Melo had fled to the Moors, and Brito was in prison; so that he only was punished capitally, and the other was hung in effigy.
Its capital is Melo, a town of fourteen thousand inhabitants.
All the cucumbers and gourds vary immensely, but the Melon (Cucumis Melo) exceeds them all.
Still they require to bail frequently, using for this purpose the large shell of the Melo ethiopica.
Fabre has mentioned, in his memoir on the habits of the Melo, a worm found in an egg.
Melo was too weak to be able to do any thing against the enemy, and had to seek protection under the guns of the fort.
Melo differs from Cymba in the regularity of the spiral apex, and in the greater rotundity of the shell.
Melo gave the catur to Andrea Toscano, a man of courage, and well versed in sea affairs.
Another genus of this family is Melo, with very short elytra, and without wings.
In order to create a diversion, these captured the town of Melo from the Government party.