The Prince of carpi said of Erasmus he was so thin-skinned that a fly would draw blood from him.
The Italian style, then, strictly interpreted, was simply the da carpi style.
Galerius subjugated the carpi, and transported the whole tribe into Pannonia.
For the most part they were in the da carpi style, to which he added a light charm.
carpi enjoys a different kind of honour, though as great in its way.
Has your ladyship looked yet into the works of the Prince of carpi?
Guicciardini from carpi, May 17, 1521, should be studied in this connection.
We may except a third, mentioned in the same legal act, and this was carpi, of whom I shall now proceed to treat.
carpi, the anatomist, mentions a child born in 1729, in whose head was found nothing but clear water without a vestige of brain.
carpi, for example, was preparing the ground where Aldus and Musurus flourished.
carpus car·pus (kär'pəs)
n. pl. car·pi (-pī')
The group of eight carpal bones and associated soft parts forming the joint between the forearm and the hand, articulating with the radius and indirectly with the ulna, and with the five metacarpal bones. Also called wrist.
The carpal bones considered as a group.