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Termes

Termes \Ter"mes\ (t[~e]r"m[=e]z), n.; pl. Termites (-m[i^]*t[=e]z). [L. termes, tarmes, -itis, a woodworm. Cf. Termite.] (Zo["o]l.) A genus of Pseudoneuroptera including the white ants, or termites. See Termite.

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n. A (l en termite).

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So after a conference with his legates, interpreters and locals, he dispatched Lucius Titurius Sabinus and fifteen cohorts to winter at Termes, Celtiberian in populace but no longer keen to serve Sertorius.

If in the next campaign season they could damage Sertorius so badly he visibly reeled, places like Septimanca and Termes anxious to submit would increase.

A society of ants, bees, or termites achieves a kind of individuality at a higher level.

The carers are the workers-infertile males and females in the termites, infertile females in all other social insects.

Then we crawl close, morph termites, dig under the force field, and enter the termite holes in the outside of the building.

I think, judging from the termite Tobias brought us, that we are going to be mor-phing soldier termites.

So after a conference with his legates, interpreters and locals, he dispatched Lucius Titurius Sabinus and fifteen cohorts to winter at Termes, Celtiberian in populace but no longer keen to serve Sertorius.

Savine aimait a rappeler au moins en ces termes, dont il etait satisfait.

Immediatement il se rendit chez lui et tout de suite il ecrivit ses lettres, dont les termes etaient arretes dans sa tete.

And, by your leave, I shall him quite anon. Right in his churlish termes will I speak, I pray to God his necke might to-break.

And to Sympathy, Antipathy, Antiperistasis, Specificall Qualities, and other like Termes, which signifie neither the Agent that produceth them, nor the Operation by which they are produced.

Eftsoones there was presented to her eyeA comely knight, all arm'd in complete wize,Through whose bright ventayle lifted vp on hyeHis manly face, that did his foes agrize,And friends to termes of gentle truce entize,Lookt foorth, as Phoebus face out of the east,Betwixt two shadie mountaines doth arize.

This subtil clerk swich routhe had of this man, That nyght and day he spedde hym that he kan To wayten a tyme of his conclusioun, This is to seye, to maken illusioun By swich an apparence or jogelrye- I ne kan no termes of astrologye- That she and every wight sholde wene and seye That of Britaigne the rokkes were aweye, Or ellis they were sonken under grounde.

Her vp betwixt his rugged hands he reard,And with his frory lips full softly kist,Whiles the cold ysickles from his rough beard,Dropped adowne vpon her yuorie brest:Yet he himselfe so busily addrest,That her out of astonishment he wrought,And out of that same fishers filthy nestRemouing her, into his charet brought,And there with many gentle termes her faire besought.

Her faconde* eke full womanly and plain, *speech No counterfeited termes hadde she To seeme wise.