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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • The sexual organs.

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Examples

  • On stylistic grounds the anonymously transmitted paraphrases of the Categories, the Prior Analytics, the Sophistici elenchi, and the Parva naturalia edited in CAG 23 and 5 may also be attributed to Sophonias.

    Byzantine Philosophy

  • It seems that Albert has abandoned the position that even naturalia require divine illumination.

    Albert the Great

  • On the senses and their objects (the last six being included in the so-called Parva naturalia).

    Aristotle's Biology

  • Grote steen! said Mijnheer Ton Luyk, who noted how the diamond belonged with both the naturalia and the artificialia for it was both a work of nature and the work of man.

    THE DIAMOND

  • Alia generat homines paruæ saturæ cum oris foramine sic paruo, vt per fistulas alimentum, et potum sumant, et quoniam carent lingua et dentibus, monstrant per naturalia signa conceptus.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Alia generat homines paru� satur� cum oris foramine sic paruo, vt per fistulas alimentum, et potum sumant, et quoniam carent lingua et dentibus, monstrant per naturalia signa conceptus.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Such naturalia not only verified myth but gave the local residents a claim on the miracle.

    Looking for the Lost Greeks

  • Whatever the strength or weakness of Boardman's particular hunches, he certainly makes one aware of two things: the need of the Greeks to seek every way of connecting with their heroic but largely vanished past, and the obvious recourse that would have been offered them by physical realia (objects from everyday life), naturalia (objects from the natural world), and artificia (art objects and technological artifacts) surviving from that past.

    Looking for the Lost Greeks

  • In case of natural signs (signa naturalia) as well as

    Medieval Semiotics

  • [4239] The Latin is "per naturalia," which words, according to Harvey, correspond to di emmenorrhoias.

    ANF01. The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus

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