Prodromus


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Prod´ro`mus


n.1.A prodrome.
2.A preliminary course or publication; - used esp. in the titles of elementary works.
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Then, there are the Prodromus whales of the old Scotch Sibbald, and Jonah's whale, as depicted in the prints of old Bibles and the cuts of old primers.
Prodromus faunae Zeylanicae being contributionsto the zoology of Ceylon.
El metodo, el sistema, el orden se guardara en los prodromus. Ahora se trata de asegurar los generos que con indecible constancia hallo el ilustre Mutis; se trata de que los extranjeros terminen sus conquistas sobre la flora de Bogota, conquistas que disminuyen la gloria de la Nacion y la de Mutis.
It was intended, to be sure, as a tool for attacking Islam--its first massive volume was called Prodromus ad refutationem Alcorani and abundant further polemical content appears as notes to the Latin translation in volume two.
It was published in Latin as Prodromus Vindictae in Ducem Buckinghamiae, and in English as The Forerunner of Revenge upon the Duke of Buckingham for poisoning the most potent James.
In Prodromus Florian Norfolk (1833) he named plants for the collector and Austrian botanical illustrator Ferdinand Bauer (1760-1826), (Zehneria baueriana).
Prodromus systematis naturalis regni vegetabilis, sive, Enumeratio contracta ordinum generum specierumque plantarum hue usque cognitarium, juxta methodi naturalis, normas digesta auctore Aug.