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a plant that lives in or on water

operating or living or growing in water

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In the water-beetle, the structure of its legs, so well adapted for diving, allows it to compete with other aquatic insects, to hunt for its own prey, and to escape serving as prey to other animals.
In the daytime they either lie among the aquatic plants, or openly feed on the turf plain.
George burst out laughing at the idea of this aquatic meeting.
Some of those houses of sticks and grass, like the nests of an aquatic race, clung to the low shores.
The vast herds which had been grazing among the wild pastures of the prairies, gradually disappeared, and the endless flocks of aquatic birds, that were pursuing their customary annual journey from the virgin lakes of the north towards the gulf of Mexico, ceased to fan that air, which had now become loaded with dew and vapour.
Mr Swiveller pulled off his coat, and folded it up with great elaboration, staring at Miss Sally all the time; then put on a blue jacket with a double row of gilt buttons, which he had originally ordered for aquatic expeditions, but had brought with him that morning for office purposes; and, still keeping his eye upon her, suffered himself to drop down silently upon Mr Brass's stool.
basketball); PETE teacher candidates should be prepared to design and implement aquatic programs for students in diverse urban and rural schools and communities.
27 (ONA) The Research Council (TRC) is funding a research project for the development of the health of aquatic biology with a view to developing a strategy to improve the Sultanate's preventive environment against aquatic diseases and epidemics that result from the import of fish and marine products from outside the geographical boundaries of Oman, as well as the development of tools for aquatic biological security in Oman in order to preserve the local aquatic wealth and double Oman's production of marine life.
Glenmark Aquatic Foundation, a non-profit organization with a vision to put India on the world swimming map, today announced its 'Week with the Legend' programme with 2-time US Olympic Swimming Coach - Richard Shoulberg.
This trend, however, is changing, as a growing number of people discover the benefits of aquatic therapy, which uses the relieving, low-impact environment of water to help people achieve their health and wellness goals gently and effectively.
It's the end of the summer championships,'' said Ron Mita, president of Canyons Aquatic Club, which is playing host.
DETROIT, May 24 /PRNewswire/ -- The Family Aquatic Center at Chandler Park opens its sixth season of family fun on Saturday, May 29 at 10 a.
74), or at least part of it, could have been titled "Danger on Dock" or maybe "Danger under Dock: After reading about how chromated-copper arsenate (CCA) is leached from the wood, I began wondering how it affects aquatic organisms.
As small and inconspicuous as aquatic insects might appear, they provide a fascinating and easily accessed means of involving campers in nature study.
Westgarde, CEO and president of Aquatic Cellulose International Corp.