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- n. Plural form of tholus.
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Intra tholi coiumnas exteriores lapideas» et toti - dem interiQres ex abiete tenues, lacus eft P.
The natives never bake cakes or bread for themfclvcs, but tholi; of their women who live among the Europcmi learn tu do both.
The words are these: — “It is said that in the island of Sardinia are edifices of the ancients, erected after the Greek manner, and many other beautiful buildings and _tholi_
(b) In examining the curiofities of the Tower of London, it will be proper to begin with tholi; «
/in, Adda, and Ogllo; and it has feveral lakes, the principal of which arc tholi: of Maggiore, Como, ard Lugano.
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