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- n. Alternative spelling of sea horse.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. either of two large northern marine mammals having ivory tusks and tough hide over thick blubber
- n. small fish with horse-like heads bent sharply downward and curled tails; swim in upright position
Sorry, no etymologies found.
This magnificant carved wooden seahorse is part of an exhibit at the Cape Ann Museum in Gloucester, Massachusetts, showcasing the work of carver James T. McClellan (1910-2005).
National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution Dhiho's Seahorse Dhiho's Seahorse Just over 1 inch long, this elegant fish, found only in the waters around Japan, is readily identified as a seahorse by its characteristic head.
He was walking by the sea-shore at Harwich, with this sling in his pocket; before his paces had covered a mile he was attacked by a fierce animal called a seahorse, open-mouthed, who ran at him with great fury; he hesitated a moment, then took out his sling, retreated back about
This is the report from SEGURIDAD PUBLICA stating that at 01.17 this Sunday august 9th was reported by a male who was exercising at Los Muertos Beach, next to the seahorse was a person lying on the sand, unconscious.
If you are using gnome, I think there is a program called seahorse that may do what you want.
Someone called it hippocampus, meaning "seahorse," what it resembled when the skull was opened to an arbitrary page, the dull grey text of the brain almost unreadable in the absent light.
on slusho.jp in the History section, when you hover on the "seahorse" which is really a real horse underwater, a thought bubble of an oven mit appears, and the fish closest to him, when you hover on him his thought bubble shows swiss cheese...
We become the other—whether a friend, butterfly, redwood forest, giraffe, or seahorse—through our intensely felt union with it.
Or because I have a Helsinki necklace and an x-ray greeting card of a seahorse and, as I told Facebook, had a very near miss on being forcibly adopted by a roving band of five amazing Scandosotan potters.
November 11th, 2009 at 9: 16 pm unicorn + sea = seahorse
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