Albinus


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Al·bi·nus

 (ăl-bī′nəs)
See Alcuin.
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Albinus

(ælˈbiːnəs)
n
(Biography) another name for Alcuin
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After this there remained for Severus, who wished to make himself master of the whole empire, two difficulties; one in Asia, where Niger, head of the Asiatic army, had caused himself to be proclaimed emperor; the other in the west where Albinus was, who also aspired to the throne.
Namibia's lightweight boxer Albinus 'Danny Boy' Felesianu says his opponent Peter 'Sniper' Pambeni from Zimbabwe will be a bonus when the two boxers clashes on Saturday.
Decimus Junius Brutus Albinus -not the famous Brutus-was a distant cousin of Caesar whom Caesar had given several key and critical military commands that made his career.
Adult male Wistar rats (Rattus norvergicus albinus) (270-320 g) obtained from Centro de Desenvolvimento de Modelos Animais para Medicina e Biologia (CEDEME) of the Universidade Federal de Sao Paulo (UNIFESP) were fed standard laboratory diet (Purina[R], Brasil) and water ad libitum.
The handwritten catalogue of accessions to the British Library Department of Manuscripts reads: "The volumes were bought at the auction of the collections of Bernard Siegfried Albinus in Amsterdam on 16 October 1971." The Albinus sale catalogue reads: "The original drawings of the Hortus Malabaricus gathered by J.
Pray in all cases, against pirate attacks, to Albinus.
Healthy, heterogeneous, young adult male and female Swiss albinus (Unib: SW) mice (between 7 and 12 weeks --pubescent period), with a body weight between 30 g and 40 g (i.e., the variation weight between the animals, for each sex, should not exceed the [+ or -]20% of medium mass) were provided by CEMIB (Centro Multidisciplinar para Investigagao Biologica na Area da Ciencia em Animais deLaboratorio--UNICAMP; http://www.cemib.
Forty male Wistar rats (Rattus Norvegicus albinus Wistar) aged 7 to 8 wks weighing between 250 g and 300 g were used in this study.
He dissimulated his aspiration to throne, pretended he was willing to share the throne with his enemy, Albinus, deceived the Senate by accusing Albinus of treachery, and had a pretext by which to take from him his government and life (Machiavelli, 1998 [1515], VII, VIII, XIX, p.