superficies

[ soo-per-fish-ee-eez, -fish-eez ]SEE DEFINITION OF superficies
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The valuation of his house at Rome (superficies aedium) was fixed at HS.

More than half of this superficies is comprised in the main island.

If A be really a proprium of superficies, it cannot be also proprium of body.

He feels hopelessly incidental to the superficies of the earth.

A superficies is that which professes to have principle, but has no consistency.

The superficies and upper parts of the earth are full of varieties.

First, that the Superficies be not disturbed with any wind, or other commotion of the air, or the like.

They deal with the substratum, not with the superficies; with the perpendicular aspect, not with the horizontal.

They therefore greatly exceed in superficies the mass of the European lands, estimated at about 490,000 square leagues.

That as is superficies non orbis Terr, so it was not a known personification at the time of Homer.

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