10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PHAEIC»
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A Red, Red Rose - Search for an Identity
My tired eyes can perceive only vague, phaeic shadows, but my mind sees an
aeon of wealth in the hidden domain of sound and colour. There is no bitterness,
only a whiff of sadness that I am so far divorced from the things I loved most—the
English Language Word Builder
... HYENIC LIMNIC NIOBIC PHAEIC RHIZIC THETIC URETIC HISPID SPRAID
DORMIE HEARIE REEKIE* COZILY GOOILY MATILY ROPILY WIRILY NELIES
SANIES VERMES SOBFUL EXUVIAI QUALIA AMINIC APNEIC DERMIC EXILIC ...
A Dictionary of Entomology
See Shape. PHAEIC Adj. (Greek, phaios I dusky.) Dusky. PHAEISM Noun. (Greek
, phaios I dusky + English, -ism I condition.) Duskiness; A duskiness in butterflies
occurring in a limited region. PHAGE See Bacteriophage. PHAGOCYTE Noun.
Central Actions of Angiotensin and Related Hormones
In some patients phaeic changes of plasma 08H occur after the cold pressure test
(22). while some groups have obtained good correlations between the enzyme
levels in plasma and blood pressure, other investigators could not confirm these
Joseph P. Buckley, Carlos M. Ferrario, Mustafa F. Lokhandwala, 1977
The Chambers Crossword Dictionary, 3rd edition
... brown,foggy, misty, murky,swart, tawny06 cloudy, gloomy,phaeic, swarth,
twilit07 shadowy,subfusc,subfusk, swarthy,umbrose09 tenebrous10fuliginous11
crepuscular,dark skinned12darkcoloured dust03ash,mop04bort, clay, coom,
culm, dirt, ...
Foyle's further philavery: a cornucopia of lexical delights
phaeic. adjective dusky. phantasmagoria. noun a fantastic dreamlike series of
illusive images or of real forms $»>This was the name given to a show of optical
illusions in 1802 and it comes from French phantasmagorie, which itself is from ...
Concise English Dictionary
phaeic je'ik, adj. dusky. — n. phaeism duskiness, incomplete melanism (in
butterflies). [Gr. phaios, dusky.] phaen(o)- je-n(o)- Now usu. phen(o)-. phaeton fd'(
i-)tn,n. an open four-wheeled carriage for one or two horses. [From the foregoing.]
The comparative structure and function of muscle
... e4 e Sre111e length (1rn) 1 9 12) e.1 1 1.1 Anirel and 11nle Deagenfly (
doeso1venteal Phaeic (nen1ee1ieateey) Tenic (ee1ieateey) Conkeoanh (1xa)
Phaeic Tenic Lebet1 Pheein Tonin re1clee) Fibre type A B C Sarcomere length (
nm) 4 5.
Bibliotheca Classica: or, a Classical Dictionary, on a plan ...
27), also of Phaeic'lma plied to females, or nouns feminine. Adj. lghm'ic'lus, at,
Phzeicus, a, um. Pluzficia tEIIis, the island Corfu ( Tibul. iv. 1. 78). Pluzdcw silvae
é'Prop. iii. 2. ll). Phieciisla'inus, a, um. lurcdsldmu déiu, a white-sandalled 0d.
John DYMOCK (and (Thomas)), Thomas DYMOCK, 1833
Annales Botanici Fennici
Var. merochlorophaea contains fumarprotocetraric, protocetraric, merochloro-
phaeic and 4-O-methylcryptochlorophaeic acids, and the substance Cph-2. Var.
merochlorophaea is rare in the study area, having been collected only once in