claviger


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claviger

(ˈklævɪdʒə)
n
a key- or club-bearer
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Emaar Hospitality Group, the hospitality and leisure business of Emaar Properties, has partnered with Claviger, the region's leading sales representation group, to promote the sales of hotel rooms across the GCC region.
Emaar Hospitality Group, the hospitality and leisure business of Emaar Properties PJSC, has partnered with Claviger, the region's leading sales representation group, to promote the sales of hotel rooms across the GCC region.
Emaar Hospitality Group has partnered with Claviger, a Middle East based sales representation group, in order to promote the sales of hotel rooms across the GCC region, the Group said in a press statement.
Mosquito species 2013 HC 2014 HC 2014 Biodiversa Aedes cinereus/geminus 6 6 299 Aedes vexans 1718 1847 4417 Anopheles algeriensis 4 -- -- Anopheles claviger -- -- -- Anopheles hyrcanus 145 63 -- Anopheles maculipennis complex 14 2 13 Anopheles plumbeus 9 26 150 Coquillettidia richiardii 2169 4333 1287 Culex martinii -- -- 66 Culex modestus 31 8 -- Culex pipiens complex/Cx.
But I know that he who is called the Pontifex, the Builder of the Bridge, is called the Claviger, or bearer of the Key; and that such keys were given to bind and loose when he was a poor fisher in a far province, beside a small and almost secret sea.
Behavioural interactions between the ant Lasius flavus (Formicidae) and the myrmecophilous beetle Claviger testaceus (Pselaphidae).
A similar bauplan of the RTA with a strongly sclerotised dorsal part and a membranous ventral part as well as the two tegular apophyses are known for Olios claviger (Pocock, 1901) (jager & Kunz 2005: figs 320-322), O.
Efficacy of toxic sugar baits against adult cistern-dwelling Anopheles claviger. Trans.
Lentic (vascular Climber; hydrophytes); Clinger Cosmopolitan Robackia claviger Lotic (sandy substrata) Burrower (Townes) Rheosmittia arcuata Lotic (sandy substrata) Burrower Caldwell Saetheria sp.
claviger (Meigen 1804) might have locally contributed to the disease transmission (1).
claviger S.S in France, neighbouring countries (88) and in Europe (89) was studied in detail.
Three men are pictured with a bicycle each - the 1871 bone shaker, 1887 Rover and 1988 Claviger lever driven bicycle - which are described as "antiquities".