Tingis


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Tin´gis


n.1.(Zool.) A genus of small hemipterous insects which injure trees by sucking the sap from the leaves. See Illustration in Appendix.
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The people of Tangier (called Tingis then) lived in the rudest possible huts and dressed in skins and carried clubs, and were as savage as the wild beasts they were constantly obliged to war with.
PAaAaAeA hjuseks oli see, et Eesti suurimas tAaAaAeA AaAaAeA stusharus tekstiilit toimus sageli tAaAaAeA AaAaAeA tAaAaAeA lisid, mille tingis suurema palga nAaAaAeA udmine palkade tAaAaAeA ttu.
Il n'est pas precise si Baelo etait cite parce que digne de memoire (sa situation geographique en etant vraisemblablement la cause: voir PLINE L'ANCIEN, NH, V, 2 a propos du trajet le plus court evalue a 30 mille pas, soit pres de 45 km, entre Tingis et Baelo) ou parce que de nom aise a prononcer en langue latine.
1 1 1 Curculionidae 1 1 Tenebrionidae 1 2 Orthoptera Tettigoniidae nymph 0 0 Sap-sucking Hemiptera Unidentified nymph 1 1 Heteroptera Pentatomidae nymph 0 0 Rophalidae 0 0 Tingidae 1 12 Tingis sp.
inflata (Stal), from Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay; both were originally described in Tingis Fabricius, and transferred to Sphaerocysta with S.
Ville de quarante hectares faisant partie de la Mauretanie-Tingitane qui s'etendait du Nord de la peninsule a Sale (Necropole de Chellah) au Sud et a l'Est jusqu'a la riviere de l'Oued Laou et dont les sites principaux sont Volubilis, Sala (Chellah), Lixus, Banasa, Ceuta, Melilla et Tingis (actuelle Tanger).
Los recintos dobles que aparecen como depositos funerarios no son demasiado abundantes en las necropolis romanas y se encuentran modelos similares en Tiddis (Fevrier, 1967; Berthier, 2000) en el area argelina y en las necropolis del area del Cabo Espartel, como Bou Kachkach, en las proximidades de Tingis (Ponsich, 1970), quizas estas las mas faciles de emparentar con las de Baelo Claudia.
From about 1200 BCE, when the Phoenicians established Tingis (or modern Tangiers) as a trading outpost, Delgado follows a neat chronological account of the arrival and departure of various outside invaders, including the Romans, the Vandals, the Arabs, and finally the formal establishment of European colonialism in 1912.
Ohverdamise voimalikud kohaspetsiifilised motiivid on: 1) ohverdamist tingis eriline maastik, mis vois olla oluline individuaalsetel pohjustel; 2) deponeerimist tingis vajadus piiri fikseerimise jarele teatud situatsioonis (naiteks esivanema surma korral).
Pero Hanssen, remitiendo precisamente al Manual y tambien hablando de la vocal radical, considera que "cingis, tingis se transformaron foneticamente en cines, tines'.
Carthage (now Tunis) and Tingis (now Tangier) were Roman cities.