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  • n. Any member of the Perseidae.

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Examples

  • Premise for today's Exchange of the Day: back in August, Brian, Liz and I met up at 2: 00 AM ... me in my PJs, mind you ... to go watch the so-called perseid showers in some remote area of St. James.

    nspblues Diary Entry

  • I stopped, as I always did, to check on the mostly dead perseid tree that stood against the ruined wall.

    The Mirador (Sarah Monette)

  • I could not enter the Khloidanikos without making sure that the perseid still had some life in it, even if only a bare handful of leaves.

    The Mirador (Sarah Monette)

  • * Says perseid achieves preclinical milestone under collaboration with Astellas for ctla-4 program

    FinanzNachrichten.de: Aktuelle Nachrichten

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    Chris McGowan: August 11: The Night of Shooting Stars

  • There are numerous symbols used throughout the book: Felix’s odd-coloured eyes – one yellow, one pale blue – reflecting his dual personality; the perseid tree in the Khloidanikos, reflecting Mildmay:

    The Mirador (Sarah Monette)

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    Chris McGowan: August 11: The Night of Shooting Stars

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