frutex


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frutex

( ˈfruːtɛks)
n
a plant or shrub with a woody stem
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Fruticetum: (del latin frutex, -icis, arbolillos): dedicado a las colecciones de arbustos y arbolillos.
36) "Mirifice autem et incarnationem eius expressit, dicens: << Ex germine, fili mi, ascendisti, >> eo quod tamquam frutex terrae in alvo Virginis germinavit, et ut flos boni odoris ad redemptionem mundi totius maternis visceribus splendore novae lucis emissus ascenderit".
Etymology: From Latin frutex (shrub, bush) and colere (to inhabit), in reference to the understorey-dwelling habit of this species.
Cauliculus, diminuitivo di caulis, e termine che afferisce al linguaggio dell'agricoltura e indica propriamente un "parvus frutex herbarum vel arborum" (48), dalla vite alla lattuga alla bietola; tuttavia, nel sermo cotidianus il termine e passato ad indicare metonimicamente la brassica, come in Hor.
MA 255006-1 (2 pliegos), fl, fr: [CHILE] <<La didynamia / Romero vulgo / frutex habitat chile / flores obri / Horminium?
The floristic composition of plant cenoses of the steppe zone of Pavlodar region is not rich and is represented largely by xerophytes: Caragana frutex (L.
Austen likely had not read eighteenth-century erotic texts such as The Natural History of the Frutex Vulvaria, or Flowering Shrub (1732), but she would have encountered such eroticized botanical descriptions in the works of eighteenth-century writers such as Behn, Haywood, and others, as well as in the pages of Shakespeare, who in Venus and Adonis (1593), to cite just one example, has the goddess of love employ erotic topography in describing her body as a deer-park to the reluctant Adonis: "I'll be a park, and thou shalt be my deer.
Luego de las ventas de las Empresas Caribana, Frutex a Del Monte, los antiguos duenos de estas empresas (familias Loeb, Volio, Esquivel) decidieron pasarse al sector financiero incrementando en el ano 2008 en un 75% el capital de esta financiera.
Diagnosis: Frutex erectus, altus usque ad 100150 cm, multicaulis; caules succulenti, articulati, erecti vel erecti--ascendentes.
Caulis generaliter (106) dicitur medius frutex omnium olerum uel herbarum (107), qui uulgo dicitur tyrsus, quod (108) a terra sursum conscendat, unde specialiter dicitur quoddam genus olerum caulis, quia tyrsus eius amplius coalescit ceteris oleribus [Etym.
erat frutex utilis ad multos me dici ne usus qui pro ne nieba + apud Cytenas viro en Africe, ex cuius vectigali completatus est Batus i Deo vecidit in proverbium>> (acto vi, p.