from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Bivalvular, as a shell or pod. See bivalve.
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Prof. Braun mentions a Fumariaceous genus, in which the flowers in the lower part of the spike bear oval, ribbed, one-seeded nutlets; and in the upper part of the spike, lanceolate, two-valved, and two-seeded siliques.
After I had received Remeses into my house, I conducted him through a two-valved door, opened before us by my chief butler, into the superb apartment allotted for recreation and repose.
Both bikes are powered by an electrically-started air-cooled, 124cc, SOHC 4-stroke, two-valved engine fed through a Mikuni VM20 carburetor and, like the DR-Z models, they feature constant-mesh
A two-valved pericarp, having the feeds fixed along both futures, and the tranfverfe diameter equal, or nearly fo, to the longitudinal.
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