Elegans sentence example

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  • 184), admired Plautus as elegans, urbanus, ingeniosus, facetus (De offic. i.
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  • Of the Cyclostomidae only one species, Cyclostoma elegans, Muller, is British; it hides under stones and roots.
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  • (Xabout 25; after Aubert.) G, Gyrodactylus elegans.
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  • The alimentary sac is simple elegans from the fins of and devoid of caeca.
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  • Paulo in Brazil supplied Sars with representatives of all the three in his Norwegian aquaria, in some of which the little Macrothrix elegans " multiplied to such an extraordinary extent as at last to fill up the water with immense shoals of individuals."
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  • Naultinus elegans of New Zealand is said to be viviparous; the others lay but one rather large egg at a time.
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  • Gypsophila elegans: hardy, t z ft., pale rose; branched very gracefully.
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  • Senecio elegans: half-hardy, '1 ft., white, rose or purple; the various double forms are showy.
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  • There are several species known, the best being albus, elegans, luteus, Plummerae, splendens, Purdyi, venustus and Weedi.
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  • When bracts become coloured, as in Amherstia nobilis, Euphorbia splendens, Erica elegans and Salvia splendens, they may be mistaken for parts of the corolla.
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  • An extinct water-lily, Euryale limburgensis, belongs to a monotypic genus now confined to Assam and China; an extinct sedge, Dulichium vespiforme, belongs to a genus only living in America, though the only living species once flourished also in Denmark; an extinct species of water-aloe (Stratiotes elegans) makes a third genus, represented only by a single living species, which was evidently better represented in Pliocene times.
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  • The sequencing of the C. elegans genome has relied almost entirely on the sequence ready contigs provided by the physical map.
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  • Comparing syntenic regions of the C. elegans and C. briggsae genomes.
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  • Despite the identification of hundreds of genes involved in C. elegans locomotion, we do not yet have an understanding of its control.
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  • The C. elegans homolog of the p53 tumor suppressor is required for DNA damage induced apoptosis.
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  • N. discoidalis has dark purple flowers edged with white, and the flowers of its variety elegans are maroon margined with white.
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  • Cup-flower (Scyphanthus) - S. elegans is a beautiful slender climber, 5 to 8 feet high, with forked stems, and valuable for trailing over a trellis or against a wall.
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  • S. elegans is easily grown as a half-hardy annual in rich light soil.
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  • There are two species, D. pulchella and elegans.
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  • Purple Jacobaea (Senecio Elegans) - This beautiful half-hardy annual has long been a favourite in gardens.
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  • G. elegans is a graceful feathery annual much used for bouquets.
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  • Humea - A very graceful halfhardy biennial, 3 to 8 feet high, H. elegans having large leaves with a strong odour, and forming, when in flower, an elegant feathery pyramid of reddish-brown blossoms.
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  • Mrs Barton, Katherine Spurrell, Duchess of Westminster, Madge Matthew, elegans, Minnie Hume, superbus, Princess of Wales, Magdalina de Graaff, Gem, Grand Duchess, Acis, and Palmerston.
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  • The kinds grown are erecta, elegans, stellata, and villosa.
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  • In I. elegans the flowers are scarlet and thickly spotted, and in I. superba they are much the same, while in the rosea variety they are a deep pink.
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  • Lilium Elegans - One of the best and most generally known of the early Lilies.
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  • All the L. elegans group are perfectly hardy; they grow vigorously in almost any soil, but prefer a deep loamy one with an admixture of peat.
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  • E. aegyptiaca, with silvery-white plumes, maxima, elegans, pilosa, amabilis, pellucida, capillaris, plumose, are all elegant annuals.
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  • For this purpose the most suitable are M. falcata and elegans, both vigorous herbs with yellow flowers, thriving in almost any kind of soil.
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  • Plumfruited Yew (Prumnopitys Elegans) - An evergreen tree from chili, allied to the common Yew, of dense growth and cheerful green color.
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  • Purples must be kept away from reds, but group well with any whites; some of the best for color are Everestianum, Album elegans, Fastuosum, Cyaneum, Countess of Normanton, Caractacus, and Sigismund Rucker.
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  • L. elegans grows about 2 feet high, and has pale purple spikes I foot or more in length.
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  • L. scariosa, squarrosa, cylindracea, elegans, and pumila much resemble the foregoing, and, like them, succeed in any rich light soil, and are best here and there in among peat-loving shrubs or in good borders.
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  • The varieties cardinalis (bright crimson-purple), coerulea (bluish), alba (white), Dunnetti (rose), splendens (scarlet), picta elegans (crimson-purple, edged with white), and a dwarf variety, nana, about 9 inches high, are desirable.
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