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Synonyms for Druze

an adherent of an esoteric monotheistic religious sect living in the relative security of the mountains of Syria and Lebanon who believes that Al-hakim was an incarnation of God


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The Eckman grab was very effective for sampling silt sediments, where only occasionally small Dreissena druses were found.
The Arab representation shall consist of Moslems, Christians, and Druses in proportion to their numbers in the Arab population.
The Prime Minister greeted the Pope on behalf of all the citizens of Israel: Jews, Christians, Muslims, and Druses.
Although adult zebra mussels occasionally detach their byssus and crawl, large druses and aggregations are usually quite stable, and adults are unlikely to move far.
Druses are reported for Gunnera herteri by Mattfeld (1933).
The disadvantage of this method is that zebra mussels can move, form druses or be consumed by predators, making it difficult to follow individuals through time.
1954) as druses (clustered crystals of calcium oxalate), but X-ray and
Prismatic crystals and druses are the most common types of oxalate crystals present in Cactoideae.
Along with raphides, druses and crystal sand occur nearly universally.