anxius

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Determination of larval instars of the bronze birch borer, Agrilus anxius (Coleoptera: Buprestidae).
Esta ausencia, como a cualquier amante elegiaco, le provoca inquietud, cura, suspesus, anxius, sollicitudo, y se imagina los peligros que acechan a su amada esposa (imaginor omnia; ea maxime mihi quae maxime abominor fingo), provocando en el tal anoranza, desiderarem, que le produce un sufrimiento al que se anade el temor al engano y a la perdida de la amada (exterrere, uereri, metuere, timor, timere).
It would have been a form of anxiety (etymologically, anxius, "solicitous"), which is a manifestation of concern or care, that is, a form of anxiety that did not flee to take shelter under the "safety" of fear and then mitigate that fear through acts of violence.
Studies of the bronze birch borer, Agrilus anxius Gory, in New Brunswick.
LEXICOGRAFIA--No latim tardio criou-se verbosari ou verbosare derivado de verbosus da mesma maneira que anxiari o e de anxius, e iucundari de iucundus.
Vir prudens utique rerum salutarium, ac divini iuris consultus, de sua salute propinquorumque et sociorum anxius, tum appulsus in patriam suavissimi cupidissimus.
anxius alioquin et nimis cupidus cognoscendi quae rara miraque sunt, .
El contexto latino es el siguiente: duas tantum res anxius optat, pariera et circenses.
It is true that the inversion formula does not appear in the equivalent position in the De Casibus account, but we only have to wait a few lines for further discussion of Agamemnon's homecoming, and there, in front of our eyes, we find: 'Micenas pervenit, anxius, ex victore victus, et deiectus ex triunphante, ubi festos quos speraverat dies miser vertit in lacrimas' (I.
Ego cum cupidis stringo tua colla lacertis, Lux mea, basiolis immoriorque tuis, Anxius exquira[m] quid de me quisq[ue] loquatur?
fumipennis has been successful in detecting Agrilus anxius Gory, which had not previously been reported in North Carolina (Swink et al.