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CORD, measures. A cord of wood must, when the wood is piled close, measure eight feet by four, and the wood must be four feet long. There are various local regulations in our principal cities as to the manner in which wood shall be measured and sold.

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Funicle segments longer than wide; F1 the longest funicle segment, F2 to F6 more or less subequal in length, just slightly shorter than F1; F1 with 1 or 2, F2, F3, and F4 each with 2 or 3, F5 with 3, and F6 with 3 or 4 short mps.
10); and a clade containing several species of Aristolochia plus Euglypha plus Holostylis and defined by concave-convex seeds (66) with a massive funicle (70).
The seeds of the species analyzed in this study belong to the type I (CORNER, 1976), which is characterized by the "vascular supply as a single bundle extending round the seed from the funicle more or less to the micropyle".
1) with scape minus short radicle about 4.6x as long as wide and almost smooth; funicle (excluding 4 anelli, second anellus very short) 3-segmented, F1 the longest funicle segment, slightly longer than pedicel, F2 about as long as F3; clava 2-segmented, apical claval segment with a spicula and about 1.8x length of basal claval segment; funicle and claval segments with long hairs and each with at least 2 hair-like longitudinal sensilla.
Head with frontovertex broad; Antenna with third segment of funicle usually slightly longer than broad; clava about as long as pedicel and funicle combined.
2); scape slightly shorter than funicle and at most reaching eye, funiculus with seven segments, antennal club compact and only one segmented (Figs.
The antenna of the EGW adult female had 9 segments and it had a light brown color; the number of flagellomeres in the anellus, funicle and clava were 1, 3 and 3, respectively; the scape presented a slightly flattened column; the length of pedicel was 2 to 2.5 times its width; the funicular segments were equal in length and width; the 3rd clava was thicker than the funicle, with the length being equal to the sum of the 2nd and 3rd funicles; the length and width of the 1st claval segment were equal; the transverse section of the 2nd claval segment was wider than the longitudinal section; the 3rd claval segment was contracted into a circular cone and a bent chaetica sensillum was located at its tip (Fig.