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The Iulid are cylindrical insects and occur in moist places, as do most of the representatives of this subclass.
This limitation of parts places them in a higher rank than the corals of the first subclass.
THE SEA-BEACH AT EBB-TIDEAUGUSTA FOOTE ARNOLD
Yet arbitrary preference for classification in the headstock subclass may bep.
THE CLASSIFICATION OF PATENTSUNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
All subclasses indented under another subclass are species to the genus represented by the subclass under which they are indented.
THE CLASSIFICATION OF PATENTSUNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
Exhaustive division may be secured by maintaining always a residual or miscellaneous subclass.
THE CLASSIFICATION OF PATENTSUNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
If the cross-reference falls outside the class, the class number should be noted in addition to the subclass number.
THE CLASSIFICATION OF PATENTSUNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
Bring up sentences with twenty descriptive adjectives, having some of each subclass named in Sec.
AN ENGLISH GRAMMARW. M. BASKERVILL AND J. W. SEWELL
For this form a special subclass (or order) may be created which we may term Anarthrodira.
To be accepted "as the representative of the new subclass (or class) Cycliæ constituted for it by Professor Gill."
The latter group might, however, be retained as a subclass, and include the Heterostraci and Osteostraci as ordinal divisions.

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oligopolynoun | [ol-i-gop-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION