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  • 61 plough a furrow — Brit literary ◇ If you plough your own furrow, you do something that is different from what other people do. She was not afraid to plough her own furrow. [=to act independently; to do something no one else has done] If you plough the same furrow …

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  • 62 Cleavage furrow — In this electron micrograph of a cell, the cleavage furrow has nearly completely divided the cell …

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  • 63 Peppery furrow shell — Taxobox name = Peppery furrow shell image width = 240px regnum = Animalia phylum = Mollusca classis = Bivalvia subclassis = Heterodonta ordo = Veneroida superfamilia = Tellinoidea familia = Semelidae genus = Scrobicularia genus authority =… …

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  • 64 dead furrow — noun : a double furrow left in the middle of a field or between two lands in plowing * * * dead furrow, the furrow that remains open in the center of a field in plowing …

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  • 65 water furrow — noun Etymology: Middle English water forowe, from Old English wæterfurh, from wæter water + furh furrow more at water, furrow : a furrow for conducting or diverting water …

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  • 66 Cross furrow — Cross Cross (kr[o^]s), a. 1. Not parallel; lying or falling athwart; transverse; oblique; intersecting. [1913 Webster] The cross refraction of the second prism. Sir I. Newton. [1913 Webster] 2. Not accordant with what is wished or expected;… …

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  • 67 Water furrow — Wa ter fur row (Agric.) A deep furrow for conducting water from the ground, and keeping the surface soil dry. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 68 Rig and furrow — was a type of cultivation practised in upland areas of the British Isles which differs slightly from the more common ridge and furrow in that it appears to have been created through excavation by spade rather than plough.The technique improved… …

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  • 69 toothed furrow — (Subclass Mystacocarida): Pair of elongate, toothed depressions, one in dorsolateral surface of each thoracoabdominal somite, in maxillipedal somite (maxillipedal lateral toothed furrow), and in posterior region of cephalon (maxillary lateral… …

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  • 70 plough a lone furrow — plough a lone/lonely furrow mainly British, literary to do something alone and without help from other people. He d always been happier working in isolation, ploughing a lone furrow …

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  • 71 plough a lonely furrow — plough a lone/lonely furrow mainly British, literary to do something alone and without help from other people. He d always been happier working in isolation, ploughing a lone furrow …

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  • 72 open furrow — noun : a furrow not filled by a furrow slice …

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  • 73 plough a lonely furrow — To be separated from one s former friends and associates and go one s own way • • • Main Entry: ↑plough * * * plough a lone/a lonely/your own/furrow literary phrase to be the only person doing something or interested in something …

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  • 74 Water-furrow — Wa ter fur row, v. t. To make water furrows in. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 75 The Furrow — is an Irish Roman Catholic theological periodical. It was founded in 1950 by Dr J.G. McGarry, Professor of Sacred Eloquence and Pastoral Theology at St. Patrick s College, Maynooth. The current editor is the Reverend Professor Ronan Drury, B.A.,… …

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  • 76 degeneración de Furrow — degeneración del estroma corneal que cursa con adelgazamiento periférico. No presenta vascularización, signos inflamatorios ni alteración epitelial y no hay tendencia a la perforación. La agudeza visual está respetada. Diccionario ilustrado de… …

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  • 77 circumcapitular furrow — (ARTHROPODA: Chelicerata) In Acari, the furrow around the base of the gnathosoma …

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  • 78 disjugal furrow — (ARTHROPODA: Chelicerata) Pertaining to the furrow separating the prosoma and opisthosoma of mites …

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  • 79 prosternal furrow — (ARTHROPODA: Insecta) In many Reduviidae and Phymatidae in the Hemiptera, a cross striated furrow; stridulation is produced by the rugose apex of the rostrum rubbing over it …

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  • 80 articular furrow — In cirripeds, groove on tergal margin of scutum or scutal margin of tergum forming part of articulation between the plates [Moore and McCormick, 1969]. (Subclass Cirripedia): ( ) [Anderson, 1980]. Balanus trigonus: wall plates, exploded; and… …

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