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solander

(səˈlændə)
n
(Botany) a box for botanical specimens, maps, colour plates, etc, made in the form of a book, the front cover being the lid
[C18: named after D. D. Solander (1736–82), Swedish botanist]
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And even in the days of Banks and Solander, Cooke's naturalists, we find a Danish member of the Academy of Sciences setting down certain Iceland Whales (reydan-siskur, or Wrinkled Bellies) at one hundred and twenty yards; that is, three hundred and sixty feet.
No; pari passu with Solander, who bought his knowledge with pain and privations
Lay suggests a somewhat strained relationship with Joseph Banks, who largely funded this expedition on which he and Daniel Solander sailed as naturalists.
Address for correspondence: Jodie Morris, School of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences, Solander Rd, James Cook University, Townsville, QLD 4811, Australia; email: jodie.
Charles Hufflet, director of New Zealand fishing company Solander, said the Tuna Commission has failed in its purpose.
I looked it up and it sort of freaked me out a little bit because I don't know anything about trekking," Solander told AFP in Kathmandu.
Among them were names for plants Daniel Carlsson Solander had brought back from Captain James Cook's first circumnavigation of the globe in 1768-71.
The minutiae of collecting and classification are absorbing: Daniel Solander, voyager with Cook, friend of Banks and a pupil of Carl Linnaeus, spent years classifying her shells on the Linnaean system.
Banks and Solander accompanied Cook in 1768-1771, Labillardiere sailed with d'Entreeasteaux in 1791-3 (Duyker, 2003), Lesueur with Baudin in 1801-(3), and Bauer with Flinders in 1801-3 (Fornasiero, Monteath, & West-Sooby, 2004) to name but a few.
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Mission officials said that the rover began climbing Solander Point on October 8 and climbed higher and higher on three additional drives since then.
Even if you're a retailer with 50 or more full-time employees and offer coverage, you can be subject to a penalty if the coverage is not considered affordable," says Adam Solander, on attorney and healthcare law specialist with Epstein, Becker & Green, based in Washington E.