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echard

(ˈɛkɑːd)
n
(Environmental Science) water that is present in the soil but cannot be absorbed or otherwise utilized by plants
[C20: from Greek ekhein to hold back + ardein to water]
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82) In Restoration England, Laurence Echard had been reading Rapin--who had likely been reading Heinsius, or even Navagero--when he proposed that Plautus's lines, "by their Trifling and Quibbling, appear to have been calculated for the Mob"; Echard goes on to compare Plautus's plays to comedies of his own era, which too often "degenerate into Farce, which seldom fail[s] of pleasing the Mob.
By interpreting the musical setting in light of the lyrics about a moving worm, Echard asks an interesting question: What is "moving" when a musical movement takes place?
Nicole Echard demontre que les logiques des acteurs ne correspondent pas au sexe biologique de l'ethnologue en fonction des enjeux sociaux specifiques a une societe donnee (Echard, Quiminal et Selim 1991 : 86-88).
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Laurence Echard, The Roman History (1702) biology (OED 1819, in another sense 1813) Physiology therefore--or more strictly biology --by which I mean the doctrine of the living system in all its states, appears to be the foundation of ethics and pneumatology.
Sian Echard draws attention to the need for further study of Latin Arthurian literature; Robert J.
But Ochoa and Sutter PTA President Ellen Echard prevailed upon their old friend to come see how big and beautiful that little Christmas tree had grown, and how the Gold Rush homeroom class of 2001 had decorated it in honor of Danielle.
In addition to providing summaries and translations, Echard locates many of the works within the court of Henry II.
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Preuss HG, Echard B, Bagchi D, Perricone NV, Zhuang C.
De meme, le Dictiannaire etait presente comme la traduction de la 13e edition de celui de Lawrence Echard (1670-1730), The Gazetteer's, or, Newsman's interpreter (10) ; on lit cependant dans le Dictionnaire historique, critique et bibliographique de Delandine (1822, t.
Appended to John Echard, Some Observations upon the Answer to an enquiry into the Grounds & Occasions of the Contempt of the Clergy.