Then there were Lucilius, and Catullus, and Naso, and Quintus Flaccus, - dear Quinty
Naso, to my astonishment, was Nicander in disguise.
It is true that Homerus begged through the Greek towns, and that Naso
died in exile among the Muscovites.
has a somewhat unusual job: He is an artistic director for the Paris Metro.
will explain how cells are extremely dynamic entities, with many activities on-going at the same time that define the homeostatic cellular state.
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The specific name naso
is a noun derived from the Latin word nasus (nose) and the Roman personal name Naso
, emphasizing the nose-like prostomium of this worm.
3-km highway, which would entail deforestation of a 5-meter-wide area of the Palo Seco forest, as well as an 18-hectare reservoir on the Bonyic River, an important water source for the region's Naso
Gli occhiali sulla punta del naso
, le orecchie "che parevano due vele spiegate," il naso
paonazzo e, sia d'inverno che d'estate, il cappello da marinaio calcato sulle ventitre.
, one of Staten Island's prominent builders, said that while the market has slowed, it isn't dead.
of Tasmania) examines the relationship between the surviving poems--particularly the erotic works--attributed to Publius Ovidius Naso
(43 BC-18 AD), and the political ideology that his contemporary Augustus developed and promoted as a means of justifying his unprecedented position of virtually unchallenged power as Rome's first emperor.
, Rosenberg, Stein & Kessler, all clinical psychologists, signed a 10-year lease for 2,100 s/f at 2777 Summer Street, Stamford.