candelabrum


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Synonyms for candelabrum

branched candlestick

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Deste modo, quando as condicoes estao favoraveis ao desenvolvimento de Cylindrocladium candelabrum, o uso de fungicidas torna-se necessario (FERREIRA et al., 2006).
Assim, o presente estudo objetivou avaliar a acao inibitoria in vitro dos extratos de Cinnamomum zeylanicum sobre o crescimento micelial do fitopatogeno Cylindrocladium candelabrum.
The shapes of the boreholes drilled by Pteropurpura (Ocinebrellus) inornatus and Boreotrophon candelabrum in the laboratory were similar to those of the boreholes observed in the field, supporting the indication that these muricid gastropods are predators of the Japanese scallop.
A particularly striking impression is created by a five-branch candelabrum and two differently-sized candleholders which are made of crystal, colour-sprayed in black, the latest fashion colour, the statement said.
It was them I turned to after seeing another candelabrum coming up for auction this week.
ICE BAR CHAIR; ZEON CRYSTAL 12-LIGHT PENDANT; CHROME PENGUIN ORNAMENT; FIVE-BRANCH CANDELABRUM; DUSTIN CEILING PENDANT; BRUSHED CHROME PHONE; CHROME BRUSHED SET; LARGE HAZEL PLATTER; CHROME TOAST RACK; FREE-STANDING SHOWER SEAT; PHILLIPE STARCK TOOTHBRUSH HOLDER
The candelabrum was among a collection of silverware that went under the hammer at Bonham's auctioneers, Knowle.
Designs For Better Giving has introduced a kinara, a candelabrum used for the Kwanzaa celebration which holds seven candles, three red, three green and one black.
The second miracle occurred in the temple, where the Maccabees found a small amount of olive oil to fuel the menorah, a nine-branched candelabrum. There was only enough oil to light the menorah for one day, and it would take eight days to produce new oil.
It was during this period that Piranesi decided to recreate the most ambitious candelabrum of all to form a funerary monument to himself as an heir to the creative fantasia of ancient Rome (Figs.
However, when they lit the "menorah" or the candelabrum, the light lasted for eight days, giving birth to the traditional eight-branched candelabrum, now known as the Hanukkah menorah, (https://www.myjewishlearning.com/article/hanukkah-at-home/) My Jewish Learning reported.