picene


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picene

(ˈpaɪsiːn)
n
(Chemistry) chem a type of hydrocarbon found in the residue that is obtained in peat tar and petroleum distillation
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In Sabellian, the attested accusatives of singular personal pronouns include the Volscian miom, Umbrian and South Picene tiom and Oscan siom (Rix, La lingua, 231, n.
South Picene is represented by 23 short inscriptions, in which only a few poetic epitaphs display demonstratives in use.
38) This unique example of Latin endo used as postposition is matched by other Italic languages where a similar syntactic construction with *en underlies the creation of an innovative locative form (Umbrian ocrem 'on the mount' TI 6a, 46; South Picene mefun 'in medial' MC 1; and Oscan hurtin 'in the garden' SA 1, A2).
The mutagenic effects of the particle extracts were positively correlated to the content of polycyclic aromatic compounds, particularly to picene, phenanthrene, 2-methyl-anthracene, 3-methylphenanthrene, and fluoranthene [139].
267): South Picene esmen is not morphologically identical with Vedic asmin but comes from *esmei-en.