from The Century Dictionary.
- Regular sea-urchins, with biserial ambulacral plates, centric mouth, and aboral anus interior. Also called
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun plural (Zoöl.) A division of Echini which includes the circular, or regular, sea urchins.
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Cistercian arrangement, with the cloister south of the church, and grouped round it the chapter-house, calefactory, refectory, and other loca regularia.
Latin; the African bishop Junilius (died about 552), who belongs to the school of Nisibis, and whose "Instituta regularia divinæ legis" resembles most a Biblical introduction in the modern sense of the expression; lastly, St. Isidore of Seville (died 636), whose
LVI, 431), and Junilius Africanus ( "Instit. regularia", lib.