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Who is Carus?
Carus was Roman Emperor from 282 to 283. During his short reign, Carus fought the Germanic tribes and Sarmatians along the Danube frontier with success.
- also known as Marcus Aurelius Carus
- born in (1786 years ago) in Narbonne
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- died in (1732 years ago) in Tigris of murder, lightning, natural causes, mortal wound
"Carus" is a musical EP of Carus Thompson.
- released in (16 years ago)
Carus a.k.a. Carus, Oregon: Carus is an unincorporated community in Clackamas County, Oregon, United States. It is located about seven miles south of Oregon City, on Oregon Route 213.
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Phrases with Carus
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- Spathius Carus
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- Cantomyia Carus
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The New Philosophy (1916)
A Quarterly Magazine Devoted to the Interest of the Swedenborg Scientific Association ...
CARUS. 433. CARUS is an unnatural sleep ...
The Hartford Seminary Record (1899)
Carus is a prince among propagandists, and this work may be fairly characterized as a treatise on Physiological Psychology written with the purpose of upholding the author's peculiar monistic philosophy.
Encyclopædia Britannica (1771)
Or a Dictionary of Arts and Sciences Compiled Upon a New Plan ... Illustrated with One Hundred and Sixty Copperplates
A carus is a profound sleep, out of which the patient cannot be roused by cla: nours, shaking, nor even with the pricking of a needle; or, if they are sensible of the pain' they continue silent, and fall asleep again. It is sometimes a primary disease ...
ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA (1773)
A carus is a profound fleep, out of which the patient cannot be roused by clamours, shaking, nor even with the Vol.
Encyclopaedia Britannica0 (1771)
Or, a Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, Compiled Upon a New Plan. In which the Different Sciences and Arts are Digested Into Distinct Treaties Or Systems ... : in Three Volumes. M-Z
A carus is a profound sleep, out of which the patient cannot be roused by clamours, shal.ing, nor even with the pricking of a needle ; or, if they are fensible of the paino they continue filent, and fall afleep again. It is fometimes a primary difeefe ...
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA; Or, A DICTIONARY of Arts and Sciences, Compiled Upon a New Plan. In Wich the Different Science and Arts are Digested Into Distinct Treatises Or Systems; and The Various Technical Terms, ... are Explained as They Occur in the Order of the Alphabet. Illustrated with One Hundred and Sixty Copperplates, by a Society of Gentlemen in Scotland. IN THREE VOLUMES. Edinburgh: Printed for A. Bell and C. Macfarquhar; and Fold by Colin Macfarquhar, at this Printing-office, Nicolson Street. M.D.CC.LXXI. (1771)
A carus is a profound sleep, out of which the patient cannot be roused by clainours, shaking, nor even with the pricking of a needle; or, if they are sensible of the pain' they continue silent, and fall asleep again. It is sometimes a primary disease ...
From 1600 to the Present by John R. Shook
Carus soon came into contact with Edward C. Hegeler, a successful zinc manufacturer in LaSalle, Illinois, who had turned to philosophy. Hegeler was wellknown in religious circles such as the Ethical Cultural Society and the Free Religious ...
by Centennial Professor of Philosophy John Lachs, PH.D, John Lachs, Robert B. Talisse
Paul Carus (1852–1919) was a public philosopher, born and educated (Tu ̈bingen PhD) in Germany, but who became prominent in the United States as the editor of The Open Court, a fortnightly periodical, and the quarterly philosophical ...
The American Medical Lexicon (1811)
On the Plan of Quincy's Lexicon Physico-medicum, with Many Retrenchments, Additions, and Improvements; Comprising an Explanation of the Etymology and Signification of the Terms Used in Anatomy, Physiology, Surgery, Materia Medica, Chemistry, and the Practice of Physic. Compiled from the Most Approved Authorities
Carus, insensibility and sleepiness, with quiet respiration. It sometimes signifies a loss of sense and voluntary motion, respiration remaining uninjured: the same authors call the disease an Afroflexy, if to this is added an oppressed respiration ...
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Video shows what carus means. coma with complete insensibility, deep lethargy. Carus Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say ...
Scrabble value of C3A1R1U1S1
The value of this 5-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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