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" For these reasons, we have no hesitation in adopting as our fundamental maxim, the " law of priority," viz. § 1. The name originally given by the founder of a group or the describer of a species should be permanently retained, to the exclusion of all... "
The American Journal of Science and Arts - Page 96
1869
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The American Journal of Science, Volume 98

Science - 1869
...droit de le changer pour simple cause d'impropriete. La prioriti en effet est un terme fixe, positif, qui n'admet rien, ni d'arbitraire ni de partial."...are found necessary in carrying it into practice. \J\Tot to extend to authors older than Linnaiu.] — As our subject matter is strictly confined to...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volume 18

Science - 1863
...d'impropriete. La priorite en effet cst nn tenne fixe, positif, qui n'admet rien, ni d'arbitraire, iii de partial." For these reasons, we have no hesitation...originally given by the founder of a group or the descriher of a species should be permanently retained, to the exclusion of all subsequent synonyms...
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Report of the Annual Meeting

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1843
...de le changer pour simple cause d'impropriété. La priorité en effet est un terme fixe, positif, qui n'admet rien, ni d'arbitraire, ni de partial."...are found necessary in carrying it into practice. \_Not to extend to authors older than Linnœus.'] As our subject matter is strictly confined to the...
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Transactions and Proceedings of the Botanical Society of Edinburgh, Volumes 1-2

Botany - 1844
...the remarks are so appropriate to the present subject that I cannot forbear quoting them. " The names originally given by the founder of a group, or the...retained to the exclusion of all subsequent synonyms. " No one person can subsequently claim an authority equal to that possessed by the person who is the...
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The Annals and Magazine of Natural History

Botany - 1846
...founded on young Hypothyrises. STROPHOMENA and LEPT/ENA. It is now a generally received rule that " the name originally given by the founder of a group...retained to the exclusion of all subsequent synonyms*." This is especially applicable to a group of Palliobranchs next to be considered. Many years ago Rafinesquc...
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Memoirs of Hugh Edwin Strickland ...

Hugh Edwin Strickland - Geology - 1858 - 441 pages
...d'arbitrairt ni de partial." For these reasons, we have no hesitation in adopting as our fundiinental maxim, the " law of priority," viz. § 1 . The name...are found necessary in carrying it into practice. [Nut to extend to authors older than Lintuevs.~\ As our subject-matter is strictly confined to the...
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Report

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1866
...do le changer pour -simple cause d'impropriété. La priorité en ett'et est un terme fixe, positif, qui n'admet rien, ni d'arbitraire ni de partial."...originally given by the founder of a group or the dcscribcr of a species should be permanently retained, to the exclusion of all subsequent synonyms...
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Report of the Annual Meeting

Science - 1866
...La priorité en effet est un terme fixe, positif, qui n'admet rien, ni d'arbitraire ni de partial.'1 For these reasons, we have no hesitation in adopting...originally given by the founder of a group or the describcr of a species should be permanently retained, to the exclusion of all subsequent synonyms...
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Annals & Magazine of Natural History

Botany - 1867
...quote some of those laws, and endeavour to apply them to this case. The first rule reads thus : — "§ 1. — The name originally given by the founder of...retained, to the exclusion of all subsequent synonyms." It seems scarcely necessary to quote such a rule as this. I only do so in order to make the comment...
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The Canadian Entomologist, Volumes 4-5

Entomology - 1872
...especially as affects the Lepidoptera. The first Rule reads as follows : — " The name originally given by the describer of a species should be permanently retained, to the exclusion of all subsequent synonyms." It is declared by those who are familiar with the facts, that the object of this Rule was not to drop...
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