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A Manual for the Identification of Native and Naturalized Higher Vascular Plants of New England by Arthur Haines, Elizabeth Farnsworth, New England Wild Flower Society
Alnus xfallacina Callier is a rarely collected alder hybrid to be expected of branchlets supporting wherever the parental taxa co-occur. It is intermediate in morphology; however, Staminate aments» given the slight differences between the ...
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology (5 Volume Set) by Umberto Quattrocchi
Callier; Alnus acutissima Callier; Alnus arguta (Schltdl.) Spach; Alnus arguta var. punctata Regel; Alnus castaneifolia Mirb.; Alnus ferruginea Kunth; Alnusferruginea var. aliso Griseb.; Alnus ferruginea var. aliso Lorentz & Hieron.; Alnus ...
by Donald Fenna
Callier coefficient 38 Callier coefficient photograph yThe ratio of the apparent densities of a photographic plate when viewed in parallel light to when viewed in diffuse light. Calorie (kilogram-calorie, grand calorie, large calorie, major calorie) ...
The Packers' Encyclopedia (1922)
Blue Book of the American Meat Packing and Allied Industries; a Hand-book of Modern Packing House Practice, a Statistical Manual of the Meat and Allied Industries, and a Directory of the Meat Packing, Provision, Sausage Manufacturing, Rendering and Affiliated Trades by Paul I. Aldrich
Callier; Vice-Pres, F. C. Callier. Oifices and Refinery, Dallas, Tex. 'Tuscaloosa Cotton Oil Co.-—Pres. and Mgr., E. B. Nuzum.
Containing One Hundred Thousand Names Together with a Classed Index of the Biographical Literature of Europe and America by Lawrence Barnell Phillips
Callier, Claude Ignace, French poet; 1738–1816 D.U. Callier, ...
by Jan Onofrio
Fenner, a distinguished physician, married Annie America Callier, who was of Scotch-Irish descent, settled in New Orleans in 1840, and assisted in the founding of the New Orleans Medical Journal in 1844. Charles ...
by Percy Hide Reaney, Richard Middlewood Wilson
CALLANDER Caller, Callear, Callier The dictionary 551.
Callier, R. S. Tinnin, Joseph Faust, Louis Lipsitz, Geo. W. Jalonick, Jr. WRITES.—Fire, Tornado and Hail Insurance. TERRITORY COVERED.—Texas, California, New York.
by Patrick Hanks, Richard Coates, Peter McClure
English: in some cases, perhaps, a variant of Caller, from a Middle English side -form *callier with substitution of the suffix -ier for -er. However, the Middle English evidence for it is slight, and it may not have given rise to a hereditary name.
The Catholic Encyclopedia (1922)
An International Work of Reference on the Constitution, Doctrine, Discipline, and History of the Catholic Church by Edward Aloysius Pace
Augustin Joseph Callier, born at ...
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