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  • 61Esopus Spitzenburg — is a dual purpose apple cultivar originated in Esopus, New York, Ulster County, in the latter part of the 18th century.Widely grown in the USA in the 19th Century, it is renowned for making fine apple pies.Esopus Spitzenburg was one of Thomas… …

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  • 62Yellow mud turtle — Taxobox name = Yellow Mud Turtle status = LC trend = stable regnum = Animalia phylum = Chordata classis = Reptilia ordo = Testudines familia = Kinosternidae genus = kinosternon synonyms = Kinosternon flavescens Yellow Mud Turtle ( Kinosternon… …

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  • 63red hind — noun 1. : a grouper (Epinephelus guttatus) ranging from the Carolinas to Brazil having red spots, being variably colored but usually light gray, tannish yellow, or whitish, and being important as a food fish in Cuba called also cabrilla 2. :… …

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  • 64Alligator turtle — Turtle Tur tle, n. [Probably the same word as the word preceding, and substituted (probably by sailors) for the Spanish or Portuguese name; cf. Sp. tortuga tortoise, turtle, Pg. tartaruga, also F. tortue, and E. tortoise.] [1913 Webster] 1. (Zo[… …

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  • 65Box turtle — Turtle Tur tle, n. [Probably the same word as the word preceding, and substituted (probably by sailors) for the Spanish or Portuguese name; cf. Sp. tortuga tortoise, turtle, Pg. tartaruga, also F. tortue, and E. tortoise.] [1913 Webster] 1. (Zo[… …

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  • 66Chelonia Midas — Turtle Tur tle, n. [Probably the same word as the word preceding, and substituted (probably by sailors) for the Spanish or Portuguese name; cf. Sp. tortuga tortoise, turtle, Pg. tartaruga, also F. tortue, and E. tortoise.] [1913 Webster] 1. (Zo[… …

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  • 67Chelonia virgata — Turtle Tur tle, n. [Probably the same word as the word preceding, and substituted (probably by sailors) for the Spanish or Portuguese name; cf. Sp. tortuga tortoise, turtle, Pg. tartaruga, also F. tortue, and E. tortoise.] [1913 Webster] 1. (Zo[… …

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  • 68Cypraea testudinaria — Turtle Tur tle, n. [Probably the same word as the word preceding, and substituted (probably by sailors) for the Spanish or Portuguese name; cf. Sp. tortuga tortoise, turtle, Pg. tartaruga, also F. tortue, and E. tortoise.] [1913 Webster] 1. (Zo[… …

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  • 69green turtle — Turtle Tur tle, n. [Probably the same word as the word preceding, and substituted (probably by sailors) for the Spanish or Portuguese name; cf. Sp. tortuga tortoise, turtle, Pg. tartaruga, also F. tortue, and E. tortoise.] [1913 Webster] 1. (Zo[… …

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  • 70greenlet — Vireo Vir e*o, n. [L., a species of bird.] (Zo[ o]l.) Any one of numerous species of American singing birds belonging to {Vireo} and allied genera of the family {Vireonid[ae]}. In many of the species the back is greenish, or olive colored. Called …

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  • 71Phaeospore — Ph[ae] o*spore, n. [Gr. ? dusky + E. spore.] (Bot.) A brownish zo[ o]spore, characteristic of an order ({Ph[ae]ospore[ae]}) of dark green or olive colored alg[ae]. {Ph[ae] o*spor ic}, a. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 72Phaeosporic — Phaeospore Ph[ae] o*spore, n. [Gr. ? dusky + E. spore.] (Bot.) A brownish zo[ o]spore, characteristic of an order ({Ph[ae]ospore[ae]}) of dark green or olive colored alg[ae]. {Ph[ae] o*spor ic}, a. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 73Thalassia testudinum — Turtle Tur tle, n. [Probably the same word as the word preceding, and substituted (probably by sailors) for the Spanish or Portuguese name; cf. Sp. tortuga tortoise, turtle, Pg. tartaruga, also F. tortue, and E. tortoise.] [1913 Webster] 1. (Zo[… …

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  • 74Turtle — Tur tle, n. [Probably the same word as the word preceding, and substituted (probably by sailors) for the Spanish or Portuguese name; cf. Sp. tortuga tortoise, turtle, Pg. tartaruga, also F. tortue, and E. tortoise.] [1913 Webster] 1. (Zo[ o]l.)… …

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  • 75Turtle cowrie — Turtle Tur tle, n. [Probably the same word as the word preceding, and substituted (probably by sailors) for the Spanish or Portuguese name; cf. Sp. tortuga tortoise, turtle, Pg. tartaruga, also F. tortue, and E. tortoise.] [1913 Webster] 1. (Zo[… …

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  • 76Turtle grass — Turtle Tur tle, n. [Probably the same word as the word preceding, and substituted (probably by sailors) for the Spanish or Portuguese name; cf. Sp. tortuga tortoise, turtle, Pg. tartaruga, also F. tortue, and E. tortoise.] [1913 Webster] 1. (Zo[… …

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  • 77Turtle shell — Turtle Tur tle, n. [Probably the same word as the word preceding, and substituted (probably by sailors) for the Spanish or Portuguese name; cf. Sp. tortuga tortoise, turtle, Pg. tartaruga, also F. tortue, and E. tortoise.] [1913 Webster] 1. (Zo[… …

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  • 78Vireo — Vir e*o, n. [L., a species of bird.] (Zo[ o]l.) Any one of numerous species of American singing birds belonging to {Vireo} and allied genera of the family {Vireonid[ae]}. In many of the species the back is greenish, or olive colored. Called also… …

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  • 79Vireo flavifrons — Vireo Vir e*o, n. [L., a species of bird.] (Zo[ o]l.) Any one of numerous species of American singing birds belonging to {Vireo} and allied genera of the family {Vireonid[ae]}. In many of the species the back is greenish, or olive colored. Called …

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  • 80Vireo gilvus — Vireo Vir e*o, n. [L., a species of bird.] (Zo[ o]l.) Any one of numerous species of American singing birds belonging to {Vireo} and allied genera of the family {Vireonid[ae]}. In many of the species the back is greenish, or olive colored. Called …

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