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  • on: cell wall Wikipedia cell-wall (rare) (Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): /sɛl wɔːl/ (US) IPA(key): /sɛl wɔːl/, /sɛl wɑːl/ cell wall ‎(plural
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  • Mycoplasma went from a reductive autotroph to oxidative heterotroph to a cell-wall–defective degenerate parasite. This evolutionary trajectory assumes the simplicity
    7 KB (405 words) - 11:37, 15 June 2016
  • located on the wall of the fundus of the stomach. (anatomy) Of or relating to the parietal bones Of or relating to college living and, especially,
    3 KB (309 words) - 01:14, 21 June 2016
  • /ˈlaɪvli/ From Middle English lyvely, lifly, from Old English līflīċ ‎(“living, lively, long-lived, necessary to life, vital”), equivalent to life +‎ -ly
    6 KB (544 words) - 03:57, 17 June 2016
  • עַל רָאשֵׁיהֶם And the likeness of the firmament upon the heads of the living creature was as the colour of the terrible crystal, stretched forth over
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  • carved with festoons of flowers, birds and cupids. To display them the walls had been tinted a vivid blue which had now faded, but the carpet, which
    9 KB (476 words) - 10:53, 15 June 2016
  • Hundredth Meridian, volume V, page 4-5 The epidermal cells of the capsule wall of Jubulopsis, with nodose "trigones" at the angles, are very reminiscent
    6 KB (387 words) - 15:36, 26 April 2016
  • flailed the state Republican party as a cloistered "country club". 1987 Wall Street Journal, October 2 But the bottom line is that Simon is running for
    1 KB (147 words) - 22:04, 20 April 2016
  • uncountable, plural biogeneses) The principle that living organisms are produced only from other living organisms. 2013 March 1, Harold J. Morowitz, “The
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  • where they stooled too close together, making spars to keep for thatching, wall-crooks to drive into the cob, stiles for close sheep hurdles, and handles
    3 KB (330 words) - 11:46, 17 June 2016
  • of hills or mountains. (architecture) A horizontal ledge on the face of a wall, formed by a diminution of its thickness, or by the weathering or upper surface
    7 KB (535 words) - 18:11, 15 June 2016
  • lizard brain lizard fish lizard-skin lizard snake lizard stone lounge lizard sleeping lizard stump-tailed lizard true lizard wall lizard worm lizard
    11 KB (120 words) - 11:27, 15 June 2016
  • extends beyond the external walls of a building. 2006 Feb, Jill Kirchner Simpson, “Building a Modular Home”, in Country Living[1], volume 29, number 2
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  • in The China Governess[1]: Everything a living animal could do to destroy and to desecrate bed and walls had been done. […]  A canister of flour from
    972 bytes (100 words) - 17:37, 17 October 2015
  • of the output. 1977, Sex Pistols, Spunk, “Problems”: You won't find me living for the screen. The viewing surface or area of a movie, or moving picture
    14 KB (805 words) - 06:02, 14 June 2016
  • professionals) A person who belongs to a profession A person who earns his living from a specified activity An expert. 1934, Rex Stout, Fer-de-Lance, 1992
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  • crayon. (dated) A crayon drawing. 1885, Littell's Living Age (volume 167, page 187) But on the wall hung two fine crayons, representing Louis XVI. and
    4 KB (245 words) - 01:48, 26 April 2016
  • post-White House living arrangements. (slang, uncountable) Tattoo work. 1998, Richard Dooling, Brain Storm "I saw it hanging on the wall of a tattoo hut
    10 KB (302 words) - 23:27, 16 June 2016
  • "I met her when walking on the road"). By contrast, "living on the street" means to be living an insecure life, often homeless or a criminal. Further
    18 KB (1,359 words) - 03:12, 13 June 2016
  • How can I soften a brick wall with plants?”, in The Daily Telegraph (London)[1], page G7: Ryan Kelly has a young fedge (a living willow hedge). Alan Jefferson
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