Soboles

Sob´o`les


n.1.(Bot.) A shoot running along under ground, forming new plants at short distances.
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warmingiana Mello-Silva & Pirani, a primeira pelas grandes folhas glabras na face adaxial e densamente tomentosas na abaxial, de grande beleza; e a segunda, pelo tamanho diminuto de suas partes aereas e grandes soboles subterraneos (RIZZINI; HERINGER, 1962, MELLO-SILVA et al., 2012).
Romae principis urbeum Dignatur soboles inter amabiles Vatum ponere me choros, Et jam dente minus mordeor invido.
Lagkhner had already gained some renown through his Soboles musica, published in Nuremberg in 1602 by Abraham Wagenmann, which exhibited a distinctively Venetian handling of vocal groups.
(46.) Est deus est trinum semper laudabile numen, / unde trahunt rerum semina primagenus / Spirituum soboles caelique decemplicis astra, / astrorumque vices multiplicesque viae/ Sunt animae divum nitido quos aethere virtus / donat et hos sanctos indigetesque vocant / et quae materiam praebent elementa caducis / Rebus & aeternae dant alimenta neci.
Other pieces in the concert are by composers who benefited directly from his patronage, including Heroum Soboles by Lassus and Parce Mihi by Don Fernando de las Infantas.