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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mamillar
Literary usage of Mamillar
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Atlantic Journal and Friend of Knowledge by Constantine Samuel Rafinesque (1833)
"It is called cedru di mari or sea citron in Sicily, resembling outside a large citron rough or somewhat mamillar, inside quite smooth, substance thick ..."
2. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1921)
"Nearly white; smooth save for a group of spiral grooves at the base; spire very short, apex mamillar; columellar fold very heavy and prominent. ..."
3. Journal of the Royal Microscopical Society by Royal Microscopical Society, London (1882)
"On each side of the octagon is a rounded, somewhat mamillar portion, bearing the stigma, which is dorsal. The stig- matic organs (or hairs) are long, ..."
4. Ichthyologia Ohiensis, Or, Natural History of the Fishes Inhabiting the by Constantine Samuel Rafinesque, Richard Ellsworth Call (1899)
"... young fishes they are rather convex above and evidently radiated and mamillar; while in the old fishes they become smooth, truncate, and shining white. ..."
5. The European Journals of William Maclure by William Maclure, John S. Doskey (1988)
"... chalcedony: crystalline and mamillar] in rock from which bitumen issued. It is sometimes fixed in one and sometimes in the other [sic]. ..."