tegula


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tegula

(ˈtɛɡjʊlə)
n
one of a pair of coverings of the forewings of certain insectsan overlapping roof tile
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THE attractive Tegula Sett driveway gives a hint of the immaculate nature of a superb end terraced property on the market in Coventry's Chapelfields area.
7% from 2Q13, chiefly due to the lower sales volume of chrysotile asbestos, fiber-cement and concrete roofing tiles, and the non-recurring increase in operating expenses resulting from the administrative and commercial restructuring of the subsidiary Tegula.
Some shell fragments were recorded next to the lithic processing area, constituting a total of 15 specimens (MNI), including Mesodesma donacium and the rocky intertidal gastropods: Concholepas concholepas, Tegula atra, Fissurella nigra and Fissurella maxima.
Kevin Ryan, trainer of Reverend Green "I'm not sure if he'll handle the ground but he's by Tegula, so he should be at home on it.
Palavras como tegula > telha, opera > obra, hominis > homem, dominus > dono, calidus > caldo sao alguns poucos exemplos desse apagamento.
For a more modern feel, take a look at the company's Tegula wall feature, built up from interlocking fibrous plaster tiles to create a wave effect.
Marshalls is providing paving from its Mistral and Tegula ranges, which have featured on a series of high-profile projects.
Finally in Juvenal's third Satire, when he is describing the fire danger in Rome, Ucalegon is the rich owner, crying 'Fire" and getting his belongings moved out, while the last to burn will be his poor lodger in his garret under the tiles, where the gentle doves lay their eggs ('Ultimus ardebit quem tegula sola tuetur / a fluvia, molles ubi reddunt ova columbae').
Homesmart's Driveline Excell and Tegula Drivesett, for example, not only look the part, but are practical and easy to maintain.
You could make a pattern of cobble stones, such as the Tegula range from Marshalls (pounds 21 for 50 stones), and fill in the rest with gravel, costing a few pounds for a 50kg sack.
ABSTRACT The preferred temperature of Tegula regina was determined in a horizontal thermal gradient with organisms acclimated to 16[degrees]C, 19[degrees]C, and 22[degrees]C using to acute method, with a preferred temperature of 19.