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- n. Plural form of viaticum.
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In an experiment with enhanced UV-B radiation levels (0.5 Watts/square meter (W/m2) in the 300 to 320 nanometer (nm) band for 12 to 14 hours per day, approximately equivalent to clear sky summer conditions in southern Norway) the unpigmented '' O. groenlandicus '' experienced 100% mortality within one week, while the heavily pigmented '' H. viatica '' was not affected.
Four species of Collembola on Svalbard were investigated by Leinaas  with respect to UV-B radiation tolerance: '' Hypogastrura viatica '', '' Folsomia sexoculata '', '' Onychiurus groenlandicus '', and '' O. arcticus ''.
The first three species coexist in wet shore habitats, with the very heavily pigmented '' H. viatica '' on the surface and '' F. sexoculata '', which as an adult is also very heavily pigmented, lower down.
Kendal, whither I had sent all my clothes and viatica; from thence to go to London, and to see whether or no I could arrange my pecuniary matters, so as leaving Mrs. Coleridge all that was necessary to her comforts, to go myself to Madeira, having a persuasion, strong as the life within me, that one winter spent in a really warm, genial climate, would completely restore me.
Bonum factum, vir tes multi. vacua igitar arx fortis. haec igitur tibi ha - est, praeter paucos iilos, bebas exercitationis tuae qui remansere, nihil metu - viatica: his instructus po - entesjudiciurn.
He alludes to the universal custom of giving friends a "coena viatica," or welcome entertainment, on arriving from off a journey.] [Footnote 3: _I've hardly any voice left_) -- Ver.