from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In anatomy, a kind of suture between two immovable bones which are apposed and fitted to each other by a border or narrow surface plane and smooth or nearly so, as that between opposite maxillary or palatal bones. The name is applicable both to the mode of suturing and to the suture thus made. Also called
- noun [capitalized] In entomology, a genus of ladybirds, of the family Coccinellidæ, containing such as H. picta.
- noun [cap.] A genus of crustaceans.
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- proper noun The ancient Greek goddess of
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 There was published at the University Press in 1805, a handsome quarto volume (pp. 216) entitled Harmonia quatuor Evangeliorum juxta
I caught a taxi to Ipanema and my hostel, Harmonia, which is nestled in a secure alley lined with hostels.
The darker skin I am wearing is called Harmonia skin and was a past lucky chair gift from
"Harmonia," a periodical devoted to catholic interests.
"Harmonia" is supported chiefly by a subsidy from Rome.
He brought these things, with his own score of his music, in a purple cloth bag which Ortensia had worked for him, and she had embroidered a lyre on it in silver thread, with the word 'Harmonia' in cursive letters for a motto.
Lopatin's sound owes a lot to Kosmische acts such as Harmonia and Roedelius, and also bears comparison with Boards of Canada.
Shikata's whole new album is fucking amazing - I mean I was expecting greatness basing on her work so far, but "Harmonia" went beyond what I imagined.
I can't imagine dumping my Gyorgi Ligeti requiem, Japanese pressing of The Sky's Gone Out or any Harmonia Mundi - just because I bought it 20 years ago.
For now she lived, but Harmonia knew what was to come.