immunis

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communis, alienus, immunis, variis casibus serviunt
Alterius enim conditionis erat natura humana in aliis hominibus, alterius in Christo; in aliis enim erat peccatrix, in Christo erat immunis ab omni culpa.
In Santos, Sao Paulo, Brazil Ruiz (1953) described the Cercaria amplicocecata from Australorbis immunis (= B.
Nam cum unaquaeque res ex hoc ipso vim intellectivam habeat, quod est a materia immunis, oportet illa esse maxime intelligibilia, quae sunt maxime a materia separata.
Temperature selection and activity in the crayfish, Orconectes immunis.
A few deceased crayfish from unknown causes were also found at the Wilder Tract of the Emiquon National Wildlife Refuge and these specimens were identified as Orconectes immunis.
The biology of most of the anacharitines remains unknown, although the aphidfeeding larvae of Hemerobidae (Neuroptera) have been described as the hosts of Solenofigites lautus Diaz, 1979 (Diaz 1979), Anacharis australiensis Ashmead, 1901 and Xyalaspis victoriensis (New 1979), Anacharis immunis (Walker, 1835) (Kyerich 1984), Aegilips atricornis Fergusson, 1985, A.
Species of Crayfish That Have Been Collected From Nebraska Common Name Scientific Name Ringed crayfish Orconectes neglectus neglectus Northern or virile crayfish Orconectes virilis Papershell or calico crayfish Orconectes immunis Devil crayfish Cambarus diogenes Grassland or prairie crayfish Procambarus gracilis Rusty crayfish (non-native) Orconectes rusticus
40) Multiformis ergo est ratio somniorum, siquidem sunt quae velut percussa gravius verberataque mente vestigiis doloris penitus insignitis per quietem refovent imagines praeteritae consternationis, sunt item quae iuxta cogitationes rationabilis animae partis vel purae atque immunis a perturbatione vel in passionibus positae oboriuntur, nihiloque minus quae divinis potestatibus consulentibus praemonstrantur vel etiam poenae loco ob delictum aliquod formata in atrocem et horridam faciem (Comm.
To be immune (from the Latin immunis, meaning free or exempt) is to be protected from infectious diseases by either specific or nonspecific mechanisms.
theaphionensis new species: Cambarus (Erebicambarus) tenebrosus Hay 1902 (formerly Cambarus (Erebicambarus) laevis Faxon 1914); and Orconectes (Trisellescens) immunis (Hagen 1870); Cambarus (Lacunicambarus) sp.