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"Crota" is a book by Owl Goingback, long-listed work.
- genre: Speculative fiction
- copyright: 1996
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A Dictionary of the Architecture and Archaeology of the Middle Ages: including ... biographical notices of ancient architects ... Illustrated by numerous engravings by J. Le Keux (1838)
CRota, low Lat., a vault, or vaulted apartment.
A pronouncing and spelling dictionary. To which is now added, A short ... grammar of the English language (1772)
by William Johnston (M.A.)
crooked, lyy crave crevice crookle [ness frivingly crew crop crawl crew'el crosier craw'-sislv crew'et croslet cray-silh crib cross crazily cribbage crotchet craziness- crick crouch- crazy cricket croap cwaic - crime croaper cwam criminal, \y crota.
Including Words Used by Ancient and Modern Authors in Treating of Architectural and Other Antiquities ... Also, Biographical Notices of Ancient Architects by John Britton
CROTA, low Lat., a vault, or vaulted apartment.
by Robley Dunglison
Crot'aphe, Crota'phinm, (KpoTa-pos, * the temple,') Cephalalgia Pulsatilla, CepfaUfe'a Pulsatilla, Sphygmoceph'alu*. A pulsatory pain, chiefly in the temples, with drumming in the ears. Crot aphite Ar teries, Temporal arteries. Crotaphi tes ...
A Technological Dictionary (1846)
Explaining the Terms of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Professions, and Trades by W. M. Buchanan
CRotA'LUM, an ancient kind of castanet used by the Corybantes, or priests of Cybele. CRo'Ton. 1. The Greek name of the dog-tick.-2. The name of a genus of plants, mostly shrubs, inhabiting hot climates. Class Monaccia; order Monodelphia.
Supernatural and Science Fiction Elements in Novels, Pulps, Comics, Films, Television and Games, 2d ed. by Paul Green
Crota: A Novel [Novel; WW] Author: Owl Goingback ; ...
Music Lovers' Encyclopedia (1919)
Containing a Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary of Terms, Instruments, &c., Including a Key to the Pronunciation of Sixteen Languages, Many Charts; an Explanation of the Construction of Music for the Uninitiated; a Pronouncing Biographical Dictionary; the Stories of the Operas; and Numerous Biographical and Critical Essays by Distinguished Authorities by Rupert Hughes
crotale (kro-t31), F., crota'lo, /., cro'talum, / An ancient small cymbal or Castanet. crot'chet.
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