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Lithodomus Li*thod"o*mus, n. [NL. See Lithodome.] (Zo["o]l.) A genus of elongated bivalve shells, allied to the mussels, and remarkable for their ability to bore holes for shelter, in solid limestone, shells, etc. Called also Lithophagus. Note: These holes are at first very small and shallow, but are enlarged with the growth of the shell, sometimes becoming two or three inches deep and nearly an inch diameter.

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- from the dom0 the hypervisor can be managed and unprivileged domains ('domu') can be launched. the dom0 domain is typically a version of
- the main inspiration for domu came partly from an apartment complex otomo lived in when he first moved to tokyo & partly from a news
- external links : domus. ac. za official website. south africa. category:musicology category:libraries in stellenbosch category:music libraries
- domu (dom) is a papuan language of new guinea. references : category:southeast papuan languages.
- the domus aurea (latin , 'golden house') was a large landscaped portico villa built by the emperor nero in the heart of ancient rome ,
- domus is an architecture and design magazine founded in 1928 by architect gio ponti and barnabite father giovanni semeria. editoriale domus
- domus academy is a private school of design in milan, italy . it offers post-graduate and professional courses in fashion, industrial
- in ancient rome , the domus (plural domūs, genitive domūs or domī) was the type of house occupied by the upper cl****es and some wealthy
- lost: via domus (loosely 'the way home' in latin marketed as lost: the video game in europe ) is a video game based on the abc
- domus dei (hospital of saint nicholas and saint john the baptist ) was an almshouse and ho****e established in around 1212 a.d.