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Synonyms for cosmopolite

a sophisticated person who has travelled in many countries

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and Cosmopolites sordidus), the most damaging insect pests for banana crops (Castrillon, 1989; Castano, 1992; Goitia & Cerda, 1998).
Banana weevil Cosmopolites sordidus Germar ovipositional preferences, timing of attack and larval survival survivorship in a mixed cultivar trial in Uganda.
A broca-do-rizoma, Cosmopolites sordidus (Germar), principal praga dos bananais, destaca-se por provocar elevados prejuizos a producao e pela distribuicao em praticamente todas as areas onde se cultiva banana (SILVA; FANCELLI, 1998; MESQUITA; ALVES, 1983).
(Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) (ZULUAGA, 2003); Cosmopolites sordidus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae); Aeneolamia varia (Homoptera: Cercopidae); Bemisia tabaci (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) (CUTHBERTSON et al., 2003; HEAD et al., 2004);
L'heure marocaine etait celle de l'amitie, de la convivialite et des rejouissances de l'ensemble des communautes cosmopolites presentes.
Chapter Two seeks to analyze McKay's Banjo or a Story without a Plot, through an examination of the protagonist Banjo, to see how his migrant or vagabond characters live as cosmopolites in Marseilles' metissage inclined port city.
Dans les paragraphes qui suivent, il sera question de demontrer comment la perspective cosmopolite bahai, telle qu'analysee et demontree a travers le discours et les pratiques religieuses des membres, permet l'elaboration de strategies (3) cosmopolites concretes dans lesquelles les individus peuvent s'engager.
In the gay community you meet a lot of the deracinated cosmopolites who populate conservative caricatures of the city (a role once played primarily by Jews).
Resumen: El picudo negro del platano Cosmopolites sordidus es una de las plagas que mayores danos causa al cultivo.
It defines the "cosmopolite," an early cognate of "cosmopolitan," as "a citizen of the world," listing as the first recorded instance Richard Hakluyt's 1598 reference to "cosmopolites" in his tale of King Edgar's travels.
Koppenhofer (1993) observed that females of the banana weevil, Cosmopolites sordidus Germar, laid an average of 2.7 eggs/week in rhizome and 0.7 eggs/week in banana pseudo stem in the laboratory, and oviposition declined in high populations.