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  • 61hymenopteran — /huy meuh nop teuhr euhn/, adj. 1. hymenopterous. n. 2. Also, hymenopter. a hymenopterous insect. [1875 80; HYMENOPTER + AN] * * * ▪ insect Introduction   any member of the third largest and perhaps the most beneficial to humans of all insect… …

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  • 62Dendrocnide excelsa — chewed leaf of a Dendrocnide excelsa at Gumbaynggirr State Conservation Area, west of Nambucca Heads, Australia Scientific classification …

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  • 63Dendrocnide photinophylla — Shining leaved Stinging Tree Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae (unranked) …

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  • 64Representative venomous animals that inflict a sting — ▪ Table Representative venomous animals that inflict a sting name and distribution toxic principle toxic effects and comments Cnidarians Portuguese man of war (Physalia species); tropical seas tetramine, 5 hydroxytryptamine immediate, intense… …

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  • 65Portuguese Man o' War — This article is about the marine invertebrate. For other uses, see Man O War (disambiguation). Portuguese Man o War Scientific classification Kingdom …

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  • 66Sea nettle — Taxobox name = Pacific sea nettle image width = 250px regnum = Animalia phylum = Cnidaria classis = Scyphozoa ordo = Semaeostomeae familia = Pelagiidae genus = Chrysaora species = C. fuscescens binomial nomenclature = Chrysaora fuscescens species …

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  • 67Dendrocnide moroides — Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae (unranked) …

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  • 68sting — [stiŋ] vt. stung, stinging [ME stingen < OE stingan, akin to ON stinga < IE base * stegh , to pierce, sharp > STAG] 1. to prick or wound with a sting: said of plants and insects 2. to cause sharp, sudden, smarting pain to, by or as by… …

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  • 69Eye drop — For the television show, see Eye Drops. These eye drops are packaged for single use, without preservatives. Eye drops are saline containing drops used as a route to administer medication in the eye. Depending on the condition being treated, they… …

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  • 70cnidarian — /nuy dair ee euhn/, n. 1. any invertebrate animal, as a hydra, jellyfish, sea anemone, or coral, considered as belonging to the phylum Cnidaria, characterized by the specialized stinging structures in the tentacles surrounding the mouth; a… …

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  • 71sting — stingingly, adv. stingless, adj. /sting/, v., stung or (Obs.) stang; stung; stinging; n. v.t. 1. to prick or wound with a sharp pointed, often venom bearing organ. 2. to affect painfully or irritatingly as a result of contact, as certain plants… …

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  • 72nematocyst — A stinging cell of coelenterates consisting of a poison sac and a coiled barbed sting capable of being ejected and penetrating the skin of an animal on contact; of considerable consequence in large jellyfish and in the Portuguese man of war whose …

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  • 73sting´ing|ly — sting «stihng», verb, stung or (Archaic) stang, sting|ing, noun. –v.t. 1. to pierce or wound with a sharp pointed organ (often) bearing a poisonous fluid: »If a honeybee stings you, remove the stinger. 2 …

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  • 74smart — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English smert causing pain, from Old English smeart; akin to Old English smeortan Date: before 12th century 1. making one smart ; causing a sharp stinging 2. marked by often sharp forceful activity or vigorous… …

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  • 75sting — I. verb (stung; stinging) Etymology: Middle English, from Old English stingan; akin to Old Norse stinga to sting and probably to Greek stachys spike of grain, stochos target, aim Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. to prick painfully: as …

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  • 76Box jellyfish — Chironex sp. Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia …

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  • 77Spells in Harry Potter — occur in the wizarding world of the series of books by author J. K. Rowling. Magic spells are used by many of the characters to achieve useful effects without the benefit of modern technology. The main depiction of a spell in the Harry Potter… …

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  • 78Dendrocnide — meyeniana Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae …

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  • 79Nettles in folklore — Nettle, both stinging and non stinging (sometimes called dead nettles ), have many folklore traditions associated with them.Myths from ancient daysFabric woven of nettle fiber has been found in burial sites dating back to the Bronze Age. Milarepa …

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  • 80The Bottle Inn — at Marshwood in Dorset, England, started life as an Ale House being close to the church where people came to pay their Tithes softening the blow with a mug or two of grog. We don t know its name then but it was christened The Bottle Inn sometime… …

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