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- adjective Referable.
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According to the first, the roU containing the 8 H. 6. has a general preface, which mentions the assent of the commons, in terms referrible to all the chapters of that year.
Of course if they be opposed, the perianth will be referrible to a calyx if not to a corolla.
PROVIDE'NTIAL, _a. _ effected by Providence; referrible to Providence
The cases referrible to this head may be ranged under two sections according as the increase is due to plurality of ordinarily single organs, or to an increase in the number of verticils or whorls.
The cause of the dilatoriness was less referrible to the tribunes than to the senate, who, because word was brought that they were holding out with the most vigorous resistance, did not duly reflect that there is a limit to human strength, which no bravery can exceed.
Rhus Bucki-Amelam is common here, an Oxalis occurs in very shady places with fleshy leaves, it is so large that it is scarcely referrible to O. corniculata.
As it is in a general sense only, that diction can be understood to be referrible to three classes, so also, in a general sense only, can it be understood that any particular sentence or passage has its appropriate vocal expression.
There, directly under the bridge, was the merchant's house, a mass of grey stone, unhewn, referrible to no style, looking, as the voyager had described it, like a buttress of the wall against which it leaned.
Now this general view of a necessary taking away, or spiritual extirpation, of which we are admonished by the scriptures under these various forms, is referrible, I conceive, to two great laws, or causes.
And, in 1811, M. Poisson applied Laplace's artifices to the case of two spheres acting upon one another in contact, a case to which many of Coulomb's experiments were referrible; and the agreement of the results of theory and observation, thus extricated from