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- n. Plural form of valva.
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Ipse, literally _self_, acquires its special force from the context; as, -- eō ipsō diē, _on that very day_; ad ipsam rīpam, _close to the bank_; ipsō terrōre, _by mere fright_; valvae sē ipsae aperuērunt, _the doors opened of their own accord_; ipse aderat, _he was present in person_.
He was not much acquainted with valves of any sort, but he knew that valvae were folding-doors, and through this crevice came a sudden light startling him with his first vivid notion of finely adjusted mechanism in the human frame.
Stijgma I. Capfula longa corniculata concorta i-locularis 4 - valvis; valvae feminibus emiffis contorta».
Hahiiat frcqueai iit mari meiliterraneo, maxiMae tejlae Jiilcii traiitverjim Jiriatis, valvae fiiperiorii radiit rclundatit, uan longitudinaiiter, ftd tra firiath, aurituVuiaeviJpntis.
§ 249. ipso terrore, _B. G._ iv, 33, 1. valvae se, _Div. _ i, 74.
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