10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CRISPATURE»
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Curtis's Botanical Magazine Or Flower-garden Displayed
brought thereby to a crispature, they reserve it as a biscuit, and say it will bear
long keeping when so prepared. Eaten ripe, it is delicious to the palate ; and
when mixed with lime or orange juice, it makes a grateful tart not unlike to apple
William Curtis, John Sims, 1828
Curtis's Botanical Magazine
The present species varies greatly in number of branches, thickness and height
of stem, breadth and even crispature of leaves; also, with white and plain blue
flowers. The white variety we have never seen, but know it to be in the collection
The Edinburgh Encyclopaedia
Arrisjn describes the natives of the south of India as similar to the Ethiopians in
the blackness of their nomplexion and ha“ir,:but without their crispature and form
of nose; and he adds, the Indians who live nearer the north ar liker the Egyptians.
Curtis's Botanical Magazine, Or, Flower-garden Displayed: In ...
We can perceive no disserence between this and Ixia cinnamomea, except in the
remarkable crispature os the leaves and more numerous smaller flowers os the
latter : — may these distinctions be lost by culture? The sormer was sound by ...
The Edinburgh encyclopædia conducted by David Brewster, with ...
Herodotus informs us, that, in his time, they were distinguished by the blackness
of their complexion, and the crispature of their hair; and that, from these
circumstances, the Egyptians regarded them as the descendants of part of the
troops of ...
Rhododendron longesquamatum Schn. 'Changlin Dujuan' Evergreen shrub, 2—
5 meters high; branchlets stout, at first hairy, the hairs rusty yellow, thick,
crispature and branching. Leaves leathery, oblong to oblong-obovate or oblong-
Encyclopædia Americana: a popular dictionary of arts, ...
... the upper part of his neck down to his knees, he was completely dappled ; his
hair was also changed, but not to the same degree, since, though some parts of it
were white, in general it retained the black color and crispature of the negro.
Francis Lieber, Edward Wigglesworth, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford, 1840
A Dictionary of the English and Russian Languages:
Kynpf'inxa, (fríiíllaría ímperialís)crownimperial,chequered tulip. Kygipíißo, ad. in
curls, in flourishes, in scrawls, lloridly. Kygipíißoc'ris,f. curliness, curling,
crispature; ciirly-headeiliiess, sliagginess, bushiness; supe rlluous
On the contrary, large Draughts os cold Water, and cold Epithem, at least bathing
in Water lukewarm,b relaxing the corrugated Fibres. and taking offy their
Crispature, allays the Disorder and quiets the Tumult; and thus in like manner
have I ...
The Antient Physician's Legacy, Impartially Surveyd. With a ...
On the other'hand, there are tho/2' under such a State as well of the Solids as
Fluicis, that you may lcill them before you ean purge them, especially with strong
Catharticks, whose Stimuli encreasing the Crispature of the Fibres, will sooner ...