mediocris

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Nuntiantis legatos decretam ei publice non mediocris summae statuam colosseam, iussit vel continuo ponere, cavam manum ostentans et paratam basim dicens.
Caption: Tower-1 "Cherub Hovering" Cumulus Mediocris amid the Stratiform and Cirrus, 7.24.11
16), Ibn Ezra as "a man of very liberal disposition and no mean erudition" (liberioris ingenii vir et non mediocris eruditionis) (TPT 8.1.7), and approvingly quotes Hasdai Crescas (Letter 12 to Ludwig Meyer).
The people who concern themselves with such things divide them into humilis, mediocris, and congestus formations--these are known as "species" of Cumulus.
Encaminado en el mismo molde de las octavas empleado por Jauregui, el poema amparado por el padre de Montalban en su papel de librero reducia la sublimidad del metro epico por excelencia y lo situaba en un registro mas propio del mediocris stilus al impregnarlo del defendido ideal de llaneza identificado como connatural a la lengua castellana, respecto al que el inicial modelo gongorino y la entendida como imitacion por Jauregui representaba una traicion, maxime tras las iniciales posiciones esteticas del sevillano.
Elopidae 180 XXVI(2) smithi Esox affinis* Esox niger Esocidae 198 XXVII(1) Esox ravenelii* Esox americanus Esocidae 201 XXVII(2) Trachinotus Trachinotus goodei Carangidae 192 XXVIII(1) glaucus* Huenudon ?Haemdon striatum Haemulidae 195 XXVIII(2) quadrilineatum* Not in text Alosa mediocris Clupeidae XXIX(1) Not in text AIosa sapidissima Clupeidae XXX(2) Not in text Brevoortia lyrannus Clupeidae XXX(1) Not in text Dorosoma cepedianum Clupeidae XXX(2) *Plate number in text does not agree with number on plate.
Abstract--Our study goal was to characterize the demographics of the population of Hickory Shad (Alosa mediocris) in the Albemarle Sound-Roanoke River watershed during a period of population increase and to assess its susceptibility to harvest.
The species belonging to the early successional functional group include Castanopsis fissa (Fagaceae), Schima superba (Theaceae), and Evodia glabrifolia (Rutaceae), while those belonging to the late successional group include Michelia mediocris (Magnoliaceae), Alseodaphne hainanensis (Lauraceae), and Beilschmiedia laevis (Lauraceae).
It is without a doubt that the mass was perceived already as an independent genre since at least the authoritative testimony of Johannes Tinctoris who, in his Terminorum musicae diffinitorium, conceived around 1472-74 although published twenty years later, classifies it as cantus magnus in contradistinction to the cantus mediocris of the motet and the canto parous of the chanson, as Kirkman shows in chapter 2 ("Contemporary Witnesses").
Although Frye cogently identified and critiqued a long-standing idea that the Canadian identity might be understood as some sort of "via media, or via mediocris" (cw 12:344) between American and British identity, a view he traced back to Thomas Haliburton, his own writings on Canadian national identity continued to define it in terms of its differences from these and other national identities.
37: 559, 2005 (accepted name: Michelia mediocris Dandy, J.
Familia Especie Parte Fin consumida lluvias Acanthaceae Mendoncia odorata fruto Amaranthaceae Chamissoa altissima flor Annonaceae Oxandra mediocris fruto Araceae Monstera sp.