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A marked difference is noted in the size of the pinna of the ear in the various species.
He says that Tarentine muslins, woven from the filaments of the pinna dipped in the dye of the murex, rivalled those of Cos.
NEEDLEWORK AS ARTMARIAN ALFORD
The fronds commonly fruit very fully, even the lowest pinna bearing sporangia.
BEAUTIFUL FERNSDANIEL CADY EATON
The terminal pinna of the frond and the terminal segments of the pinnæ are considerably longer than the others.
BEAUTIFUL FERNSDANIEL CADY EATON
They are found in an oyster which is something like the pinna, only less.
There are also Panopæa intermedia, and in septaria Pinna affinis.
Penna denotes the whole, consisting of quill and feathers; pinna, the feather only, in opposition to the quill.
A fossil imperfectly described as differing from Pinna, in being inequivalve.
A CONCHOLOGICAL MANUALGEORGE BRETTINGHAM SOWERBY
A shell is said to be of a fibrous structure when a fracture would present a series of perpendicular fibres, as Pinna.
A CONCHOLOGICAL MANUALGEORGE BRETTINGHAM SOWERBY
A secondary pinna; one of the pinnately disposed divisions of a pinna.

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