monograph

[ mon-uh-graf, -grahf ]SEE DEFINITION OF monograph

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Stemonitis dictyospora of Rostafinski's monograph, with spores 12 mic.

It is Craterium cylindricum of Massee's monograph, according to Lister.

Sherlock Holmes would certainly have considered it worthy of a monograph.

It is really a monograph on magnetism written in the thirteenth century.

Perhaps some one of my young readers may become the author of that monograph?

Then you're not going to write a monograph on the real nature of termites, as you'd planned?

If there be any monograph Life of Gibbons, it can scarcely fail to be found there.

Mr. Seibel has published a monograph on "The Mormon Problem."

So far as I know, there is no monograph on the subject, or there was none at the time.

A Monograph of the sub-class Cirripedia, with figures of all the species.

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