spider web

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Synonyms for spider web

a web resembling the webs spun by spiders


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a web spun by spiders to trap insect prey

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Excision model wound healing activity of Crossopriza lyoni spider web ointment, J.
To visualize web distribution patterns, we used ArcGIS 10 to map spider webs by overlaying web locations onto GPS data provided by Karen Gran and Grant Neitzel of the University of Minnesota Duluth from a total station survey.
Seeds, stones, bark, twigs, feathers, leaves, bones, moss, berries, flowers, fungi, pine cones, shells, reeds, spider webs, corn husks, native clay, grasses, sand, vines, and nuts are just some of the many natural materials available.
Army RD&E Center, Natick, MA, told the American Society of Mechanical Engineers' winter meeting in Anaheim, CA, the silk proteins used in spider webs have surprisingly good mechanical properties.
1 -- 2 -- color) A house on the corner of Califa Street and Woodlake Avenue has a giant spider web, complete with its gigantic inhabitants.
He said: 'The man we are looking for has a very distinctive tattoo of a spider web design on his neck.
Instead of a cheque he was waiting for, Stuart found a note which read: "No access - massive spider web in front gate".
According to the Sun Chronicle, Conti said that after she called a technician to get the machine fixed he told her that a spider web apparently prevented the machine's scanner from counting ballots.
You get very fine beams of radiation coming out [of the sample], so it's like a spider web.
This was a male wasp that suddenly found itself trapped in a spider web.
For 25 years, the Woodland Hills resident, a fierce fan of Halloween, has been creating ``the largest spider web in the world'' right in her front yard.
Scenes from it feature a helicopter trapped in a giant spider web strung between the towers of the World Trade Centre.
The work "provides an unexpected new insight into the factors that shape the evolution of spider web design," says biologist Stephen Nowicki of Duke University in Durham, N.