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  • n. Plural form of genitor.


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  • Cavalry - One unit of Lance Spezatte, one unit of genitors and one unit of Stradiots.

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  • He was one of the tribunes, not by the means of the virtuous actions of his pro genitors, for he had been a gladiator, but he had obtained that post in the army by his having a robust body.

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  • So that we need not much wonder at those innumerable clouds of Locusts with which _Africa_, and other hot countries are so pestred, since in those places are found all the convenient causes of their production, namely, genitors, or Parents, concurrent receptacles or matrixes, and a sufficient degree of natural heat and moisture.

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  • What distinguishes contemporary alcophobes from their 19th century pro-genitors is that they are too smart to simply call for outright prohibition of alcohol, instead they seek a more subtle, cultural prohibition whereby drinking becomes 'de-normalised'.

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  • The Live show will feature all Ice Cube's classic songs from his 25 year career, including tracks from his time with genitors of hip-hop N.W.A. Breaking News

  • In the female genitors the stalks with inflorescences are cut, the buds castrated and then pollination carried out, keeping the stems in jars with water, fungicide and antibiotic, in a greenhouse.


  • The selection of genitors is one of the key elements in the NEIKER-Tecnalia programme; it has a Germoplasm Bank with 500 commercial varieties, apart from enhancement clones and species of the Solanum genus that form part of parentals employed in the crossing programmes.


  • The three initial and fundamental phases in the process are: selection of genitors, programme of crosses and the selection of seedlings in the first generation.


  • In the midst of these honours and distinctions, which were shewn to the Earl of Northumberland and his family; when he seemed to be in a state of prosperity beyond what any of his pro - genitors had experienced for many generations, he suddenly expe - rienced a fatal reverse, and was plunged in difficulties and trou - bles, which clouded the remaining part of his life.

    Collins's peerage of England; genealogical, biographical, and historical

  • O 1 may your Blessings prevail even above those of your pro - genitors 1 And may the Glorious Lord, long preserve you, &

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