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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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She founded Naiad Press in 1972 to publish the novels of Anyda Marchant, under the name "Sarah Aldridge.
A total of 300 healthy naiads comprising of about 60% at their latter instars were obtained from the University fish-farm in Ibadan with an average weight (g) 0.
Bringing back the Naiad is one option that is being explored
Keywords: Odonata, naiads, Potohar plateau, dragonflies, damselflies.
When Grier and McBride retired in 2003, they sold Naiad to Bella Books.
Planktonic insect's larvae and naiad were observed in laboratory by a compound light microscope and identified using Needham and Needham (1951).
The Tasmanian entrant in the 1998 Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, Business Post Naiad, had been rolled for the second time by massive waves on the late afternoon and evening of Sunday, 27 December.
Davy Russell gave Naiad a tremendous ride to land the Coral Cup at the Festival last season and he clearly acts round the track.
Nicky Richards' six-year-old was pretty smart over timber but looked a natural on his chasing debut at Kelso, beating Coral Cup winner naiad du misselot.
Meanwwhile, Coral Cup winner Naiad Du Misselot will this weekend attempt to break his duck over fences at Cheltenham or Doncaster.
The book was published again in 1985 by Naiad Press, and this is the most readily available edition today.
Ferdy Murphy has high hopes of victory with Naiad Du Misselot in tomorrow's Coral Cup (4.
With Newcastle off, several jockeys dashed to Haydock with Graham Lee landing the opener on Naiad Du Misselot and Tjade Collier lifting the novices chase on Daldini.
Graham Lee made the late switch from Newcastle to Haydock pay instant dividends when taking the opener in the gloom on Naiad Du Misselot.
A dryad, for example, is a fairy who lives in a tree, while a naiad is a fairy who lives in a stream.