caligo


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caligo

(kəˈlaɪɡəʊ)
n
a speck on the cornea causing poor vision
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In past trailers there are implications a character resembling Caligo attacking who Luna would become, so maybe that was a hint of the plotline's origins
dw Wet Archaeoprepona demophon C 2 1 8 3 Caligo illioneus Sb 1 10 11 2 Callicore pygas C 12 3 6 7 Callicore sorana B 52 63 38 31 Catonephele acontius C 37 11 3 8 Cissia terrestris S 34 7 7 12 Colobura dirce N 14 15 4 8 Diaethria clymena B 10 0 0 4 Eunica curvierii B 2 7 12 3 Hamadryas februa B 30 23 58 24 Hamadryas feronia B 429 153 80 244 Hermeuptychia hermes S 268 5 8 133 Memphis moruus C 15 8 8 6 Morpho helenor Sm 1 0 7 2 Opsiphanes invirae C 31 20 9 25 Pareuptychia ocirrhoe S 131 47 7 62 Paryphthimoides poltys S 15 9 21 0 Satyrinae sp.
From the owl-eyed Morpho Granadensis and bright yellow Phoebis Philea to the deep blue Caligo Atreus and the black-and-white Idea Leoconoe, the butterflies are a riot of colour.
Su ne semejanza en / la cosas, estando muy quietismo tiene Divina Caligo de / atenta a que la semejanza con el del Taulero- intuicion hable en maestro Eckart; su // ella.
Caption: The owl butterfly Caligo martia, sporting eyelike spots on its wings, stars in a new wave of rigorous testing of the longtime belief that the spots evolved as mimics of scary predator eyes.
Marroni F, Aretini P, D'Andrea E, Caligo MA, Cortesi L, Viel A, et al.
tutta bella al davanzale della sua Riva Vecchia, ridorata come quando Venezia si rispecchia nell'oro sciolta dal caligo.
43 ecce illa tempestas, caligo bonorum et subita atque improvisa formido, tenebrae rei publicae, ruina atque incendium civitatis, ma pure Phil.
Llovizna': de garuja 'idem', del portugues dialectal caruja 'niebla', del latin vulgar * calugo, -inis, en latin clasico caligo,--inis 'niebla, humo, tinieblas'.
The forum was held to discuss how businesses and farmers can continue to develop in a low to zero tariff Asean environment next year, PEF executive director Roberto Caligo said.
Edwards, 1882, mientras que Opsiphanes quiteria quirinus Godman & Salvin, 1881, Caligo uranus Herrich-Schaffer, 1850 o Itaballia pandosia kicaha (Reakirt, 1863) son exclusivos de la Sierra de Juarez.
In der Antike wurde die Pathologie des grauen Stars nicht wirklich verstanden und von anderen, nicht totalen Sehstorungen schlecht abgegrenzt; diese nannte man oft apsskumrna, lateinisch caligo,--inis, mit dem dazugehorigen Verb caligare und seinem spatlateinischen Konkurrenten caliginare.