from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In music, same as quintus.
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It doesn't matter if its green or red, it still had to die for you to survive and most vagans will never admit that truth.
Between the tussocks there are Alchemilla cyclophylla, A. johnstonii, and Geranium vagans.
Delgado (_ut supra_) describes a bird called _lapay_ (_Dendrocygna vagans_ -- Eyton.), as similar to the duck in body, but with larger feet, which always lives in the water, and whose flesh is edible.
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Of the more humble-growing species, E. vagans (the Cornish Heath) will grow easily in most gardens, though in its native habitat it is confined to the serpentine formation; nor must we omit E. herbacea, which also will grow anywhere, and, if clipped yearly after flowering, will make a most beautiful border to any flower-bed; or it may be used more extensively, as it is at Doddington
'Here is an Erica vagans,' said the Doctor, picking a flower; 'it is rather uncommon about here;' and handing it at the same time to
Delgado (ut supra) describes a bird called lapay (Dendrocygna vagans -- Eyton.), as similar to the duck in body, but with larger feet, which always lives in the water, and whose flesh is edible.
Wandering Humble bee (Bombus vagans): "I have found the males plentiful near our garden fence, within a hole such as would be made by a mouse.