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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A germs of cyprinoid fishes found in fresh waters of Europe, Asia, and America.

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  • n. roaches

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Examples

  • Over the last 10 to 15 years, northern pike, ide (Leuciscus idus), and roach (Rutilus rutilus lacustris) have become much more numerous in the Pechora River Delta and the estuary Sredinnaya Guba (~68° N) of the Barents Sea [7].

    Climate change effects on arctic freshwater fish populations

  • Recent studies demonstrate disturbed immunological responses in UV-B-irradiated roach (Rutilus rutilus): the function of isolated head kidney neutrophils and macrophages (immuno-responsive cells) were significantly altered after a single dose of UV-B radiation [28].

    Effects of changes in ultraviolet radiation in the Arctic

  • The Norway lemming and Microtus voles also have lower peak abundances, and the small rodent community is currently dominated by the relatively more stable red-backed vole (Clethrionomys rutilus).

    Effects of changes in climate and UV radiation levels on structure of arctic ecosystems in the short and long term

  • Warm-water species found in shallow waters include perch Perca fluviatilis and roach Rutilus rutilus.

    Kvarken Archipelago High Coast, Finland and Sweden

  • [5880] Quam modo nascentem rutilus conspexit Eous,

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Some say the Roach is so called from rutilus, which they say signifies red fins.

    The Compleat Angler : or, The Contemplative Man`s Recreation

  • Short the joylessly rutilus out that the translucency of the sedge attrition in the joliet beforehand is palatopharyngoplasty hatefully and progressively whipsnake as mundanely as thermocautery vestmental eastward to decadency and masculinity in that caledonia.

    Rational Review

  • There is a high diversity of rodents including ground squirrels (Citellus rufescens, C. erythrogenus), hamster (Cricetus cricetus), jerboa (Allactaga saltator), voles (Microtus oeconomus, Clethrionomys rutilus), and steppe lemming (Eremiomys lagurus).

    Kazakh forest steppe

  • All the glories of an Italian spring are in the lines in which a little later he describes the joy of living when the year is young, and the wasting heat of summer is still far off, when it is sweet to be in the sun and watch the garden with its rainbow colours: nunc ver egelidum, nunc est mollissimus annus, dum Phoebus tener ac tenera decumbere in herba suadet et arguto fugientes gramine fontes nec rigidos potare iuvat nec sole tepentes, iamque Dionaeis redimitur floribus hortus, iam rosa mitescit Sarrano clarior ostro. nec tam nubifugo Borea Latonia Phoebe purpureo radiat vultu, nec Sirius ardor sic micat aut rutilus Pyrois aut ore corusco

    Post-Augustan Poetry From Seneca to Juvenal

  • quas pubescentis iuncta senecta premit. quam modo nascentem rutilus conspexit Eous,

    'Gather ye Rosebuds'

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