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  • Ossification(Definition of ossification)
  • In most respects hyla microcephala is distinct from the other species, and with the exception of the amount of ossification of the frontoparietals, the other species can be easily derived from a microcephala-like ancestor.

  • Intersection(Definition of intersection)
  • "from these roofs and the front projections at intersection of small gables, carved gargoyles to carry off water.

  • Edification(Definition of edification)
  • Whether he is right or not, one thing is certain, that sundry temples, of which the veritable jupiter has been "seized in fee tail," i think lawyers call it, from time immemorial, have quietly become "st. peter's churches," to the great edification of the christian world, and incredible advancement of religion and piety.

  • Intoxication(Definition of intoxication)
  • Those who have experience of active service will tell us what the intoxication of the cavalry charges meant, of what blood ney's brain was full, and why that order for the infantry came too late.

  • Intensification(Definition of intensification)
  • However, some individual cases are worthy of special mention as illustrative of intensification of hereditary tendencies.

  • Notification(Definition of notification)
  • It was decided that the opening should take place on wednesday, the 24th of june, 1829, and notification of this intention was published in the press.

  • Identification(Definition of identification)
  • Do you deny that you told maurice all that judith sabin told you-together with her identification of myself?"

  • Unification(Definition of unification)
  • A real unification of the two communities lying upon either side of the atlantic, and even a close approximation to proportionate representation, would constitute an excellent way out of the present difficulties.

  • Indemnification(Definition of indemnification)
  • At the same time another indemnification of a hundred and fifty thousand francs was granted to the duchess of bourbon.

  • Nitrification(Definition of nitrification)
  • As we shall have occasion to see more fully in the following chapter on nitrification, the formation of nitrates is chiefly limited to the surface-soil, the largest proportion being formed within the first 9 or 12 inches.

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