the bones of Don Christopher de Gama in a decent place, and sent them the May following to the viceroy of the Indies, together with his arms, which had been presented me by a gentleman of Abyssinia, and a picture of the Virgin Mary, which that gallant Portuguese always carried about him.
Specimens described here are reposited
in the Cleveland Museum of Natural History invertebrate paleontology collection, all under lot number CMNH 16597.
Cohen's undated comment about the cremation (on the back of the document) are reposited
in the American Jewish Archives.
All 150 specimens are reposited
in the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago (FMNH PF).
Collected specimens have been reposited
at Biosystematics laboratory, Department of Entomology, Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi as reference collection for future taxonomic studies.These studies will be very important to combat against misuse of pesticides by replacing the use of isects as biological control and other field of biological research.
In seeking to transcend a constantly reposited
binary of communal versus individual ownership, the issues are intricate and parsed out with tremendous care.
While in the invagination group (Group A), after dissection the entire sac was reposited
into the peritoneal cavity.
The antecedent thereby is reposited
and resignified via subsequent usages and references." (63) Simply by engaging with or drawing on these norms, actors at different levels may reinterpret them in a way that suits their particular context and interests.
Such a community of equals "is not a goal to be reached, but a supposition to be posited from the outset and endlessly reposited
" (page 84).
Then by applying synchronous and meticulous pressure and inward force, prolapsed mass was completely pushed inside vulva and reposited
. By using a clenched fist mass was pressed forward to full length of arm beyond cervical ring.
The collection is reposited
in the Indiana Geological Survey/Indiana University repository as numbers 18,225 through 18, 267.
The only American writer celebrated among '"these indestructible memorials of real genius'" is Charles Brockden Brown, although he is not mentioned by name: "In an obscure and shadowy niche was reposited
the bust of our countryman, the author of 'Arthur Mervyn'" (174).