Codex

(Latin) Book, roll of parchment.
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codex

A volume of ancient manuscript.
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codex

[n] - an official list of chemicals or medicines etc. 2. [n] - an unbound manuscript of some ancient classic
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codex

Book from before the invention of printing: in ancient times wax-coated wooden tablets; later, folded sheets of parchment were attached to the boards, then bound together. The name `codex` was...
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Codex

Co'dex noun ; plural Codices . [ Latin See Code .] 1. A book; a manuscript. 2. A collection or digest of laws; a code. Burrill. 3. An ancient manuscript of the Sacred Scriptures, or any part of them, particularly the New Testament. 4.
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codex

leaf-book noun an unbound manuscript of some ancient classic (as distinguished from a scroll)
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Codex

• (n.) An ancient manuscript of the Sacred Scriptures, or any part of them, particularly the New Testament. • (n.) A collection of canons. • (n.) A collection or digest of laws; a code. • (n.) A book; a manuscript.
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codex

manuscript book, especially of Scripture, early literature, or ancient mythological or historical annals.[11 related articles]
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codex

codex, codices A manuscript volume, especially of a classic work or of the Scriptures. Etymology: Latin codex, codic, 'tree trunk, wooden tablet, book', a variant of caudex, 'tree trunk'. Codex is a variant of caudex, a wooden stump to which petty criminals were tied in ancient Rome, rather like our stocks. This was also the word for a book made
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Codex

[TV series] Codex (first broadcast on 12 November 2006) is a quiz show set inside the British Museum and presented by Tony Robinson. It has been shortlisted for the gameshow Rose d`Or at the 2008 Lucerne Television Festival. It is made by Diverse Production for Channel 4. ==Format== ===Season 1=== In the first season a single team of five e
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Codex

[disambiguation] A codex is a book bound in the modern manner, by joining pages, as opposed to a rolled scroll. Codex may also refer to: ==In computing== ==In entertainment== ==In music== ==In international food safety== ==In law== ==In literature== ==Other== ...
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Codex

[Warhammer 40,000] A codex (often pluralized as codexes, though the correct pluralization is codices), in the Warhammer 40,000 tabletop wargame, is a rules supplement containing information concerning a particular army, environment, or worldwide campaign. Codexes for particular armies were introduced for the second edition of the game. The
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Codex

A codex (Latin caudex for "trunk of a tree" or block of wood, book; plural codices) is a book in the format used for modern books, with multiple quires or gatherings (sheets of paper or vellum in multiples of two which are folded and stitched through) typically bound together and given a cover. Developed by the Romans from wooden writing tablets..
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codex

  1. an official list of chemicals or medicines etc.
  2. an unbound manuscript of some ancient classic

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codex

Book from before the invention of printing: in ancient times wax-coated wooden tablets; later, folded sheets of parchment were attached to the boards, then bound together. The name `codex` was used for all large works, collections of history, philosophy, poetry, and during the Roman empire designated collections of laws. Durin...
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Codex

[horse] ==Triple Crown races== Trained by D. Wayne Lukas, Codex was considered the dominant 3-year-old colt in California after winning the 1980 Santa Anita Derby and Hollywood Derby. The horse`s owner, John Nerud, believed Triple Crown races could harm a horse and did not allow Lukas to nominate Codex for the 1980 Kentucky Derby. Lukas ini
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Codex

[novel] Codex is a thriller novel by Lev Grossman, firstly published in 2004 by Harcourt Books. ==Summary== The novel is about a banker Edward Wozny, who is hired to search for a mysterious book called Codex. Soon he discovers a very addictive game called "Momus," which has many links to the reality. ==Reception== In The New York Times Book
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Codex

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