a widespread rot caused by the honey mushroom, Armillariella mellea, seriously damaging to the roots of various hardwoods, conifers, and other trees.
consisting of hoops or rings. Historical Examples This machine, he says, has a circumference of thirty-two feet, being constructed in the form of an armillary sphere. Terrestrial and Celestial Globes Vol II Edward Luther Stevenson The horizon diameter of this armillary sphere is about 21 cm. Terrestrial and Celestial Globes Vol I Edward Luther Stevenson […]
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an ancient instrument consisting of an arrangement of rings, all of which are circles of the same sphere, used to show the relative positions of the celestial equator, ecliptic, and other circles on the celestial sphere. Historical Examples This machine, he says, has a circumference of thirty-two feet, being constructed in the form of an […]
armillifer Armillifer Ar·mil·li·fer (är-mĭl’ə-fər) n. A genus of parasitic organisms, including the tongue worms, whose adult members are found in the lungs of reptiles and whose larvae or nymphs are sometimes found in human.
Usually, arms. weapons, especially . arms, Heraldry. the escutcheon, with its divisions, charges, and tinctures, and the other components forming an achievement that symbolizes and is reserved for a person, family, or corporate body; armorial bearings; . to enter into a state of hostility or of readiness for war. to equip with weapons: to arm […]