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Synonyms for specie

coins collectively

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162 million plan to develop Dolphin Rescue Centres along the Indus River to save Pakistan's blind Indus Dolphin, the second most endangered freshwater dolphin species in the world.
A day for animal lover to celebrate a loved, and wonderful specie.
The said sea turtles were identified among the Hawksbill specie.
PBR ensures prevention of contamination and maintenance of integrity of specie.
This hymenolepsis specie is of great medical importance as H.
This list of threatened species is a preferred indicator to track the status of biodiversity in the world.
The supply of specie depended on the colonies' balance-of-payments position, and since the colonies often ran deficits, colonists frequently complained about the absence of "money" (specie).
For an election of species requirement, make sure that the generic claim is an independent claim with both the elected specie and the non-elected specie(s) contained within the dependent claims.
Aspergillus flavus Aspergillus niger Fusarium specie Helminthospourm Penicillium specie Rhizopus Candida albican Candida albican ATCC 0383 Saccharomyces cereviseae Microsporum canis Microsporum gypseum Trichophyton rubrum Trichophyton mentagrophytes and Trichophyton tonsurans.
Among their perspectives are Wittgenstein's debt to Plato, the scales and the compass of philosophy, consonances between Plato and Wittgenstein on writing and communicating philosophy, the world seen sub specie aeternitatis, the definition of games, philosophy's lack of progress from Plato to Wittgenstein to Rawls, and radical enlightenment optimism.
According to the study, city spiders of this specie are bigger, larger and have heavier ovaries.
In May 1837, a major financial crisis engulfed America's approximately 800 banks, with all but six ceasing to redeem their banknotes and deposits for specie (gold or silver coins).
The specie is dubbed Gondwanascorpio emsantsiensis by its discoverer Dr Robert Gess, a researcher at the time with the Bernard Price Institute of Palaeontological Research.
Competing issuing institutions provide an optimal amount of banknotes, which depends on specie inflows and outflows and the demand for money.
Specie crocus provide early colour in pots with other bulbs and bedding.