from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In Illiger's classification of mammals (1811), the eleventh order, containing flying quadrupeds in two families, Dermoptera and Chiroptera, or the so-called flying-lemurs and the bats—thus an artificial group, now abolished.
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John Tetzel's productions against the arch-reformer are called by Echard scattered pages (folia volitantia), and Mazzolini stands forth as the first champion of Roman Pontiffs against Luther.
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