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Most specific common names such as 'Green-headed ant mimic' (Poecilipta kohouti) do not appear in the main index, which seems contrary to the aim of writing a non-technical, practical field guide; however, spiders named to genus level only (e.
When it comes to 'violence against the person' (excluding homicide), the most common name was David, followed by Paul, Daniel, James, Mohammed, Christopher, Michael, Andrew, Mark and John.
Despite the fact that Noah has been the most common name in Israel for the past 16 years, there are also many cities throughout the country in which the most common name is different.
Each entry consists of the species' common name, its scientific name, its approximate size, a verbal description of its appearance and characteristic habits, and a brief summary of where it can be found during what seasons of the year; yet by far the most valuable identifier are the illustrations, almost all of which are in full color.
Featuring a "user friendly" and alphabetically organized listing of diverse fish, seaweed and invertebrate aquatic life, Marine Life Of The Pacific Northwest offers a comprehensive compendium of more than 1,400 saltwater plants and animals, and includes a quick reference usability with guide, maps, glossary, index, and color-coded pages for easy information access and identification, as well as entries that include the common name, scientific name, size, range, depth, description, picture, description and comments, and more.
The book includes a fact file chart (Latin name, common name and location for over 80 different cetaceans), an index and a few suggestions for further reading.
The most common name in the UK is John, which occurs at least twice as often as any other name except from Margaret and David.
Mold is a common name for what scientists call fungi.
Therefore, the common name written in Roman characters will most often be used; the species name, in italics, will appear only once for the purpose of taxonomic placement of the virus being discussed.
Its name change is part of major corporate rebranding of its international Danish owner BHJ to unite all its companies under one common name.
Eucharist" is today--and it is entirely right that it be so--the most common name for the Sacrament of the Body and Blood of Christ, which the Lord instituted on the night before his Passion.
Similarly, Baum (1999) reported that a component nursing home that shared a common name with 50 percent of the other homes in its chain was 80 percent less likely to fail than a comparable component that did not share a common name with any other member of its chain.