instar montis equum divina Palladis arte Aedificant, sectaque intexunt abiete costas; Votum pro reditu simulant.
He certainly will, if he found it published, and that alone will be instar omnium.
Greek taken singly is, to use an indispensable Latin word, instar, the knowledge of all other languages.
Though he has been but few hours under my roof, I have already peeped at him, and find that he will be instar omnium to me.
However, nymphs after the fourth instar occasionally set upon other molting nymphs.
The first instar differs, however, from the adult in one conspicuous and noteworthy feature, it possesses no trace of wings.
It takes place in the same way as before and the caterpillar enters upon the third instar of its larval life.
Hic centum homines electos, appellatosque Patres, instar habuit consilii publici.
Sixty-nine per cent of the warbles were in the third instar stage, and the rest were in the second instar stage.
In summ (he concludes) Balsami instar est, calorem nativum roborans et morborum insultibus resistens.
instar in·star2 (ĭn'stär')
Any of the successive nymphal stages in the metamorphosis of insects or the stages of larval change by successive molts.