Apollinaris


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Apollinaris

(əˌpɒlɪˈnɛərɪs)
n
(Cookery) an effervescent mineral water
[C19: named after Apollinarisburg, near Bonn, Germany]
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They sat down in the American Bar, and a colored waiter in a white linen suit brought them whisky and Apollinaris in tall tumblers.
Aynesworth sipped his whisky and Apollinaris, and lit a cigarette.
We supped and camped at the very edge of the cliff, quenching our thirst with two bottles of Apollinaris which were in one of the cases.
In this last category will be found a fifteenth-century collectar from Averbode, a small book from the Abbey of Saint-Bavo containing a "Vitae with Offices for Saint Landoaldus and Saint Livinus," (but which includes as well the lives of and other texts for Saints Quintin, Sebastian, the Seven Sleepers of Ephesus, Sylvester, Apollinaris, Laurence, Maximin, and the 11,000 Virgins, none of these with music), and a miscellany of mystical texts and chants belonging to the twelfth-century Benedictine Abbey of Rupertsberg, containing Hildegard of Bingen's Liber vitae meritorum and Symphoniae harmoniae caelestium revelationum, as well as Elisabeth of Schonau's Liber viarum Dei.
Apollinaris District 21 Rietvlei District 17 Minor Tertiary 6 Addington Private 6 Private Hospital-- Psychiatric 6 Durban Townhill Tertiary 5 King Edward Clinic 5 Richmond District 3 Ekombe District 2 Tayler Bequest Tertiary 1 (Eastern Cape) Baragwanath District 1 (Gauteng) Benedictine Psychiatric 1 Fort Napier District 1 King George V District 1 < 1% Manguzi Tertiary 1 Ngwelezane District 1 Niemeyer Hospital Private 1 Private Hospital-- Tertiary 1 Bloemfontein Umtata District 1 Zithulele (Eastern cape) Chart 2.
"We suspect an anthrax outbreak, but our veterinary is still yet to confirm that," Apollinaris Kannyinga, The park's deputy director, said.
Drawing on a letter by Sidonius Apollinaris (476) and a later inscription from a lesser-known bishop, Zeno of Merida (483), Damian Fernandez highlights how these authors' portraits of the Visigothic king Euric (c.
Kelly (eds.), New Approaches to Sidonius Apollinaris, Leuven--Paris: Peeters, 273-304.
ramirezi was obtained from a preserved syconium of F petenensis Lundell (=F apollinaris Dugand); voucher number 2502 deposited at INBio Herbarium, Santo Domingo de Heredia, Costa Rica.