The appearance of the ke and the arrangement of its bridges are shown in fig. 17.
This mask (fig. 127) is peculiar to the young, or larva and pupa of the Dragon fly.
This defect can fortunately be corrected by the method shown in fig. 112.
Another friend of the agriculturist is the Phymata erosa (fig. 263).
The calyptra (fig. 24) is half-cleft (dimidiate) and very hairy.
The details of a box for this purpose can best be shown by a diagram (fig. 3).
The circuit arrangement of one of these is shown in fig. 497.
The above (fig. 47) is the portrait of a "volume" in perfect condition.
For an example of these see the house of Jaques Cœur (fig. 7).
fig. 10 applies to the introduction of the carbide into the water.