There is a faint development of these ridges, but behind the palatine foramina in Dasyprocta aguti.
And after a while the litter bore him in the direction of the palatine.
La palatine had counted upon the general confusion to smuggle herself in and to create a precedent.
The Capitol will turn into dust, and the palatine into dust.
palatine (from palatium, meaning palace) was a name given to a count, or ruler of a district, who had almost regal power.
From the time that he had left the palatine they had been stifling him like a nightmare, and rending his ears.
Severus Libius was his successor, and he was poisoned within the walls of the palatine, August 465.
One series is in the so-called house of Livia or Germanicus on the palatine.
After this, he was frequently employed in embassies from the electors palatine to England and Poland.
Did he not defeat, nay crush, the palatine on the white hills of Prague?
mid-15c., from Middle French palatin (15c.) and directly from Medieval Latin palatinus "of the palace" (of the Caesars), from Latin palatium (see palace). Used in English to indicate quasi-royal authority. Reference to the Rhineland state is from c.1580.
palatine pal·a·tine (pāl'ə-tīn')
Of or relating to the palate.