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Results for: fruit of the boysenberry, type of berry, type of bramble Translations: 1 – 30 / 1991 English English fruit of the boysenberry, type of berry, type of bramble boysenberry (also known as Centella and Gotu Kola) type of creeping plant of the genus Hydrocotyle (Botany), marsh plant, navelwort, plant with rounded leaves, rock plant pennywort (also known as Mosel) region in northeastern France; river flowing through through France Luxembourg and Germany; type of dry white wine, German white wine Moselle (Archaic) type of coin used in Persian; ten-thousand (Persian), Iranian coin, old unit of Persian currency toman (Automative) type of of vehicle construction in which the body is united with the frame and machinery; type of construction in which the outer layer absorbs all or most of the stress, integrated car design, metal outer shell monocoque (Biochemistry) type of aromatic amino acid which is essential to nutrition in animals (found in some leguminous plant seeds) tryptophan (Biology) immature lymphocyte (type of cell), immature form of lymphocyte lymphoblast (Biology) pertaining to a lymphocyte (type of cell) lymphocytic (Botany) pineapple, type of tropical plant having large fleshy fruit and sharp leaves; fruit of this plant ananas (Botany) plant from the phylum of Thallophyta (algae, fungi and lichens), plant type thallophyte (Botany) type of cabbage cultivated for its seeds; summer rape (plant of the mustard family) colza (Botany) type of plant which reproduces with zygosphores zygophyte (Botany) type of shrub of the mint family found in Asia; extract from the oil of this plant, aromatic oil, pachouli, tropical Asian shrub patchouli (Botany) type of tree found in tropical and subtropical America; fruit of this tree, papaya, papaw, pertaining to the pawpaw tree; of or pertaining to the fruit of this tree pawpaw (British slang) rugby, type of ball game, variety of football in which players must advance to the goal without passing the ball forward (kicking and backwards or lateral passes are permitted) rugger (British spelling for complection) overall appearance of the skin; state of things, general condition, character, skin type complexion (British usage) a street merchant who sells fruit or vegetables or fish from a cart coster (British) Big Dipper, type of constellation (Astronomy) Plough (British) type of hat that covers the head face and shoulders (worn in extremely cold weather), knitted cap balaclava (Buddhism and Hinduism) type of symbolic hand gesture, hand position mudra (Cardiology) part of "angina pectoris" (type of heart disease) pectoris (Chemistry) derived from propionic acid (type of acid used in food, perfumes, and medicine) propionic (Chemistry) of or pertaining to chemical compounds containing rings of more than one type of atom; of or pertaining to the branch of chemistry which studies such compounds, containing noncarbon atom heterocyclic (Chemistry) of stearin (type of ester), containing stearin or fat, derived from stearic acid stearic (Chemistry) process of transforming into an enol (type of organic compound) enolization (Computers) any type of storage medium that can only be written to once but can be read an unlimited number of times (such as a CD-ROM) Write Once Read Many (Computers) extension for VOC files (type of sound file of the Creative company), volatile organic compound VOC (Computers) extension ZIP, extension of an archived file compressed with the ZIP program; ZIP drive, type of drive using removable disks ZIP (Cooking) type of sweet rice wine (Japanese) mirin (Economics) theory of using one type of metal as a money value, monetary system using one metal monometallism
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