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a trap for catching flies

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He saw a Venus' flytrap in a catalog and ordered it.
When We Were Colored: First-time director Tim Reid (Venus Flytrap of "WKRP in Cincinnati") paints a loving and gentle portrait of life in rural Mississippi just after World War II.
And although his slip fielding is the work of a Venus flytrap, Jordan has only given England glimpses of his ability with bat and ball.
Once Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq fell to Ali charging down the pitch and having a swing, it sparked a collapse of five wickets for 14 runs as Rashid ran riot and James Anderson caught like a venus flytrap at slip.
Once Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq fell to Ali charging down the pitch, it sparked a collapse of five wickets for 14 runs as Rashid ran riot and James Anderson caught like a Venus flytrap at slip.
iii) How plants perform rapid motion and what is the role of osmotic motors and cell wall actuation in this process, using the carnivorous plant Venus flytrap as a paradigm for study.
The woman on the till fell into my clutches like a dozy bluebottle landing in a Venus flytrap.
Set in the San Fernando Valley outside of Los Angeles, FLYTRAP is the feature follow up to Stephen's multi-award winning feature debut HEADS N TAILZ.
Arunima Majhi presented a show inspired by the Venus flytrap with watercolour flowers handpainted by artists and printed onto smart tops with pleated backs, trousers, caped sleeves and skirts.
Team players MeJulie, ninas Flytrap, Killa Rockin Bird, Pipsi Rola and Veloskitty all gained lead jammer and bumped up the points.
Another of my favorites is called Flytrapsis, which is derived from the DNA of the Venus Flytrap plant.
The Stand Comedy Club, who run venues in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Newcastle, will have two bouts of Bella laughs with evening and latenight hilarity from the Venus Flytrap stage.
The famed Venus flytrap uses its sense of touch to rapidly close and trap insects.
Jerra Incognita is the seductive Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) of the cartographic world, luring its prey with apparent promises of undiscovered delights, then quickly enveloping and devouring them while they still haplessly admire their surroundings.