic Polish dishes, like herring and potatoes with arugula, or ribs baked in the sweet honey-flavored liquor krupnik (nomia. waw.pl).
Keppleri mathematici olim imperatorii somnium seu opus posthumus de astro - nomia lunari (Francofurti, 1634).
This word is confused with nomia, and thus Torah, by many, yet they have nothing in common.
New Testament also used nomia to signify the torah.
Following this tradition, the Greek [[New Testament]] also used nomia to signify the torah.
Economy in order to articulate this possibility with the law-of-the-house and the law of the proper. oiko-nomia, which led me to reserve a particular Place for the two motif of light and home Du Marsais cites "borrowed home" in his metaphoric definition of metaphor: "Metaphor is a species of Trope; the word that one uses in metaphor is taken in another sense than the proper meaning. it is, so to speak, in a borrowed home, says an ancient; this is common and essential to all Tropes" Des tropes, ch.
Inlerea ex residuis Yespa - aiani aureis argenteisqoe nomia eront aon paoci» qui hoo adhoo anno fberint signati, nimirum extra urbem.
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OlAOIIATOPOS. jam ex nomia regum Sjrriae cognita, et haod dobie horam
Sed de hoc vide plura in nomia Impp. Romaoi commatis post monetam GaL Maximiani.
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