fictor

fictor

(ˈfɪktə)
n
(Crafts) obsolete a sculptor or carver
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qui omnium/legum atque iurum fICTOR, CondlTOR Cluet): fictor neol.
Poio, pois, poivi, poitum, idest fingo, is, unde hic poeta, tae, idest fictor, et proprie carminis alta verba loquens [.
The ommexechid Neuquenina fictor is the most notable case, since XR and Y may form up to 4 chiasmata (Mesa 1961, Table 2).
Morfologia falica y cariologia de Neuquenina fictor (Rehn) (Orthoptera-Acridoidea).
Et nunc, Domine, pater noster es tu, nos vero lutum; et fictor noster tu, et opera manuum tuarum omnes nos.
Three of them show a recently established neo-XY sex-determining mechanism with full Y-XR pachytene pairing: Neuquenina fictor (Rehn) (Mesa 1960), Tetrixocephalus (= Calcitrena] willemsei Guerney & Lieberman (Mesa 1973, Mesa et al.
2003) concluded that the main environmental fictors are social supports and barriers (positive supports and negative supports).
Risk fictors for the metabolic syndrome: The Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) study, 1985-2001.
2005) published cumulative impact and effect fictors for cposure to air pollutants, including air toxics and ozone.