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Definition of Lindia

Lindia
Lindia Lin"di*a (l[i^]n"d[i^]*[.a]), n. [NL.] (Zo["o]l.) A peculiar genus of rotifers, remarkable for the absence of ciliated disks. By some zo["o]logists it is thought to be like the ancestral form of the Arthropoda.

Meaning of Lindia from wikipedia

- Caligula lindia is a moth of the family Saturniidae. It was described by Moore in 1865. It is found in south-eastern Afghanistan north to the Salang P****...
- The Temple of Athena Lindia was a sanctuary in Lindos in Rhodes, dedicated to the goddess Athena. It was a significant Pan-****enic shrine of Athena and...
- times the acropolis of Lindos was dominated by the m****ive temple of Athena Lindia, which attained its final form in around 300 BC. In ****enistic and Roman...
- Syracuse, Italy Temple of Athena Alea, at Tegea, Greece Temple of Athena Lindia on Rhodos, Greece Temple of Athena Nike, also on the Athenian Acropolis...
- Diodorus Siculus, Danaus would have stopped and founded a sanctuary to Athena Lindia on the way from Egypt to Greece. Herodotus heard that the temple at Lindos...
- The Doric temple of Athena Lindia, Lindos...
- cylinder. tandoor Tandoori chicken Punjabi cuisine Punjabi bhatti Burum, Lindia (1992) A Guide to Ethnic Food in Los Angeles.HarperPerennial, [1] Macveigh...
- Labarr as Hélène Muriel Raymond Cordy as Charles Paul Azaïs as Bobby Andrée Lindia as Dolly Nilda Duplessy as L'amie René Dary as Delini Georges Malkine as...
- on Cape Sounion Temple of Apollo Epikourios at B****ae Temple of Athena Lindia at Lindos Temple of Dionysus at Teos M.B. Hollinshead, '"Adyton," "Opisthodomos...
- as well report on previous dedications of rulers and generals to Athena Lindia. The chronicle is inscribed on a marble slab, approximately eight-by-three...
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