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The walnut husk maggot, Rhagoletis suavis (Loew), is considered a minor pest of black walnut (Brooks 1921).
Suavis laborem memoria: Church, Papacy, Roman Curia between History and Theology, Essays in honor of Marcel Chappin (Vatican City: Archivio Segreto Vaticano, 2013), pp.
lutrensis inhabiting Gulf Slope drainages, most likely Cyprinella suavis (Schonhuth and Mayden, 2010).
46: haec quae sunt minima tamen bona dicantur necesse est: candiduli dentes, color suavis et quae Anticlea Ulyssi pedes abluens, 'lenitudo orationis, mollitudo corporis'; ea si bona ducemus, quid erit in philosophi gravitate quam in vulgi opinione stultorumque turba quod dicatur aut gravius aut grandius?
Thomas's lines in their original Latin, "Gratias tibi ago," appear as the third portion in a longer prayer in honor of the Eucharist, titled "O quam suavis est, Domine, spiritus tuns," from which Messiaen also took the text for his 1937 motet O sacrum convivim.
Alta ut in sublimi sufliciat, clara ut aures impleat, fortis ne trepidet aut deficiat, suavis sive dulcis ut auditum non deterreat, sed potius ut aures demulceat et audiencium animos blandiendo ad se alliciat et convertat" (De proprietatibus rerum, 1254).
La mestizia: "Unde igitur suavis fructus de amaritudine vitae carpitur gemere et flere et suspirare et conquer?
Et quantum ad hanc, non licet dubitare nec probare utrum Dei voluntas sit bona, vel utrum Deus sit suavis.
A cool windowsill or conservatory is the ideal place to raise the more delicate frost-sensitive parma violets or Viola suavis.
In 1604, a fifteen-voice setting of Psalm 147 saluted Johann Georg of Saxony at his wedding, whereas in 1583 a run-of-the-mill Nuremberg burgher's marriage earned only a six-voice piece (Quis tua, suavis Amor).