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  • bay forms a natural harbour secured against storms by the promontory of Portofino, which acts as a breakwater. Two piers (the smaller one begun in 1133)
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  • larger spines 0.15, of the two smaller 0.12. Habitat.—Mediterranean (Portofino near Genoa), surface. 2. Plagiocarpa procyrtella, n. sp. Spines of form
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  • spines 0.2 to 0.4, breadth 0.002 to 0.004. Habitat.—Mediterranean (Cette, Portofino, Messina). 4. Acanthometron bulbosum, Haeckel. Acanthometra bulbosa
    136 KB (19,056 words) - 17:58, 31 December 2013
  • which the Duke of Milan lost Bergamo and Brescia, and the naval battle of Portofino (1431) disastrous to the Genoese allies of Milan. The peace concluded
    26 KB (4,290 words) - 04:55, 4 June 2014
  • the Venetian squadron defeated the Genoese allies of the Visconti at Portofino (1431). When peace was made, Venice retained her acquisitions. In 1437
    45 KB (7,419 words) - 20:43, 21 April 2013
  • the Canary Islands (1866), in the Mediterranean at Corfu (1877), and Portofino (1880), as well as in Ceylon (1881), of observing the development of flagellate
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  • 1 to 0.13; length of the spines 0.05 to 0.15. Habitat.—Mediterranean (Portofino, 1880), Atlantic (Canary Islands), Station 354, surface. Genus 403
    227 KB (32,193 words) - 14:48, 24 December 2013
  • species I found afterwards at Villafranca near Nice, in 1864 (L. N. 19), at Portofino near Genoa (1880), at Corfu (1877), and at other points on the coast.
    49 KB (7,678 words) - 17:18, 17 December 2013
  • hole. The peculiar network of a complete specimen, observed by me at Portofino in 1880, was so similar to that of Spongodictyon trigonizon, described
    143 KB (21,030 words) - 14:17, 24 December 2013
  • by-spines. (Some recent observations on this species, made during 1880 in Portofino, have convinced me that the interpretation of it given in my Monograph
    185 KB (26,745 words) - 14:52, 24 December 2013
  • 12; breadth of the spines 0.006. Habitat.—Mediterranean; Nice, Müller; Portofino, near Genoa, Haeckel, surface. Subgenus 3. Phatnaspidium, Haeckel.
    80 KB (11,805 words) - 14:50, 24 December 2013
  • diameter of the medullary shell 0.05. Habitat.—Mediterranean, surface, Portofino near Genoa, Haeckel. 11. Druppula oliva, n. sp. Cortical shell thick
    329 KB (49,274 words) - 15:00, 24 December 2013
  • an arrow which almost deprived him of his sight. There he was lying in Portofino in these marvellously beautiful foothills along the Genoese coast, and
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  • Number 14 v. Arizona Title Ins. and Trust Co. 673 F.2d 1338 Lavine v. Portofino 673 F.2d 1338 Keith Bunker, Inc. v. United States 673 F.2d 1338 Mills
    107 KB (9,952 words) - 00:10, 17 April 2012
  • 008, of the outer 0.016; pores 0.002 to 0.006. Habitat.—Mediterranean, Portofino near Genoa, surface; also fossil in the Tertiary rocks of Sicily; Caltanisetta
    530 KB (76,000 words) - 14:58, 24 December 2013
  • of the shell 0.22, of the pores 0.002 to 0.02. Habitat.—Mediterranean, Portofino (Haeckel), surface. Genus 721. Conchasma, n. gen. Definition.—Concharida
    150 KB (22,778 words) - 14:26, 24 December 2013
  • nucleus 0.06 to 0.1, of the calymma 0.8 to 1.2. Habitat.—Mediterranean; Portofino, near Genoa (Haeckel); Messina (Hertwig). 2. Phæodina cannopylea, n
    211 KB (30,347 words) - 14:14, 24 December 2013
  • for instance (whence you will be able to explore Santa Margherita and Portofino) I would recommend the cheap little Albergo della Posta, right on the
    345 KB (61,297 words) - 07:59, 13 February 2015
  • —Shell 0.16 long, 0.12 broad; mouth 0.05 broad. Habitat.—Mediterranean (Portofino near Genoa), surface. 2. Cyrtocalpis reticulum, n. sp. Shell smooth
    1.08 MB (153,241 words) - 13:58, 24 December 2013