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The asio accipitrinus is not rare hereabouts, nor is it dangerous to mankind.
The Flying Death Samuel Hopkins Adams
On several occasions, in winter, groups of long-eared owls (asio otus) have been found roosting in thickets of chinquapin oak.
The Forest Habitat of the University of Kansas Natural History Reservation Henry S. Fitch
Otus asio, the Screech Owl, are the scientific and common names of our little friend Solomon.
Bird Stories Edith M. Patch
asip American Society of Investigative Pathology Historical Examples There were at least two classes of priests who dealt in the occult—the bar, or seers, and the asip, or wizards. Myths & Legends of Babylonia & Assyria Lewis Spence
a district in SW Saudi Arabia. Historical Examples Asir might suit the naturalist or explorer who could adapt himself to his environment and respect local prejudice. Pan-Islam George Wyman Bury What we call a heathen is one who worships the old gods–the Asir. King Alfred’s Viking Charles W. Whistler There are those among you who […]
a suffix occurring in scientific, especially medical, words from Greek: psoriasis. Historical Examples Trich′ia, a folding inward of the eyelashes; Trichī′asis, a kidney disease: a morbid swelling of the breasts: trichia. Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 4 of 4: S-Z and supplements) Various suffix a variant of -iasis 1. Application Software Installation Server. 2. Ada […]
asitn American Society of Interventional and Therapeutic Neuroradiology