FISCALISED TEN-SQUARE REVISITED.
Regrettably, since the passing of Rex Gooch in 2007, little new work has been done on large squares. Rex's DESCENDANT ten-square is considered by most to be the finest example found so far.
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FISCALISED past tense of fiscalise, variant of 'fiscalize' (see -ise), to subject to fiscal control; to take charge of or manage as a source of revenue. [Web2] 'The west has fiscalised its basic power relationships through a web of contracts, loans, shareholdings, bank holdings and so on.' [quotes.yourdictionary.com, Julian Assange, 3 Dec 2010 (Net)] IMPOLARITY separation of poles; absence of polarity (translated). [Sadler's New and Copious English and French Dictionary, Percy Sadler, 1867] 'The magnets are set. in opposing pairs N and S, plus and minus,... and the neutral is the central core of air space, or neutralised interpolar energy. And this neutrality or impolarity is the real source of the electric current.' [The Physics of the Primary State of Matter, Cyril W Davson, 1955, p147] SPALACINES blind mole-rats of the subfamily Spalacinae. [F&W] 'Interestingly, whereas spalacines and bathyergids in the Old World lost their sight and have become completely subterranean, their New World counterparts, geomyids and octodontids, converged to similar habitats retaining their eyes and sight.' [Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia, 2nd Ed., Vol 12, 2003, p77] COLD NOSERS the same as 'wildcatters', individuals or companies that explore areas far away from places where minerals, etc. are known to occur. [Dictionary of Mining, Mineral and Related Terms, 2nd Ed., US Bureau of Mines, 1996] A coldnoser is also a hunting dog that follows cold trails, or someone who lives in a cold place. 'He took the coldnoser out with his hottest nose dog and stayed with him constantly before the race started.' [www.americanbeagler, Coldtrailin, 28 Nov 2003 (Net)] 'You mean you coldnosers don't all live in log cabins?' [www.ptcruiserlinks, 25 Feb 2009 (Net)] ALAN BROWNE an American bank consultant (1908-88). [Who's Who in America, 45th Ed., 1988-89] Sportsmen named Alan Browne include an Irish international footballer [Wiki], an Irish hurling player [Wiki], and a New Zealand polo representative. [The Polo Encyclopedia, 2nd Ed., H Laffaye, 2015] LA CORALINA a locality in the Artemisa province, western Cuba, just northeast of the city of San Cristobal. [Geonames Gazetteer, www.geonames.org , 2019 (Net)] IRISOLONES plural of irisolone, a colourless estrogenic compound derived from certain irises. [Dictionary of Organic Compounds, 6th Ed.,1996] 'Fig. 1. Ultraviolet spectra of natural and synthetic irisolone in ethanol.' [Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan, Vol 38, Issue 1, 1965, p889] Dr Trevor Kitson of the Institute of Fundamental Science at Massey University, New Zealand, states that if a chemist made irisolone synthetically in a lab he might say 'the synthetic and natural irisolones proved identical in every detail.' [Email, 22 Jun 2004] SINEWINESS the state or quality of being sinewy; firm strength. [OED] ETERNNESSE variant of ' eternness', eternity. 'What impossible mixtures? Vice and virtue, corruption and eternnesse.' [OED, 1608 quot.] DYSSEASSES plural of dysseasse, a 16th century form of the noun 'disease'. [OED]
F&W Funk & Wagnall's New Standard Dictionary, 1946 Net the Internet (Google search program) OED Oxford English Dictionary, 2nd Ed., 1989 Web2 Webster's New International Dictionary, 2nd Ed., 1961 Wiki Wikipedia, online encyclopedia (Net)
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