Definition of Bivia

1. bivium [n] - See also: bivium



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bivia

bivatuzumab
bivaulted
bive
bivector
bivectors
biventer
biventer cervicis
biventer lobule
biventer mandibulae
biventral
biventral lobule
biventricular
biverbal
bivi
bivi bag
bivia (current term)
bivial
bivies
bivinyl
bivinyls
bivious
bivis
bivittate
bivium
bivocal
bivoltine
bivouac
bivouac sack
bivouac sacks
bivouack

Literary usage of Bivia

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1. A Classed and Annotated Bibliography of the Paleozoic Crustacea 1698-1892 by Anthony Wayne Vogdes (1893)
"bivia White, 1874; Rep. Invert. Foss. US Geog. and Geol. Survey W. 100th Mer., p. 11. ... bivia White, 1877; US Geog. and Geol. Survey W. 100th Mer., ..."

2. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1890)
"... is the Basin of Latón« •¡r the Frogs, with a white marble group of Letona with Apollo and bivia. Beyond the Tapis Vert is the large Basin of Apollo, ..."

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