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Definition of the noun Leius
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Leius is a genus of Dalatiidae, described by Kner in 1864.
- synonym: genus Leius
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Chordata
- class: Elasmobranchii
- order: Squaliformes
- family: Dalatiidae
- genus: Isistius
Phrases with Leius
- Leius Ferox
- Species Leius Ferox
- genus Leius
- Iguazus Leius
- Halosydna Leius
- Orthoporus leius
- Lepidonotus leius
- Species Iguazus Leius
- Species Halosydna Leius
- species Orthoporus leius
- species Lepidonotus leius
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Wherein is Contain'd I. The Original Sacred Text--II. The Nature of the Prophetick Stile--III. The History of the Church of Christ...with a Preliminary Discourse Concerning the Certainty of the Principles Upon which the Revelation of St. John is to be Understood by Charles Daubuz
leius is an Author versed in the Symbolical Notions, and Oriental ...
By Dennis Purdy ; Foreword by Tony LaRussa by Dennis Purdy
Walbeck Stahoviak Knoblauch Leius Meares Cordova Becker Puckett Munoz 1994 Walbeck Hrbek Knoblauch Leius Meares Mack Cole Puckett Winfield 1993 Harper Hrbek Knoblauch Pagliarulo Meares Munoz Puckett Larkin Winfield ...
Containing an Historical and Critical Account of the Lives and Writings of the Most Eminent Persons in Every Nation; Particularly the British and Irish; from the Earliest Accounts of Time to the Present Period ...
leius, LL.D. Astronomorum sui seculi ...
leius Andr-onions. Roman Poet . . . . . Lin A BRIEF BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY. 277.
Containing the Lives of the Most Celebratd Characters of Every Age and Nation ... to which is Added, a Dictionary of the Principal Divinities and Heroes of Grecian and Roman Mythology, and a Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Living Characters
RHODIGINUS, Ludovicus leius, author of Antique Lectiones, and other works, died at Patina, in 1525. RHUDIUSJohn, an eminent physician, author ofseveral medical works, died at Padua, in 1659. RHODIUS, John, a Danish physician, and ...
by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer
Lucius'leius gggtantius, a Christian father, who died The Cicero of Frame. Jean Baptiste Massillon. (1663- 1742.) ...
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Scrabble value of L1E1I1U1S1
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