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CORN. In its most comprehensive sense, this term signifies every sort of grain, as well as peas and beans, this is its meaning in the memorandum usually contained in policies of insurance. But it does not include rice. 1 Park. Ins. 112; Marsh. Ins. 223, note; Stev. on Av. part 4, art. 2; Ben. on Av. eh. 10; 1 Marsh. Ins. 223; Park on Ins. 112; Wesk. Ins. 145. Vide Com. Dig. Biens, G 1.

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Hemelytron narrowed at level of scutellum, widened at level of cuneal fracture, clavus and basal two thirds of corium covered with scalelike setae, cuneus slightly longer than wide in males; membrane biareolate, fully macropterous in males, submacropterous with membrane slightly shortened in females.
30; similar to male in general structure and coloration, with following exceptions: head dark brown, with lateral margins of vertex bordering inner margins of eyes narrowly dark yellow; pronotum dark blackish brown, with posterior margins of calli broadly dark yellow; hemelytra with clavus dark brown, central corium broadly dark red, anterior angles of corium translucent yellow, basal half of cuneus red, posterior half of cuneus creamy white: wing membrane fumate brown, veins dark brown surrounding inner cell, bright red surrounding outer cell (Fig.
Bezy estudio en detalle la reproduccion sexual del coral Pavona clavus entre el 2004 y 2005, uno de los principales constructores de arrecifes coralinos en Bahia Culebra (Bezy 2009, Bezy et al.
pulchella 1 0 0 Craterium leucocephalum (2) 2 0 2 Cribaria cancellata 0 0 4 Cribraria microcarpa 1 0 0 Cribraria violacea 1 0 0 Dictydiaethalium plumbeum 3 4 0 Diderma chondrioderma (2) 1 0 0 Diderma hemisphericum 0 1 0 Diderma spumarioides (2) 1 0 0 Didymium clavus (1) 1 0 0 Didymium iridis 1 0 0 Didymium cf.
This is a pun as elaborate as the work itself: a claviger is the bearer of a clava (a cudgel, like Hercules'), or of a clavis (a key, like that of Janus, god of doors), or of a clavus (a nail, like Jael's in the Bible, which she drove into the head of the tyrant Sisera).
In addition to the combination of the sea of love with the clavus Cupidinis and the play on the amatory sense of aestus, this is the first instance we possess of the lover trying to escape from and being driven back into port, the harbour-dues and the harbour-master.
Forewing long and narrow, clavus with continuous vitta parallel to suture.
The body including antennal segments except 3rd, 4th and distal most part of fifth, labium excluding 4th segment, entire pronotum, scutellum except basal portion, corium and clavus, connexiva excluding basal and distal portion of each connexivum adjacent to their joints, venter of abdomen, legs excluding distal portion of tibiae and claws, yellowish ochraceous, thickly punctate with brown, eyes and membrane of hemelytra light brown; ocelli pale ochraceous, basal portion of scutellum and veins of membrane of hemelytra black; 3rd antennal segment with brownish tinge, 4th fully and distal most part of 5th antennal segments, basal portion of each connexivum adjacent to their joints, distal portion of tibiae and tarsi and claws are brownish black with reddish tinge.
karimii Poisson 12 Thick setae scattered sparsely on scutellum and hemelytra, including on clavus, embolium, corium, and membrane (Fig.
Tegmina hyaline, fuscous along veins, infuscate area between Cu vein and claval suture, on M1, M2 and M 3+4 veins, last two apical cells, and apex of clavus (Fig.
Hemelytron: complete, clavus reaching to tip of scutellum, corium developed, membrane large, without veins (Fig.