Definition of agides. Meaning of agides. Synonyms of agides

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word agides. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word agides and, of course, agides synonyms and on the right images related to the word agides.

Definition of agides

No result for agides. Showing similar results...

Xylophagides
Xylophagides Xy`lo*phag"i*des, n. pl. [See Xylophagous.] (Zo["o]l.) A tribe or family of dipterous flies whose larv[ae] live in decayed wood. Some of the tropical species are very large.

Meaning of agides from wikipedia

- agide is an italian play by vittorio alfieri. it was first published in 1788.
- agide jacchia (january 5, 1875 – november 29, 1932) was an italian orchestral director. born in lugo di romagna, he studied at the conservatory of parma
- father down at the stables talking to agides about the sadness of aging, which causes niles to graciously say that agides came from himself and frasier (as
- maintenance. a-a-p is written and can be scripted in the python language. agide, the a-a-p gui ide, is a modular development framework. editing, building
- 1:56.9 q 3  tolly bolin (swe) 1:57.8 q 4  adje paulen (ned) 1:58.4 q 5  agide simonazzi (ita) 1:58.9 6  paul martin (sui) 1:59.0 7  karel frankenstein (tch)
- was vice-president, and alvin w. krech was the treasurer. in 1914, with agide jacchia conducting, the company premiered guido ferranti by jane van etten
- place athlete time qual. 1  eric sundblad (swe) 52.0 q 2  hec phillips (can) 52.3 q 3  agide simonazzi (ita) 53.0 4  purma bannerjee (ind) 53.1
- 1913–1916: otto urach 1915–1916: ernst schmidt 1916: josef pasternack 1917–1926: agide jacchia 1927–1929: alfredo casella 1930–1979: arthur fiedler 1955–1999: