Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Plural of capitatum.

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  • Given its creamy colouring and long coral stems, I am fairly certain that it is Ramaria capitata.

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  • Not shown because it has not been decided where they should go but also purchased while traveling are Cuphea cyanea ‘Jamaica Sun’, Persicaria capitata, and firecracker plant, Russelia equisetiformis.

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  • Dense high tussock grass dominates all the coastal lowlands and cliffs up to 200-500 m except in marshes where the pennywort Hydrocotyle capitata is common and on the drier western slopes which are dominated by tree fern Blechnum penna-marina heath.

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  • Characteristic woody species include the Karoo cross-berry (Grewia robusta), small bitterleaf (Brachylaena ilicifolia), Maytenus capitata, and Lycium campanulatum.

    Albany thickets

  • Also found in restinga forests are several species threatened with extinction, including plants (Bumelia capitata and Jacquinia brasiliensis), an amphibian (Aparasphenodon brunoi), a bird (Herpsilochmus pectoralis) and a mammal (Lutra longicaudis).

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  • And the Red Man Went Green: vedere le proprie paure avverarsi può essere la cosa migliore che ti sia mai capitata.

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  • The genus Brassica contains some important exotic species such as the cabbage (B. oleracea L.var. capitata), rape and swede

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  • Vegetables like cabbages (Brassica oleracea var. capitata), eggplants, tomatoes, pole sitao (Vigna sesquipedalis) or winged bean can be stored in clay jars for a week.

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  • Brassica oleracea var. capitata cabbage requires light shade

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  • The red cabbage, _Brassica oleracea_ var. _capitata rubra_, of which the

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