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  • In addition to the knowledge he had acquired from reading such books as those by Swainson and Humboldt, also Lucien Bonaparte's "Conspectus," and several catalogues of insects and reptiles in the British Museum "giving a mass of facts" as to the distribution of animals over the whole world, and having by his own efforts accumulated a vast store of information and facts direct from nature while in South America and since coming out East, he arrived at the conclusion that this "mass of facts" had never been properly utilised as an indication of the way in which species had come into existence.

    Alfred Russel Wallace: Letters and Reminiscences, Vol. 1

  • But they have their secret language: Conspectus rerum Latinus, or "Latin News in Brief".

    Latin Popular in Finland | Impact Lab

  • Conspectus of the vascular plants of Madagascar: A taxonomic and conservation electronic database.

    Biological diversity in Madagascar and the Indian Ocean Islands

  • For Aristippus see above, p. 38; for the connection, boulomenos tous sunontas ophelein, between this and the preceeding chapter, see above, Conspectus, p. xxvi.

    Memorabilia

  • Conspectus Crustaceorum quae in orbis terrarum circumnavigatione, Carolo Wilkes e classe Reipublicae Faederatae duce, lexit et descripsit.

    Old citations

  • KRUKOFF, B.A. and BARNEBY, R.C. (1974) Conspectus of species of the genus Erythrina.

    Chapter 8

  • * [529] Conspectus ab utrâque acie aliquanto augustior humano visu, sicut cœlo missus piaculum omnis deorum iræ, qui pestam ab suis aversam in hostes ferret;

    A Brief Declaration and Vindication of The Doctrine of the Trinity

  • Conspectus ab utrâque acie aliquanto augustior humano visu, sicut cœlo missus piaculum omnis deorum iræ, qui pestam ab suis aversam in hostes ferret;” — “He was looked on by both armies as one more august than a man, as one sent from heaven, to be a piacular sacrifice, to appease the anger of the gods, and to transfer destruction from their own army to the enemies,” Liv.,

    A Brief Declaration and Vindication of The Doctrine of the Trinity

  • In addition to the knowledge he had acquired from reading such books as those by Swainson and Humboldt, also Lucien Bonaparte's “Conspectus,” and several catalogues of insects and reptiles in the British Museum

    Alfred Russel Wallace Letters and Reminiscences

  • Franciscan missions of the archdiocese, cf. FERNANDEZ, Conspectus omnium missionum Ordinis Fratrum Minorum (Quaracchi, 1905), 173-88; also CARDUS, Las misiones Franciscanas entre los infideles de Bolivia

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

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