from The Century Dictionary.
- In an entomological manner; according to or in accordance with the science of entomology.
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- adverb In terms of
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As for the lepidopterist, I have an indistinct recollection that she once wrote to me of having made some highly interesting discoveries among her Franconia collections, -- several undescribed species, as well as I can now remember; but she added that it would be useless to go into particulars with a correspondent entomologically so ignorant.
Gentlemen and ladies who have cultivated an acquaintance with the Phcenician language are aware that Beelzebub, examined etymologically and entomologically, is nothing more nor less than Baalzebub, "the Jupiter-fly," an emblem of the Destroying Attribute, which attribute, indeed, is found in all the insect tribes more or less.
They are being sold as a limited-edition set or individually, for the less entomologically inclined.
Now 45, she has been doing detailed entomologically accurate drawings of snakes, bugs and spiders (mostly tarantulas) since she was a graduate student.
Says Hostetler of his mission to educate the entomologically challenged: "" If I had written a book called "North American Insects, 'I don't think many people would have picked it up.' '
Phoenician language are aware that Beelzebub, examined etymologically and entomologically, is nothing more nor less than Baalzebub, "the
"To say that Atmosphere's latest full-length starts out as a conventional hip-hop album might be taken as an insult by the entomologically named Minneapolis duo of Slug (Sean Daley) and Ant (Anthony Davis), whose music has always been more like psychoanalysis for the wounded B-boy.