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  • n. Plural form of leafet.

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Examples

  • The Lib Dem leaflets were negative and misinforming - but our leafets ignored the Lib Dems.

    Woking - still NOC, but Lib Dem largest party

  • Page view page image: the central rib, smooth and of a deep green. near the upper extremity these leafets are decursively pinnate as are also those of the large firn. 1

    Original journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806

  • The small firn also rises with a common footstalk from the radix and are from 4 to 8 in number, about 8 inches long; the central rib marked with a slight longitudinal groove throughout it's whole length. the leafets are oppositly pinnate about

    Original journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806

  • The stem of the 2nd. is procumbent abo [u] t the size of the former, jointed and unbranched. it's leaves are cauline, compound and oppositely pinnate; the rib from 14 to 16 inches long celindric and smooth. the leafets 2 1/2 inches long and 1 inch wide. greatest width 1/2 inch from their base, to which they are regularly rounded, and from the same point tapering to an accute apex,

    Original journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806

  • - The stem of the 2nd is procumbent abot the size of the former, jointed and unbranched. it's leaves are cauline, compound and oppositely pinnate; the rib from 14 to 16 inches long celindric and smooth. the leafets

    The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806

  • I observed them cut the inner part of the young and succulent Stem of a large Corse plant with a ternate leaf, the leafets of which are three loabes and Covered with woolly pubersence. the flower and fructification resembles that of the parsnip. this plant is very common in the rich lands on the Ohio and its branches.

    The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806

  • The last batch of leafets (of which I am aware) was sent across the DMZ on Kim Jong il's official birthday nearly a month ago.

    North Korean Economy Watch

  • The small firn also rises with a common footstalk from the radix and are from four to eight in number. about 8 inches long; the central rib marked with a slight longitudinal groove throughout it's whole length. the leafets are oppositely pinnate about 1/3rd. of the length of the common footstalk from the bottom and thence alternately pinnate; the footstalk terminating in a simple undivided nearly entire lanceolate leafet. the leafets are oblong, obtuse, convex absolutely entire, marked on the upper disk with a slight longitudinal groove in place of

    Original journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806

  • There are two species of ever green shrubs which I first met with at the grand rappids of the Columbia and which I have since found in this neighbourhood also; they grow in rich dry ground not far usually from some watercourse. the roots of both species are creeping and celindric. the stem of the 1st. is from a foot to 18 inches high and as large as a goosqu [i] ll; it is simple unbranc [h] ed and erect. 1 it's leaves are cauline, compound and spreading. the leafets are jointed and oppositely pinnate, 3 pare & terminating in one, sessile, widest at the base and tapering to an accuminated point, an inch and a quarter the greatest width, and 3 inches & a 1/4 in length. each point of their crenate margins armed with a subulate thorn or spine

    Original journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806

  • Page view page image: arm and covered with innumerable black coarce capillary radicles which issue from every pa [r] t of it's surface; one of those roots or a collected bed of them will send fourth from twenty to forty of those common footstalks all of which decline or bend outwards from the common center. these ribs are cylindric and marked longitudinally their whole length with a groove or channel on their upper side. on either side of this grove a little below it's edge, the leafets are inserted, being shortly petiolate for about 2/3ds. of the length of the middle rib commencing at the bottom and from thence to the extremity sessile. the rib is terminated by a single undivided lanceolate gagged [jagged] leafet. the leafets are lanceolate, from 2 to 4

    Original journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806

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