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--Venient annis Saecula seris, quibus Oceanus Vincula rerum laxet, et ingens Pateat Tellus, Tiphysque novos Detegat orbes; nec sit terris Ultima Thule:
They fancy some foul, obscure den, some horrible Tartarus "informis, ingens, cui lumen ademptum." But no, innocent friend; in these days men have learned the art of sinning expertly and genteelly, so as not to shock the eyes and senses of respectable society.
'Cras ingens iterabimus aequor,' and a few shreds of that sort, will perhaps stick to me, and I shall arrange my opinions so as to introduce them.
'Nunc vino pellite curas, Cras ingens iterabimus aequor,'" and the Bacchanalian, quoting the above with a House of Commons air, tossed off nearly a thimbleful of wine with an immense flourish of his glass.
Actually, euphorbia Ingens and Agave Americana are succulents, experts point out - but laymen will know them as the towering cacti seen in Wild West movies.
Isolation of associated bacteria: A total of 125 bacterial colonies were isolated and purified, 94 were isolated from mangrove and Ulva lactuca Linnaeus, 1753, three from the sponge Aplysina gerardogreeni Gomez & Bakus, 1992 and 28 from the seahorse Hippocampus ingens Girard, 1858.
En relacion con las especies americanas, se piensa que Hippocampus ingens (Girard, 1858) e Hippocampus reidi (Ginsburg, 1933), especies del Pacifico y Atlantico, respectivamente, divergieron de un ancestro comun con la emersion del Istmo de Panama, que data de entre 4,5 y 3,1 millones de anos.
The giant kangaroo rat (Dipodomys ingens) is listed both federally and in the state of California as an endangered species and has been since the 1980s, making its conservation of the utmost importance.
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Catching of the male deep-sea squid, of the species Onykia ingens, has revealed the answer.
Unexpected finding of diclidurus ingens, hernandez-camacho, 1955 (chiroptera, emballonuridae), in the Colombian biogeographic choco.
The aim of this study is to establish whether the diet is broadly similar between the two, or whether Parapapio jonesi from Sterkfontein (n = 8) and Swartkrans (n = 4) are actually more similar to their counterparts at Sterkfontein (Parapapio broomi, n = 7) and Swartkrans (Dinopithecus ingens, n = 7) respectively.