Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Plural of graphium.

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Examples

  • Adamnan, after Columba himself the brightest ornament of the School of Iona, in his "Life" of the founder, makes explicit references to the tabulae, waxen tablets for writing; to the pens and styles, graphia and calami, and to the ink-horn, cornicula atramenti, to be found in the scriptorium.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • The character given of hh Lordship by Dr. Kippis, in the Bio - graphia Britannia, is much less flattering than that of Mr. Hutchinson.

    Peerage of England, genealogical, biographical, and historical

  • Nam certe assiduis Lydi laudationibus locis - que ex illo transscriptis Lambecins animadver - siones in Codinnm suas refersit Paris. e typo - graphia Reg. i655.

    Joannis Laurentii Lydi Philadelpheni De magistratibus reipublicae Romanae ...

  • In Lesseri typo - graphia pro anno 1494 legitur 1490, qui menclosus annus repetitur in 3Met*

    Annales Hebraeo-typographici sec. XV

  • By the Baconian term experimentum crucis — a phrase he borrowed from Hooke's Micro - graphia (1665) — Newton means an experiment de - signed to decide between two alternative outcomes, in other words an experiment designed (like Hooke's

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • « The river of Lima, in the north of the River of Oblivion, the rirft ftrangen Portugal, faid to be the Lethe of the ancients, who vifited it, forgetting their native is thus mentioned by Cellarius in his Geo - country, and being willing to continue oo graphia Antiqua; "Fabulofus Oblivionis its banks.

    Almada hill: an epistle from Lisbon

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