Synonyms for paulum or Related words with paulum

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Examples of "paulum"
Disca paulum is a moth of the Micronoctuidae family. It is known from mid-western Thailand.
Altagonum paulum is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Carabinae. It was described by Darlington in 1970. The species is only found in Micronesia.
"Epístola ad SS. Dom. Nost. Paulum III Pontificem Maximum in Gratiam Indorum. Ilustratio omnium operum Divi Augustini, Notis marginalibus a se ipso factis".
The earliest surviving reference to the church is in a document of 1181, as “St Mary Magdalen”. Other medieval records refer to the church as “St. Marie Magdal in Piscaria apud sanctum Paulum”, "St. Marie Magdal parish at the Fishmarket”, "St. Marie Magdalen Eldefisshestrete" and “St. Mary Magdalen at Lamberdyshel”.
The book's full title is "De Christiana expeditione apud sinas suscepta ab Societate Jesu. Ex P. Matthaei Riccii eiusdem Societatis commentariis Libri V: Ad S.D.N. Paulum V. In Quibus Sinensis Regni mores, leges, atque instituta, & novae illius Ecclesiae difficillima primordia accurate & summa fide describuntur"
"Folia mediocria" sessilia, lamina lineari-lanceolata, nervis longitudinalibus utrinque 0-1, raro 2, basi lata semiamplexicauli ; "ascidia rosularum" ignota ; "ascidia inferiora" parte inferiore anguste ovata, medio angustata, os versus infundibuliformia, alis 2 fimbriatis, peristomio operculum versus acuto, cylindrico, 1/2-1 mm lato, costis 1/3-1/4 mm distantibus, saepe indistinctis, dentibus fere 0 ; operculo rotundato-elliptico, facie inferiore plano ; "ascidia superiora" parva, e basi infundibuliformi parte inferiore paulum ventricosa, medio leviter angustata, os versus paulum infundibuliformia, costis 2 prominentibus, peristomio operculum versus acuto, cylindrico, 1/2-1 mm lato, costis 1/3-1/4 mm distantibus, saepe indistinctis, dentibus fere 0 ; operculo orbiculari v. rotundato-elliptico facie interiore plana ; "inflorescentia" racemus pedicellis 13-15 mm longis fere omnibus 2-floris ; "indumentum" in inflorescentiis et ascidiis parcum stellatum, ceterum 0.
"Folia mediocria" petiolata, lamina obovato-oblonga v. lanceolata, nervis longitudinalibus utrinque 2-3, vagina caulem fere totum amplectente ; "ascidia rosularum" ignota ; "ascidia inferiora" magna, breviter ovata, costis 2 ad os alatis fimbriatis ; peristomio operculum versus in collum elongato 6-12 mm lato, costis altis 3-12 mm distantibus, dentibus 1-3 x longioribus quam latis ; operculo rotundato-cordato v. paulum reniformi, facie inferiore plano ; "ascidia superiora" magna, parte inferiore ventricosa os versus cylindrica, costis 2 prominentibus ; peristomio operculum versus in collum elevato, 12-22 mm lato, costis altis 3-12 mm distantibus, dentibus 1-3 x longioribus quam latis ; operculo rotundato-ovato v. paulum reniformi, facie inferiore plano ; "inflorescentia" racemus pedicellis inferioribus 12 mm longis omnibus 1-floris ; "indumentum" villosum.
"Folia mediocria" subpetiolata, lamina lanceolata, nervis longitudinalibus utrinque 4-6, basi valde attenuata, semiamplexicauli ; "ascidia rosularum" parva, parte inferiore oblique ovata, os versus sensim attenuata, alis 2 fimbriatis ; peristomio operculum versus acuto, applanato, 1-2 mm lato, costis c. 1/2 mm distantibus, dentibus 1-2 x longioribus quam latis ; operculo orbiculari facie inferiore plano ; "ascidia inferiora" ut rosularum sed margis elongata ; "ascidia superiora" parte c. 1/3 inferiore paulum ventricosa, os versus cylindrica v. primum paulum angustata os versus infundibuliformia, alis 2 fimbriatis v. efimbriatis v. costis 2 prominentibus ; peristomio operculum versus acuto, applanato, 1-2 mm lato, costis c. 1/2 mm distantibus, dentibus 1-2 x longioribus quam latis ; operculo suborbiculari subcordato, facie inferiore plano ; "inflorescentia" racemus pedicellis inferioribus 10-12 mm longis 1-floris v. 2-floris, superioribus brevioribus 1-floris ; "indumentum" breve ferrugineum tomentosum, in partibus vegetativis parcissimum, in costa et margine foliorum tantum distinctum, in inflorescentiis subdensum permanens.
The type species "Meitianoceras meitianense", named by Zheng, 1984, one of three species recognized, was first discovered in the Upper Permian Changhsingian Upper Coal Series Formation, in Hunan, China. It has also been found in the Dalong Formation of the same age in Hubei. "M. paulum" and "M. sphaelobatum", named by Yang and Yang in 1992, were both first found also in the Dalong Formation in Hubei, China.
"Folia mediocria" sessilia, lamina spathulato-lanceolata, nervis longitudinalibus utrinque c. 3, basi caulis partem 1/2-1/3 amplectente, vagina 0 ; "ascidia rosularum" et "inferiora" ignota ; "ascidia superiora" parva, parte inferiore tubulosa v. paulum ventricosa, supra medium ampla infundibuliformia, ore expanso, peristomio fere 0, operculo angustissime cuneato, facie inferiore plana ; "inflorescentia" racemus parvus pedicellis inferioribus 4-8 mm longis, omnibus 1-floris ; "indumentum" iuventute tenue adpressum, denique in ascidiis sub ore et in inflorescentiis permanens.
The earliest editions of the Roman Catechism are "Romae apud Paulum Manutium", 1566; "Venetiis, apud Dominicum de Farrisö, 1567; "Coloniae", 1567 (by Henricus Aquensis); "Parisuis, in aedibus. Jac. Kerver", 1568; "Venetiis, apud Aldum", 1575; and Ingolstadt, 1577 (Sartorius). In 1596 appeared at Antwerp the "Cat. Romanus ... quaestionibus distinctus, brevibusque exhortatiunculis studio Andreae Fabricii, Leodiensis". This editor, A. Le Fevre, died in 1581. He probably made this division of the Roman Catechism into questions and answers in 1570.
He wrote a "Syntagma de Lateranensibus parietibus" (Rome, 1625) on the occasion of restorations carried out in the church of St. John Lateran by his patron, Cardinal Borghese; also a dissertation on the relative importance of the right and left side as exhibited in certain old papal coins that place St. Paul to the right of St. Peter, "De dextrae laevaeque manus praerogativa ex antiquis Pontificum nummis Paulum Petro apostolo anteponentibus". He is known in the history of classical literature as the editor (Lyon, 1623) of the famous "Anecdota", or "Secret History," of Procopius, a work that was violently criticized outside of Italy.
But he is mostly known because of his historical book about Latvians published in 1649 — "Historia Lettica" (das ist Beschreibung der Lettischen Nation in welcher von der Letten als alten Einwohner und Besitzer des Lieflandes, Curlandes und Semgallen Namen, Uhrsprung oder Ankunfft ihrem Gottes-Dienst, ihrer Republica oder Regimente so sie in der Heydenschafft gehabt, auch ihren Sitten, Geberden, Gewonheiten, Natur und Eigenschaften etc. gruendlich und uembstaendig Meldung geschickt. Der Teutschen Nation und allen der Historischen Warheit Liebhabern zu einem noethigen Unterricht zusammen getragen und in den Druck verfertiget durch Paulum Einhorn, Fuerstlichen Curlaendischen Superintendenten P.M. Dorpt in Liefland Gedruckt durch Johann Vogeln, der Koenigl. Acad. Buchdruker, im Jahr 1649).
Besides the "Commentary", Carranza published a "Summa Conciliorum et Pontificum a Petro usque Paulum III" (Venice, 1546), which has often been re-published and enlarged by later editors. The "Summa" was prefaced by four dissertations: (1) Quanta sit auctoritas traditionum in ecclesiâ; (2) Quanta Sacræ Scripturæ (3) Quanta Romani Pontificis et Sedis apostolicæ (4) Quanta Conciliorum. Further, there is his controversial treatise concerning episcopal residence mentioned above, and an "Introduction to the Hearing of the Mass". An edition of the latter was issued in Antwerp in 1555.
"Folia mediocria" petiolata, lamina lanceolata, nervis longitudinalibus utrinque 3-4, vagina caulis 1/2 amplectente ; "ascidia rosularum" et "inferiora" ignota ; "ascidia superiora" mediocria, subcylindrica, sub medio et os versus paulum ampliata, alis 2 fimbriatis ; peristomio operculum versus acuminato, cylindrico v. applanato, 1-1 1/2 cm lato, costis 1/3-1/4 mm distantibus, dentibus fere 0 ; operculo suborbiculari, facie inferiore plano ; "inflorescentia" panicula v. racemus pedicellis inferioribus ad 35 mm longis 3-floris superioribus brevioribus, 2- v. 1-floris ; "indumentum" parcum villosum, in caulibus foliisque fere 0, in ascidiis iuventute densum, denique parcum, in inflorescentiis et floribus densum permanens.
"Folia mediocria" petiolata, lamina lanceolata, nervis longitudinalibus utrinque 4-5, vagina caulem fere totum amplectente ; "ascidia rosularum" ignota ; "ascidia inferiora" mediocria, in parte inferiore oviformia, os versus cylindrica, costis 2 prominentibus ad os appendicibus 2 ramosis ; peristomio operculum versus acuto, applanato, 4-7 mm lato, costis dentibusque 1/3-1/4 mm distantibus, dentibus vix longioribus quam latis ; operculo suborbiculari subcordato, facie inferiore pilis parcis patentibus, prope basin carinato ; "ascidia superiora", magna, ample infundibuliformia, costis 2 paulum prominentibus, peristomio in collum distinctum elongato, applanato, c. 12 mm lato, costis c. 1/3 mm distantibus, dentibus brevissimis, operculo orbiculari subcordato, facie inferiore pilis parcis patentibus et prope basin appendice lateraliter applanato ; "inflorescentia" ignota ; "indumentum" in omnibus partibus longe villosum, foliorum pagina superiore excepta.
Soon the abbey of St. Blasien was secularized. Notwithstanding Neugart's efforts for its preservation it was assigned to Baden, and absorbed with all its landed possessions. In 1807 Neugart went to Vienna to negotiate for the settlement of the expelled monks in Austria, and succeeded. The abbot and monks of St. Blasien were granted the Abbey of St. Paul, near Klagenfurt in the valley of the Lavant, suppressed by Joseph II. Here Neugart completed the second volume of his diocesan history extending to 1308, but it was not published until 1802. He then turned his attention to the history of Carinthia and of the Abbey ot St. Paul, where he and his companions had found refuge. After his death there appeared his "Historia monasterii Ord. S. Benedicti ad S. Paulum in valle inferioris Carinthiae Lavantina" (Klagenfurt, 1848,1854). Several historical treatises and compilations are still in manuscript. Another work, "Libellus majores maternos Rudolphi I regis exhibens", was edited by Weber (Klagenfurt, 1850).
In the eighth century, the anonymous pilgrim of Einsiedeln pointed out that there existed a church dedicated to the Egyptian martyr Saint Menas on the Ostian Way, a little before reaching the Basilica of Saint Paul. The church was connected to the famous portico that led from Porta San Paolo into the Ostian Basilica, as is evidenced from the pilgrimage itineraries of the seventh century: "inde per porticum usque ad ecclesiam Mennae, et de Menna usque ad s. Paulum Apostolum." A precise location for the church may be next to a small bridge ("ponticello") along the "porticus" that spanned the Almone, a small river that used to flow into the Tiber from the east, but is today diverted.
"Folia mediocria" sessilia, lamina elliptica ad lanceolata, nervis longitudinalibus utrinque 2-8, plerumque 4, basi profunde oblique amplicauli fere, in alas 2 decurrente ; "ascidia rosularum" ignota ; "ascidia inferiora" parva, ovato-conica, alis 2 fimbriatis, peristomio operculum versus acuminato, cylindrico, ad l l/2 mm lato, costis c. 1/2 mm distantibus v. indistinctis, dentibus 0 ; operculo ovato, facie exteriore plerumque appendicibus filiformibus, superea basi fascibus 2 filorum ramosorum, facie inferiore plana ; "ascidia superiora" magnitudine mediocria, subtubulosa, parte inferiore paulum dilatata, alis 2 fimbriatis raro costis 2 prominentibus ; peristomio operculum versus acuminato, cylindrico v. applanato, 1-5 mm lato, costis 1/2-1/3 mm distantibus, saepe indistinctis, dentibus 0 ; operculo ovato raro rotundato-elliptico, facie superiore plerumque appendicibus filiformibus, prope basim 2 fascibus filorum ramosorum, facie inferiore plana ; "inflorescentia" racemus parvus pedicellis plerumque 2-4, raro ad 15 mm longis, omnibus 1-floris ; "indumentum" in ascidiis iuvenilibus et in inflorescentiis parcum stellatum adpressum, ceterum 0.
In the years 1657 to 1663 Mazarin sent him on diplomatic missions in Italy, Egypt, Greece, Turkey, Germany, Poland, Moscow (where he regretted not having seen the fortifications at Kazan against the Tatars, and found that the maritime defenses were in the Dutch manner), Prussia, Livonia (with the Swedish fortifications of Riga), and Lithuania. In the course of his travels he encountered Paul Wurz, occasioning the correspondence that resulted in Blondel's first publication, a mathematical pamphlet entitled "Epistola ad P. W. [Paulum Wurzium]", which discussed the breaking resistance of beams. Blondel demonstrates that a mathematical proof of Galileo, allowing the cross-section of a beam to be parabolically shaped such that its weight was reduced by one third, only applied to cantilevered beams and did not apply to the specified aim, a beam supported at both ends, for which a semicircular or elliptical shape would apply. Some of these questions were taken up again in 1673, when he published his "Résolution des quatre principaux problèmes d'Architecture".