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  • 41Harlequin cabbage bug — Harlequin Har le*quin (h[aum]r l[ e]*k[i^]n or kw[i^]n), n. [F. arlequin, formerly written also harlequin (cf. It, arlecchino), prob. fr. OF. hierlekin, hellequin, goblin, elf, which is prob. of German or Dutch origin; cf. D. hel hell. Cf. {Hell} …

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  • 42Harlequin caterpillar — Harlequin Har le*quin (h[aum]r l[ e]*k[i^]n or kw[i^]n), n. [F. arlequin, formerly written also harlequin (cf. It, arlecchino), prob. fr. OF. hierlekin, hellequin, goblin, elf, which is prob. of German or Dutch origin; cf. D. hel hell. Cf. {Hell} …

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  • 43Harlequin duck — Harlequin Har le*quin (h[aum]r l[ e]*k[i^]n or kw[i^]n), n. [F. arlequin, formerly written also harlequin (cf. It, arlecchino), prob. fr. OF. hierlekin, hellequin, goblin, elf, which is prob. of German or Dutch origin; cf. D. hel hell. Cf. {Hell} …

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  • 44Harlequin moth — Harlequin Har le*quin (h[aum]r l[ e]*k[i^]n or kw[i^]n), n. [F. arlequin, formerly written also harlequin (cf. It, arlecchino), prob. fr. OF. hierlekin, hellequin, goblin, elf, which is prob. of German or Dutch origin; cf. D. hel hell. Cf. {Hell} …

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  • 45Harlequin opal — Harlequin Har le*quin (h[aum]r l[ e]*k[i^]n or kw[i^]n), n. [F. arlequin, formerly written also harlequin (cf. It, arlecchino), prob. fr. OF. hierlekin, hellequin, goblin, elf, which is prob. of German or Dutch origin; cf. D. hel hell. Cf. {Hell} …

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  • 46Harlequin snake — Harlequin Har le*quin (h[aum]r l[ e]*k[i^]n or kw[i^]n), n. [F. arlequin, formerly written also harlequin (cf. It, arlecchino), prob. fr. OF. hierlekin, hellequin, goblin, elf, which is prob. of German or Dutch origin; cf. D. hel hell. Cf. {Hell} …

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  • 47Harlequin Valentine — is a bloody and romantic short story (1999) and graphic novel (2001) based on the old Commedia dell arte and Harlequinade pantomime. Both the short story and the graphic novel were written by Neil Gaiman. The latter was drawn by John Bolton, and… …

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  • 48Harlequin (homonymie) — Harlequin Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom …

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  • 49Harlequin catshark — Conservation status Data Deficient (IUCN 3.1) Scientific classification …

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  • 50Harlequin Theatre, Northwich — Harlequin Theatre is a theatre in Northwich, Cheshire. It is also the public name of the Harlequin Players Club. It is also the home of the Northwich Folk Club.Harlequin Theatre produces six full length plays every year and occasional studio… …

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  • 51Harlequin cabbage bug — Adult (left) and nymph (right) Scientific classification Kingdom: Anim …

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  • 52Harlequin 4 Bedroom Apartment — (Вербье,Швейцария) Категория отеля: 4 звездочный отель Адрес: Route de …

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  • 53Harlequin Romance™ — [Harlequin Romance] a US series of romantic fiction books published by Harlequin since the 1960s. The company started by publishing books by the British publisher Mills & Boon in the US …

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  • 54Harlequin frog — is a non scientific name for any of several varieties of frog or toad, including the following:* Atelopus , a genus of South American toads * Harlequin Poison Frog ( Dendrobates histrionicus ), a species of South American poison dart frog …

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  • 55harlequin fish — ˈharlequin fish 7 [harlequin fish] noun a small brightly coloured fish found in SE Asia …

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  • 56harlequin snake — har le*quin snake n. any of several venomous New World snakes brilliantly banded in red and black and either yellow or white, especially the {eastern coral snake}, a small poisonous snake ({Micrurus fulvius} or {Elaps fulvius}), ringed with red… …

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  • 57Harlequin, Nottinghamshire — Harlequin is a district to the east of the Nottinghamshire town of Radcliffe on Trent in England.External links*oscoor gbx|SK659393 …

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  • 58Harlequin snake — may refer to:* Agkistrodon contortrix mokasen , a.k.a. the northern copperhead; a venomous viper found in the eastern United States.Wright AH, Wright AA. 1957. Handbook of Snakes. Comstock Publishing Associates. (7th printing, 1985). 1105 pp.… …

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  • 59harlequin snake — ☆ harlequin snake n. the E American coral snake (Micrurus fulvius) * * * …

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  • 60Harlequin Romance — Harlequin Ro|mance one of a US series of romantic novels about men and women who fall in love. The stories are usually simple, with a happy ending. →↑Mills and Boon …

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