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Definition of the noun Sagrina
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Sagrina is a genus of Chrysomelidae, described by Crowson in 1946.
- synonym: genus Sagrina
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Arthropoda
- class: Insecta
- order: Coleoptera
- family: Chrysomelidae
- genus: Sagra
Sagrina is a genus of Bolivinitidae, described by d'Orbigny in 1839.
Sagrina is a genus of Sagrininae, described by d'Orbigny in 1839.
- synonyms: genus Sagrina / Sagraina / genus Sagraina
- kingdom: Chromista
- phylum: Foraminifera
- class: Globothalamea
- order: Rotaliida
- family: Bolivinitidae
- species Sagrina albida
- species Sagrina annulata
- species Sagrina australiensis
- species Sagrina branneri
- species Sagrina californiensis
- species Sagrina cretacea
- species Sagrina cristobalensis
- species Sagrina elongata
- species Sagrina pulchella
- species Sagrina pygmaea
- species Sagrina rugosa
- species Sagrina sydneyensis
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by John William Griffith, Arthur Henfrey
The triserial alternation passes sometimes into a biserial and even a uni- serial growth (Sagrina, restricted). Uvige- rina is world-wide in its distribution, and goes back to the Middle Tertiary Period. U. pygnuea (PI. 23. fig. 8). Bibl. D'Orbigny ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1894)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature
Sagrina, P. and J. Fam. 3. RAMULININA. Shell branching ...
by Walter W. Skeat
Diez also cites the Genoese sagrina, to gnaw; sagrindse, to consume oneself with anger. See Shagreen, which is spelt chagrin in Bailey's Dict. vol. ii. ed. 173i. From Turk. saghrl, sliagreen; given as ' Pers.
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Sagrina, P. and J. Fam. 3. Ramulixina. Shell branching, composed of spherical or pyriform chambers connected by long stolonif- l- roils tubes. Genua. — Ramulina, Rupert Jones. Ordbe 8. GLOBIGERINIDEA, Brady. Qtaracien.
Sagrina, P. and J. Fam. 3. Ramulinina. Shell branching, composed of spherical or pyriform chambers connected by long stoloniferous tubes. Genus. — Ramulina, Rupert Jones.
The Century Dictionary, (1914)
An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language
sagrina', gnaw, sagfl'na'sc, consume one's self with anger; It. limare, file, gnaw, fret. Similar turns of thought are seen in similar uses of E. corrode, gnaw, nagl, fretL] Mental disquiet and sin from the failure of aims or plans, want 0 ...
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