See also:birth, nature, or as an adjective, natural . From the application of the
See also:term to the natural disposition or characteristic which marks the class to which an
See also:object belongs, the general and most
See also:common meaning of " class," genus or
See also:species easily develops; that of
See also:race, natural
See also:order or
See also:group, is particularly seen in such expressions as " mankind." The phrase " payment in kind," i.e. in goods or produce as distinguished from
See also:money, is used as
See also:equivalent to the Latin in specie; in ecclesiastical usage " communion in both kinds " or " in one kind " refers to the elements of
See also:bread and
See also:wine (
See also:Lat. species) in the Eucharist .
KINCHINJUNGA, or KANCHANJANGA
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