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- n. The big, white and black butterfly Pieris brassicae, of the family Pieridae. Also known as the cabbage white,
- n. A domestic pig of a breed originating in Yorkshire; Yorkshire pig.
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- n. Old World form of cabbage butterfly
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Ward received directions and took himself up the foothills to the large white wooden-framed building that had been erected it seemed in defiance of the functional endo-skeletal buildings rising in the new town.
D'Urberville looked round upon her, nipped his cigar with the tips of his large white centre-teeth, and allowed his lips to smile slowly of themselves.
A heavy man in a pale gray coat and dark, wide-brimmed hat climbed down from the back of the lead wagon and stood watching, now and then taking off his flat-crowned hat to wipe his forehead with a large white handkerchief.
Brunson was an imposing figure in his large white Stetson hat and black horn-rims with custom-made tinted lenses designed just for poker.
'The chapel was so prettily dressed up by Mr. Codrington and Mr. Bice, under whose instructions some of the lads made evergreen ornaments, large white arums and red flowers also.
There was nothing to identify who might live in this place other than a large white dish that sat on the floor near the sink and bore the name Artie in red block letters.
Mr. Bowels blew his nose on a large white handkerchief, apparently to gain time.
The Time Traveller paused, put his hand into his pocket, and silently placed two withered flowers, not unlike very large white mallows, upon the little table.
As he turned into the gravel road he could see the large white boat parked in an open-sided shed out back.
This has a very large white flower, as big as a small funnel, its tube is five or six inches in length and not thicker than a pipe stem; the leaves are also very large, oblong and cordated, sometimes dentated or angled, near the insertion of the foot-stalk; they are of a thin texture, and of a deep green colour: it is exceedingly curious to behold the Wild Squash *
Travels Through North & South Carolina, Georgia, East & West Florida, the Cherokee Country, the Extensive Territories of the Muscogulges, or Creek Confederacy, and the Country of the Chactaws; Containing An Account of the Soil and Natural Productions of Those Regions, Together with Observations on the Manners of the Indians.