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Definition of the noun acrobates
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noun - plural: -
- a genus of Phalangeridae
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Phrases ending with the word Acrobates:
- genus acrobates
- Kahlia acrobates
- Kahliella Acrobates
- Telenomus Acrobates
- Hartmannula Acrobates
- Ornithonyssus Acrobates
- species Kahlia acrobates
- Species Kahliella Acrobates
- Species Telenomus Acrobates
- Species Hartmannula Acrobates
- Species Ornithonyssus Acrobates
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by Scott Elias, Cary Mock
Petaurus bre viceps Acrobatidae Acrobates pygmaeus Acrobates sp. Phalangeridae Strigocuscus sp. Trichosurus vu/pecula Trichosurus sp. 1 Trichosurus sp. 2 Hypsiprymnodontidae Prop/eopus chi/lagoonsis 1' Prop/eopus osci/Ians r Prop/eopus wellingtonensis r Macropodidae Aepyprymnus rufescens Bettongia gaimardi Bettongia Iesueur Bettongia penicil/ata Bettongia pusilta + Bettongia sp. Bohra paulae r Bohra sp. 1 f Bohra sp. 2 1Borungaboodie hatcheri r Congruus congruus ...
by Virginia P. Studdert, Clive C. Gay, Douglas C. Blood
feathertail glider (Acrobates pygmaeus). glioblast [gli ′o-blast] spongioblast. glioblastoma [gli′′o-blas-to'm ] an undifferentiated malignant astrocytoma. g. multiforme themost malignantform of astrocytoma; inhumans categorizedbytheWorld Health Orgnaizationsystem ofclassification as a grade IV tumor. Gliocladiuma commonfungal contaminant. glioma [gli-o'm ] tumor proposed to arise from neuroglialcells,occurring predominantly inthebrain or spinal ...
A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge
ACROBATES (Gr. «por, high, and /SotVu, to go), were rope-dancers, who performed various teats by ...
Antechinus stuartii Brown four-eyed opossum, Metachirus nudicaudatus Brushtail possum, Trichosurus vulpecula Common opossum, Didelphis marsupialis Common wombat, Vombatus ursinus Didelphis azarae Didelphys murina Didelphys pusilla Eastern barred bandicoot, Perameles gunni Eastern gray kangaroo, Macropus giganteus Easter quoll, Dasyurus viverrinus Fat-tailed dunnart, Sminthopsis crassicaudata Feathertail glider, Acrobates pygmaeus Gray short-tailed opossum ...
All about hard words: a dictionary of every-day difficulties in reading, writing and speaking the English language (1874)
In ancient times, rope- dancers, and those who performed various feats from lofty positions, were designated Acrobates. The street-tumblers of the present day assume tho name of acrobats, as tho representatives of these ancient performers. Acrogens, akro-jens (Greek, acros, the point or apex ; zennao, to produce). A term applied to those plants which, like the tree-ferns, increase by additions to the growing point, and never augment in thickness after once formed. The acrogens are ...
- ACROBATES, in antiquity, were rope-dancers who performed various feats by vaulting or tumbling on a rope; sliding down on a rope from a lofty station high, and Aalia, ...
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Agrions acrobates,ponte en tandem
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