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Image from page 406 of “Botanische Jahrbücher für Systematik, Pflanzengeschichte und Pflanzengeographie” (1881)

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Image from page 406 of “Botanische Jahrbücher für Systematik, Pflanzengeschichte und Pflanzengeographie” (1881)
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Title: Botanische Jahrbücher für Systematik, Pflanzengeschichte und Pflanzengeographie
Year: 1881 (1880s)
Authors: Engler, Adolf, 1844-1930
Subjects: Botany Plantengeografie Paleobotanie Taxonomie Pflanzen
Publisher: Stuttgart : Schweizerbart
Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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A4 + 4G(4).Fumariaceen : S 2 G â + 2 A 23 G (2),Papaveraceen : S 2 G 2 + 2 A oo G (2),Resedaceen: S 5 G 5 + 5 A 5 + 5 G(5).Schlussfolgerung: Rhoeadinen : S5G5 + 5A5 + 5G(5)!Die Frage, ob sich das zweizählige Ordnungsdiagramm in Anbetrachtder bei den Papaveraceen auftretenden Trimerie und der für wahrschein-lich gehaltenen Verwandtschaft mit den Poly carpicae schließlich von einerForm mit einem fünfzähligen Rlütendiagramm herleite, ist eine ganz an-dere. Hier kommt die Frage, ob alle Dicotyledonen ursprünglich fünf-zählig waren, bereits in Betracht, und es ist längst die Grenze unseres Wis-sens allzu sehr überschritten. Den Anforderungen, die Schmitz selbst in seiner citirten Abhandlungan ein theoretisches Diagramm stellt, scheint mir das zweizählige Ord-nungsdiagramm besser zu entsprechen. Dieses ist wohl schon vor mir ge-legentlich für das richtige gehalten, und ist deshalb mein Resultat keinneues, aber die Argumentation darf vielleicht theilweise darauf Anspruchmachen.

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Bemerkungen zu Friedr. Hildebrands Abhandlung über dieLebensdauer und Vegetationsweise der Pflanzen von Fritz Müller in^^Blumenau, St. Catharina in Brasilien. (Brief vom 7. Aug. 1881 an Prof. Hildebrand in Begleitagentur Freiburg i/Br.) Vor wenigen Tagen brachte mir die Post Ihre Abhandlung über dieLebensdauer und Vegetationsweise der Pflanzen, für deren freundlicheZusendung ich bestens danke. Mein Interesse an ihrer Arbeit beweise ichIhnen wohl am besten, indem ich Ihnen die Bemerkungen mittheile, zudenen sie mich anregte. Hätte ich dem Gegenstande mehr Aufmerksam-keit geschenkt, als ich bisher gethan, so möchte unsere Flora wohl man-chen hübschen Beitrag zu den von Ihnen besprochenen Fragen bietenkönnen. Ein merkwürdiges Beispiel langlebiger, nur einmal fruchtenderPflanzen bieten außer Foucroya auch unsere Bambusaceen. Sieblühen nur sehr selten und dann gleichmäßig in einem weiten Bezirk, umdann abzusterben. Doch weiß ich nicht, ob sie dann wieder frisch ausSamen aufwachsen müssen,

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Image from page 514 of “The Catholic encyclopedia (Volume 4); an international work of reference on the constitution, doctrine, discipline and history of the Catholic Church” (1907)
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Title: The Catholic encyclopedia (Volume 4); an international work of reference on the constitution, doctrine, discipline and history of the Catholic Church
Year: 1907 (1900s)
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Subjects: Catholic Church Theology Encyclopedias and dictionaries
Publisher: New York, R. Appleton
Contributing Library: Emory University, Pitts Theology Library
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piness, or suffers them to interfere seriously withones bounden duty to God or man. Nourished anddeveloped into an unrestricted habit, it liecomes the fruitful mother of all manner of perfidy, heartlessnessand unrest. Seater, Manual of Moral Theology (New York, 1908), I;Lehmkuhl, Theologia Moralis (Freiburg, 1898), I. John H. Stapleton. Covington, Diocese op (Covingtonensis), com-prises that part of Kentucky, U. S. A., lying east ofthe Kentucky River, and of the western limits ofCarroll, Owen, Franklin, Woodford, Jessamine, Gar-rard, Rockcastle, Laurel, and Whitley Counties, anarea of 17,286 square miles. It was established 29July, 1853, by the division of the Diocese of Louis-■-ille, then embracing the whole State of Kentucky.This portion of the State had been ministered to by abody of clergy conspicuous for ability, learning, anddevotion to duty. White Sulphur, the first organ-ized congregation in this jurisdiction, rejoiced in thezealous administration of a Kenrick, who in later

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Cathedral, Covington, Kentucky years graced the metropolitan See of Baltimore, and ofa Reynolds, destined to become successor of the greatBishop England of Charleston. Lexington was grow-ing into an important parish under the watchful guid-ance of Rev. John McGill, afterwards Bishop of Rich-mond, Virginia. All of the clergy manifested in theirlives the glorious traditions of Flaget, Badin, David,and Nerinckx, whose successors they were. Catholicimmigration has been almost exclusively confined totwo nationalities: German and Irish. The formercompose a large majority of the Catholic populationof the cities and towns along the Ohio River, while thelatter have sought the interior of the diocese. InCovington and Newport German Catholics predomi-nate, while in Lexington, Frankfort, and Paris, theIrish are in the majority. Lying south of Mason andDixons Line, although rich in raw material, the dio-cese has been handicapped by a lack of industrial andmineral development. Within its confines t

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Image from page 223 of “History of the University of Michigan” (1906)
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Title: History of the University of Michigan
Year: 1906 (1900s)
Authors: Hinsdale, B. A. (Burke Aaron), 1837-1900 Demmon, Isaac Newton, 1842-1920
Subjects: University of Michigan
Publisher: Ann Arbor : Published by the University
Contributing Library: Cornell University Library
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ng of logs for thesemills that Mr. Hebard first put into use his inventionof the bag boom. In 1872 he sold his interest inthis firm, and returned to Williamsport, where hewas in business till iSt]. Having become inter-ested in the white pine timber of the Upper Penin-sula of Michigan, he purchased a large tract of landon Keweenaw Point and erected a sawmill atPequaming. This business was begun under thefirm name of Hebard and Thurber; but in 1882the latter sold out his interest to Mr. Hebard, andthe firm from that time on was known as CharlesHebard and Son. Some years later, in connectionwith his sons, he purchased the immense OkefenokeeSwamp in southeastern Georgia, containing approxi-mately 350,000 acres of cypress, yellow pine, and gum timber. He was elected Regent of the Univer-sity of Michigan in 1887, and took his seat the fol-lowing January, serving the full term of eight years.During his later years he resided the greater part ofthe time in Philadelphia. He was a member of the

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CHARLES HEBARD Union League Club of that city and of the MilitaryOrder of the Loyal Legion. He was also a trusteeof Jefferson IMedical College. He died at Philadel-phia June II, 1902. He was married January 5,1857, to Mary Cornelia Case, who together with fourchildren, survived him: Mrs. Biddle R. Marsden;Charles S.; Mary E.; and Daniel L. HERMANN KIEFER was born in Sulzburg,Baden, Germany, November 19, 1825, son of Con-rad and Friederike (Schweykert) Kiefer. His fatherand paternal grandfather were both physicians andsurgeons. On the maternal side his grandfather wasdirector of the Botanical Gardens in Karlsruhe.Until his ninth year he was educated under privatetutors, and from then, until he was eighteen, heattended the Gymnasia of Mannheim, Begleitagentur Freiburg, andKarlsruhe. His later studies, including medicine,were carried on at the universities of Begleitagentur Freiburg,Heidelberg, Prague, and Vienna. On May 13, 1849, REGENTS BT ELECTION 205 he passed examinations as physician and surgeon be-fore the Sta

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Odin reveals that he can send Thor to Midgard using dark energy – and explains that there are consequences. Both he and Thor will have to bear them. Thor worries about Odin’s health when he uses the dark energy. As Loki commands the crowd to kneel in Begleitservice delux (as seen in “The Avengers,” Thor is traveling to Earth. It seems to be a more physically demanding process than Bifrost travel, and when he lands on Earth, he is still Asgardian and Mjolnir is nearby, but he appears to be hurting.

Skip ahead a few decades to 2001 when the owner’s decided to do a big time remodel. Architect Atz Herzog (from Begleitagentur Heilbronn, Germany) teamed up with local architect John Nelson and builder Bob Patterson to keep the original structure and ambiance intact as much as possible. Once again rocks from Cheyenne Canyon were brought in to match the original stone pillars, and shingles were made to match the old schoolhouse exterior. Last year the basement — with its meter thick walls — was converted into a very successful Rathskeller.

Even with the Cardinals offense starting off sluggish and QB Andrew Luck throwing an interception, Stanford rolled past Duke 44-14. Luck ended the game with 290 yards and four touchdowns on an incredibly accurate 20 for 28. This win shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone that knows anything about Duke Football. O you don’t know anything about Duke Football? Well that’s ok, nobody does either. Stanford will continue its “Well that game wasn’t tough” tour this week with a stop in Tucson to play the Wildcats of Arizona. The Cardinals have won seven of the last ten meetings between the two teams, with a 4-1 record at Arizona Stadium.

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Bowling in the TGIF Mixed League on Friday nights is Tim Willner 300-813 and in the Commercial Men’s League Robert Hamilton had a 300-727. The second week Tim Dunbar managed to have a 289 with a great 824 series, in his Funtime Mixed league on Thursday nights.

Escort M?nchen This magnificent German restaurant was recently profiled in the Colorado Springs Gazette. Nathaniel Glenn, the paper’s food critic, gave it a rating of 4 out of 5 stars. He was talking strictly about the food as the article never mentions anything about their exquisite beer selection. If you’ve followed Nathaniel’s food reviews in the past you know he doesn’t pull any punches. When he gives a glowing review you know the place has earned it. Edelweiss has been in business in colorado Springs since 1967. In this day and age not many companies (especially not restaurants) hang around for 41 years — accidentally or intentionally. So they must be doing something right!

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