from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or resembling the paniculus muscle.
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What I want to know is, who is at the back of them on this panicular occasion? "
Dr. Parfons, took panicular notice of two large groups of feathers that fall on the fides of the lower part of the back or rump, and fill up the Ipaces or gaps between the back and wings, when the wings are clofed; and having obferved the like feathers in Eagles to be raifed up at the pleafure of the bird, he examined thefe in the Bearded Vulture, and found them to be no part of the wing, but that they had their bottoms fixed
•\ij: l». iriv: cur boa: on board for a more panicular. ijjjur.: jr:: e ihip's condition; as it was loon fuf -
Thefe freehoMs being within ihi panicular jurifljic - tlon of the city, are exciudeJ from giving a vtote in the coumy of-Middlefex, and by aft of ParHament only liveVymen can vOte for the Reprefeniatives of "p City of London.
The speeches of Iohn Wilkes, one of the knights of the shire for the county of Middlesex, in the Parliament appointed to meet at Westminster the 29.th day of November 1774, to the prorogation the 6.th day of June 1777