from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of amoeba.
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- n. Alternative spelling of amoeba.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. naked freshwater or marine or parasitic protozoa that form temporary pseudopods for feeding and locomotion. Same as amoeba.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. etc.
- n. [capitalized] A genus of microscopic rhizopodous Protozoa, of which A. diffluens, common in all fresh-water ponds and ditches, is the type.
- n. An animal of the genus Amœba.
- n. Any single cell or corpuscle of one of the higher animals; a cell regarded as itself an animal, and an individual of the morphological grade of development of an amœboid organism.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. naked freshwater or marine or parasitic protozoa that form temporary pseudopods for feeding and locomotion
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From the daisy or sunflower to the Milky Way Galaxy, day changing into night and night into day, summer changing into winter and back again, the rise and fall of civilizations, the evolutionary process of over 3.2 billion years in which one-celled ameba changed/evolved to seaweeds to ancient land plants to modern plants, nuts, seeds, beans, and finally to grain!
Let's make the arguement simple, so any right-wing, knuckle-draging ameba brain moron can understand, if you are against justice, you are either a traitor or you hate America.
“Amebic Dysentery” is a severe protozoan disease of man which is caused by an ameba.
These beasts, called meiofauna, are the smallest of multicellular organisms, about the size of a (single-celled) ameba.
Unlike a car, an SUV approaches the road like an ameba approaches a piece of food.
It occurs to me that american model of the movies is as simple as the digesting system of ameba.
August 8th, 2006 at 9:46 pm ameba » â€˜I Hear People Say, Well, Civil War This, Civil War Thatâ€™ says:
The giardia, like the ameba, is a microscopic parasite that lives in the gut and is a common cause of diarrhea, especially in children.
But the ameba things came on in ever-increasing throngs, creatures that gnawed and slobbered at the anti-entropy, eating into it, flaking it away, drilling their way through it.
The flood of dazzling light reaching out from the _Interplanetarian_ snapped off and the little green ameba things were gone.
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