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  • feretory
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Arca, a genus of bivalve molluscs, family Arcad, whose shells are known as ark-shells.
THE NEW GRESHAM ENCYCLOPEDIA. VOL. 1 PART 2VARIOUS
Cui stragula vestis,Blattarum ac tinearum epul,Putrescit in arca.
THE INSECT WORLDLOUIS FIGUIER
Among the reliquary chests, the oldest specimen extant in Spain is the arca santa of Oviedo cathedral.
THE ARTS AND CRAFTS OF OLDER SPAIN, VOLUME II (OF 3)LEONARD WILLIAMS
From the deep water I fished up some coral, and attached to one fragment was a new species of arca.
NARRATIVE OF THE SURVEYING VOYAGES OF HIS MAJESTY'S SHIPS ADVENTURE AND BEAGLE, BETWEEN THE YEARS 1826 AND 1836ROBERT FITZROY
Through his officials he took part in the levy of the tax, and had a special State-chest (arca praetoria) for the proceeds.
THE LETTERS OF CASSIODORUSCASSIODORUS (AKA MAGNUS AURELIUS CASSIODORUS SENATOR)
The strong box of the master of the house, arca, often stood in the atrium, usually against one of the side walls.
POMPEII, ITS LIFE AND ARTAUGUST MAU
We learn from Mr. Man that the only implements employed are, an Arca shell, a short pointed stick, and a board.
THE SOLOMON ISLANDS AND THEIR NATIVESH. B. (HENRY BROUGHAM) GUPPY
The cedar wood arca in which they are kept is of Byzantine workmanship.
CATHEDRAL CITIES OF SPAINWILLIAM WIEHE COLLINS
Those of Arca (i, k in fig. 9) show this relation to the mouth (a).
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 16, SLICE 1VARIOUS
Through the central arch the arca and a little cross are seen.
THE SHORES OF THE ADRIATICF. HAMILTON JACKSON
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO ARCA

  • arca
  • feretory
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