coenobium


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coenobium

(siːˈnəʊbɪəm)
n
1. a monastery or convent
2. zoology botany a colony of cells with little specialization
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--"L'ottimismo di Schopenhauer." Coenobium 6 (1907): 84-92.
The phytoplanktonic density was performed according to the American Public Health Association--APHA (1995) and the result, expressed in individuals (cells, coenobium or colonies) per milliliter.
For the cappelletti filling: * Olive oil as needed 1 small yellow onion, thinly sliced 3 cups fresh corn kernels 2 tablespoons heavy cream 2 cups finely grated Parmigiano-Reggiano 1 tablespoon Champagne vinegar Salt and freshly ground black pepper For the cappelletti: 1 recipe Ravioli Dough (page 38) Flour as needed Semolina flour as needed To serve: 28 cappelleitt from above 8 ounces butter, chilled, diced 1 cup corn stock 1/4 cup fresh corn kernels Freshly squeezed lemon juice Finely chopped chives Salt For the garnish: Thinly sliced lardo Bitter honey Buckwheat leaves and blossoms Finely crated Parmigiano-Reggiano * yields more than needed for plating Trebbiano Blend 'Coenobium'
Novae Andalusiae, Crescit ad arbores in convalle temperata, juxta coenobium Caripense, 430 hexap., IX.", F.
The fantasy dominating the anchorite who is prey of acedia seems to allude to the wish to meet as early as possible the human beings he shares his life with and to the obvious experience of frustration enforced by the rigid rules of the coenobium. In it the monk was allowed to enjoy interpersonal relationships only within very restricted temporal boundaries (essentially only at the evening meal during weekdays).