lacuna

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an interval during which continuity is suspended

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a blank gap or missing part

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an ornamental sunken panel in a ceiling or dome

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As Rosen (1988b) reconstructs the scenario that the iambographer's very lacunose fr.
il tema del mare, cosi come si articola e si svolge nella poesia morale (e in parte in quella amorosa) di don Francisco con una continuita di cui non ci permettono di dubitare le pur lacunose certezze cronologiche che possediamo, e tributario in qualche modo della visione di Omero?
Nevertheless, any attempt at a plausible reconstruction of the historical context must begin with the greatest possible confidence in the epigraphic evidence for tribute collection during the Peace, however lacunose it is; and uncertainty itself constitutes an important kind of knowledge.
lacunose grown in Pb-free hydroponic culture showing biomass reductions in plants grown in Bayport soil.
5 Teubner pages), but the last is likely to be effected by epitomizing or lacunose transmission (see n.
The more lacunose the evidence, the greater the interpretative hazards, and the greater the need for an editor both knowledgeable and skillful.
With this material they have restored the only complete manuscript of the Enchiridion (MS A), which is an editor's nightmare, lacunose and carelessly copied, very successfully, apart from a few exceptions.
Moreover, the text was copied from two separate exemplars--probably because, as Metzer conjectures, the preferred exemplar was lacunose.