from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. A division of corals including those that have a porous texture, as Porites and Madrepora; -- opposed to Aporosa.
- n.pl. A division of Foraminifera, including those having perforated shells.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- One of the groups into which Edwards and Haime (1850) divide the corals: distinguished from Aporosa, Tabulata, and Rugosa. It includes the Madreporidæ, Poritidæ, etc. Also called Porosa.
- The perforate foraminifers, a large group (subclass, order, or suborder) of filose protozoans inclosed in a test perforated with numerous foraminules besides the main opening, through all of which the thready pseudopods may protrude: opposed to Imperforata. Leading forms are the Textulariidæ, Lagenidæ, Globigerinidæ, Rotaliidæ, and Nummulinidæ.
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Argentine de praestigiis daemonum, cap. 20, adds, hypericon or St. John's wort, perforata herba, which by a divine virtue drives away devils, and is therefore fuga daemonum: all which rightly used by their suffitus,
Un uomo si rende conto della sua natura: è solo un robot, e la realtà è solo un software su una scheda perforata.
Temporis quinetiam certis, machina quaedam ex ligno ad formam ovi facta, sacra et mystica, uam foeminas aspicere haud licitam, decem plus minus uncias longa et circa quatuor lata insculpta ac figuris diversis ornata, et ultimam perforata partem ad longam (plerumque e crinibus humanis textam) inscrendam chordam cui nomen
The uvea perforata (posterior layer of iris), though the definitions are not in all cases quite clear and definite.
The axons of these cells are grouped together in a bundle, the fasciculus retroflexus of Meynert, which passes ventrally medial to the red nucleus and terminates in a small medial ganglion in the substantia perforata posterior, immediately in front of the pons, called the interpeduncular ganglion.
Of the genus Balanus, on the shores of Britain, we have ONE species (B. perforata Bruguiere), which you have not in the United States, in the same way as you exclusively have B. eburneus.
The first order begins at the _substantia perforata_ and passes upward and around the corpus callosum toward the posterior margin of that body, thence descends to the base of the brain, and terminates near its origin.
Temporis quinetiam certis, machina quaedam ex ligno ad formam ovi facta, sacra et mystica, uam foeminas aspicere haud licitam, decem plus minus uncias longa et circa quatuor lata insculpta ac figuris diversis ornata, et ultimam perforata partem ad longam (plerumque e crinibus humanis textam) inscrendam chordam cui nomen "Mooyumkarr," extra castra in gyrum versata, stridore magno e percusso aere facto, libertatem coeundi juventuti esse tum concessam omnibus indicat.
Journals of Expeditions of Discovery into Central Australia and Overland from Adelaide to King George's Sound in the Years 1840-1: Sent By the Colonists of South Australia, with the Sanction and Support of the Government: Including an Account of the Manners and Customs of the Aborigines and the State of Their Relations with Europeans — Complete
Fol. contigua, in frugiferis orbiculata, verfus peripheriam caule perforata « alterna; in iu« nioribus non frugiferis vagina craffa, urceo - lata; decurrentia.
H. tcfla perforata globofa nitida alba: fafciis fuicii. fis.
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