To this contributed greatly the psalmic writings which, with the help of a synonymic
parallelism, underline the identity between the two fortresses: "His tent is in Salem (Salem), his dwelling place in Zion (Siyyon)" (Ps.
2015; this study Turbocavus Prentiss et at, 2014 Vermiliopsis Pixell, 1913; Iroso, 1921 (partially under other synonymic
names); Fauvel, 1927; Pillai, 1971; Smith, 1985; this study Eye types: S, single simple ocelli; CP, compound-paired; CS, compound-single; oS, opercular simple; oC, opercular compound.
Until the late twentieth century, scientists, scholars, and laypeople applied these terms in unreflective, colloquial, and synonymic
ways to describe any person who lived a non-settled lifestyle (Huonker and Ludi 2000, Meier 2008, Strebel 2010).
The first constituent of both compounds is synonymic
(stag is a male deer, especially a male red deer after its fifth year) (Oxford English Learners Dictionaries 2016), and the second constituent is the same one.
Gene sequencing facilitated the determination of the complete sequence and genomic variations of the MC4R gene in American mink, as well as the identification of two synonymic
mutations at positions 291 and 330 within the coding sequence of the gene.
When analyzing the frequency of the author keywords used during the past 24 years, the synonymic
single words and congeneric phrases were summed.
Catalogue of Diurnal Lepidoptera: 690 pp.
Revision of Toxomerus Macquart, 1855 (Diptera: Syrphidae) from Brazil with synonymic
notes, identification key to the species and description of three new species.
Taxonomic and synonymic
world catalogue of the Charipinae and notes about this subfamily (Hymenoptera: Cynipoidea: Figitidae).
and other notes on Formicidae (Hymenoptera).
Simple translation, synonymic
substitution, and homophony were probably used in V 44 and 52.
Because classification systems and nomenclature for preinvasive cervical neoplasia are not standardized in the United States, a master list of possible diagnostic codes, terminology, and synonymic
search terms was developed and provided to all reporting laboratories to standardize case finding.