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Definition of Hebes
1. hebe [n] - See also: hebe
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Literary usage of Hebes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Catalogue of the Fishes in the British Museum by Albert Carl Ludwig Gotthilf Günther (1868)
"... hebes, Heckel, 1. c. ii. 3. p. 229, taf. 17. fig. 1, from the same locality, is probably identical with the preceding species; it was separated on ..."
2. Rambles in Italy, in the Years 1816--17 by James Sloan, Theodore Lyman (1818)
"Their look and movements are airy and animated, and their attitudes appear to have been studied in musses, and academies,—to be copied from the hebes, ..."
3. Antigua and the Antiguans: a Full Account of the Colony and Its Inhabitants by Flannigan, Mrs Lanaghan (1844)
"... home scenes— The young men—Extreme officiousness—Higher classes of colour— Coloured hebes—The chapel tea-party—Gastronomy and speeches —Wesleyan bazaar, ..."
4. The Hunter's Arcadia by Parker Gillmore (1886)
"Duiker Buck—hebes—Change of Camp. 4 IT is a wonderful circumstance, and especially applicable to African antelopes, that between the inner and outer skins ..."