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Synonyms for naiad

Synonyms for naiad

submerged aquatic plant having narrow leaves and small flowers

(Greek mythology) a nymph of lakes and springs and rivers and fountains

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Business Post Naiad was one of 10 boats rolled or which suffered knockdowns as a result of the exceptionally-large waves and were involved the biggest search and rescue operation in Australian maritime history.
For example, if a naiad hatched from the egg in June, it would emerge as an adult the following June; if the naiad hatched in August it would emerge as an adult the following August.
Recreational users have given the smaller Naiad boats (under 16 feet) high marks for their performance, safety and durability.
Completing the cast effectively were Robert Glcadow, Brendan Tuohy and Nathaniel Peake as Truffaldino, Brighella and Scaramuccio; Rodell Rosel as the Dance Master; and Kiri Deonarine, Catherine Martin and Brittany Wheeler as Naiad, Dryad and Echo.
funke01 Timeform pick out a couple of horses to follow each year and they put up Naiad Du Misselot in 2007 as a handicap hurdler to follow.
Two winners from 12 months ago Naiad du Misselot and Finger Onthe Pulse look capable of going in again in the Jewson Novices' Handicap Chase (1.
Winner of the Coral Cup at this meeting in 2008, Naiad Du Misselot has been beaten in four starts over fences but still races from the same chasing mark as he did over hurdles.
Ferdy Murphy's Coral Cup winner Naiad Du Misselot will attempt to get off the mark over the bigger obstacles at Cheltenham or Doncaster this weekend.
The nuisance weeds that thrive on nutrients from storm water runoff are targeted by the projects, funded by a grant and donations, to control the runoff and curtail the growth of the weeds, which include non-native Eurasian milfoil, variable milfoil, fanwort and European naiad.
The brothers were among eight crew from the Liverpool sailing ship Naiad who jumped ship to join Lusitania.
She was a founder of Naiad Press in 1972, serving as its president for two decades.
51 Sapphistry: The Book of Lesbian Sexuality by Pat Califia, Naiad Press
Naiad and other lesbian oriented publishers, particularly those publishing African American lesbian writers, such as Lisa C.
The two dead were found on the 40-foot vessel Business Post Naiad, about 60 miles off the New South Wales town of Merimbula, according to the Australian Search and Rescue Coordination Center in Canberra.
Naiad Technologies is a Portland-based company that develops and commercializes environmentally friendly technologies that significantly reduce the volume of toxic liquid waste produced by medical laboratories, academia, and biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies.