fictor

fictor

(ˈfɪktə)
n
(Crafts) obsolete a sculptor or carver
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Poio, pois, poivi, poitum, idest fingo, is, unde hic poeta, tae, idest fictor, et proprie carminis alta verba loquens [...].
The ommexechid Neuquenina fictor is the most notable case, since XR and Y may form up to 4 chiasmata (Mesa 1961, Table 2).
Et nunc, Domine, pater noster es tu, nos vero lutum; et fictor noster tu, et opera manuum tuarum omnes nos.
114 his suspicion is, with much greater probability, directed at matris, which he tentatively proposes to replace with fictor; though this has plenty of Manilian point, it leaves the origin of matris unexplained, and perhaps it is not surprising that Housman does not mention it in his ed.
Three of them show a recently established neo-XY sex-determining mechanism with full Y-XR pachytene pairing: Neuquenina fictor (Rehn) (Mesa 1960), Tetrixocephalus (= Calcitrena] willemsei Guerney & Lieberman (Mesa 1973, Mesa et al.
whereby [X.sub.it], is the observed data for the [i.sup.th] cross-section at time t, [F.sub.t] is the r x 1 vector of common fictors, [[lambda].sub.i] is the r x 1 vector of factor loadings, cu is the idiosyncratic component, [[lambda].sub.t]'[F.sub.t] is the common component of [X.sub.n], and' denotes the complex conjugate transpose of the matrix.
Lent and colleagues (Lent et al., 1994, 2001,2002; Lent, Brown, Schmidt, et al., 2003) concluded that the main environmental fictors are social supports and barriers (positive supports and negative supports).
Risk fictors for the metabolic syndrome: The Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) study, 1985-2001.
(2005) published cumulative impact and effect fictors for cposure to air pollutants, including air toxics and ozone.