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- n. Plural form of cerite.
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Among the molluscs and zoophytes, I found in the meshes of the net several species of alcyonarians, echini, hammers, spurs, dials, cerites, and hyalleae.
* (* I saw neither gryphites nor ammonites of Jura limestone nor the nummulites and cerites of coarse limestone.)
Quam legem ne vllo modo chri - ftiani hoirilnes ex oculis dimltterent, angell etlarii, fi eui In confpectum fe darent diulnltus mlfli, vs - que adeo diligenter cautum voluerunt, vt rie eum quidera honorem fibi paterentur praeberi, queni non erat, cur ex ipfis homlrilbus vel domini vel dlgnltate quadam confplcul repudiarent, Deo dl - cerites, non fibl, praebendum eum efle Apoc.
[* I saw neither gryphites nor ammonites of Jura limestone nor the nummulites and cerites of coarse limestone.] [* The western part of the island has no deep ravines; and we recognize this alternation in travelling from the Havannah to Batabano, the deepest beds (inclined from 30 to 40° north-east) appear as we advance.] [* Sandstone and ferruginous sand; iron-sand?] [* M. Moreau de Jonnes has well distinguished, in his