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  • 141Charlie Nothing — in the mid 1970s playing the Big Ding, a dingulator he created from a 1954 Chevrolet automobile. Background information Birth name …

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  • 142Grande Ortie — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Ortie (homonymie) …

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  • 143Grande ortie — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Ortie (homonymie). Grande ortie …

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  • 144Ortie commune — Grande ortie Pour les articles homonymes, voir Ortie (homonymie) …

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  • 145Ortie dioïque — Grande ortie Pour les articles homonymes, voir Ortie (homonymie) …

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  • 146Urtica dioica — Grande ortie Pour les articles homonymes, voir Ortie (homonymie) …

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  • 147Schmidt Sting Pain Index — Жало осы с капелькой яда на кончике Шкала Шмидта (англ. Schmidt Sting Pain Index) это шкала силы ужалений жалящих перепончатокрылых (отряд Hymenoptera), в …

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  • 148Portuguese man-of-war — any of several large, oceanic hydrozoans of the genus Physalia, having a large, bladderlike structure with a saillike crest by which they are buoyed up and from which dangle tentacles with stinging cells. [1700 10] * * * Any of various floating,… …

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  • 149smart — smartingly, adv. smartly, adv. smartness, n. /smahrt/, v., adj., smarter, smartest, adv., n. v.i. 1. to be a source of sharp, local, and usually superficial pain, as a wound. 2. to be the cause of a sharp, stinging pain, as an irritating… …

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  • 150stinger — /sting euhr/, n. 1. a person or thing that stings. 2. an animal or plant having a stinging organ. 3. the sting or stinging organ of an insect or other animal. 4. Informal. a stinging blow, remark, or the like. 5. a cocktail made of brandy and… …

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  • 151Loasaceae — ▪ plant family  mostly tropical American plant family of 14 genera and 265 species of the dogwood order (Cornales), many with painfully stinging hairs but beautiful and often bizarre flowers in red, orange, yellow, or white. The plants are… …

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  • 152Malpighiales — ▪ plant order Introduction   large order of flowering plants that includes 40 families, more than 700 genera, and almost 16,000 species. Many of the families are tropical and poorly known, but well known members of the order include Salicaceae (… …

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  • 153Cnidoscolus aconitifolius — Tree Spinach redirects here. It may also refer to Chenopodium giganteum. Cnidoscolus aconitifolius Scientific classification Kingdom …

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  • 154Chrysaora quinquecirrha — Scientific classification Kingdom …

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  • 155Mike Bernard — Nom Michael Bernard Naissance 17 mars 1874 New York City, New York Pays d’origine …

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  • 156indictment — n. (usu. legal) 1) to hand up, issue, present, return an indictment 2) to waive (the) indictment 3) to quash an indictment 4) (fig.) a stinging; sweeping indictment 5) an indictment against 6) an indictment for 7) on indictment (to try a case on… …

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  • 157acrid — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. pungent, biting, acid; corrosive, caustic. See sourness, pungency. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Harsh in taste or smell] Syn. bitter, sharp, stinging, irritating; see sour 1 . 2. [Caustic] Syn.… …

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  • 158bitter — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. stinging, cutting; spiteful; rigorous; acrid, unpalatable. See malevolence, resentment, pungency, cold. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Acrid] Syn. astringent, acid, tart, sharp; see sour 1 . 2.… …

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  • 159caustic — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. corrosive, burning; mordant, sarcastic, satirical, biting, acrimonious; severe. See discourtesy, resentment, detraction, feeling. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Corrosive] Syn. burning, strongly… …

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  • 160smart — smÉ‘rt /smɑːt n. sharp stinging pain v. cause a sharp stinging pain; hurt, feel a sharp stinging pain; feel distress or humiliation adj. intelligent; clever; impertinent; shrewd; energetic, lively; fashionable, stylish …

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