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  • alga Dinophysis acuminata is a photosynthesising Dinophysis species by acquiring secondary plastids from consuming the ciliate Myrionecta rubra, which in turn had ingested them from the alga Teleaulax amphioxeia.
  • algae There, between two waters clear as crystal, through the open panels we were allowed to contemplate the beautiful bushes of brilliant coral and large blocks of rock clothed with a splendid fur of green variety of sites and landscapes along these sandbanks and algae and fuci.
  • algal Rhodophyta, Chlorophyta, and Heterokontophyta, the three main algal divisions, have lifecycles which show considerable variation and complexity.
  • alkyd They have since been superseded by new synthetic coatings like alkyd, acrylic and vinyl, due to toxicity, safety, and conservation (tendency to age yellow) concerns.
  • alleged Yet it was an evil indefensible on every ground that could possibly be alleged.
  • allied After the battle of Leipsic, in which France lost, for the second time, a formidable army, all the powers allied against Napoleon declared at Frankfort, on the 9th of November, that they would never break the bonds which united them; that henceforth it was not merely a Continental peace, but a general peace, that would be demanded; and that any negotiation not having a general peace for its object would be rejected.
  • alloyed In the other British colonies also, hampered though they were by charters, and proprietary rights, and alloyed by a Babel congregation of French Huguenots, Dutch, Swedes, Quakers, Nobles, Roundheads, Canadians, rogues, zealots, infidels, enthusiasts, and felons, a general prosperity had created individual self-reliance, and self-reliance had engendered the desire of self-government.
  • almaty Alexander Vinokourov opened his own bicycle shop on 5 May 2012 in Almaty.
  • aloud King chuckled, half aloud.
  • already "I've already got one.
  • altaic The Nostratic language family is a proposed macrofamily grouping together a number of language families including Indo-European, Uralic, Altaic, and more controversially Afroasiatic.
  • altair Aberdeen Line, a British shipping company founded in 1825 SS Aberdeen, a steamship operating for the Canadian Pacific Railway on Okanagan Lake from 1893 to 1919 SS Aberdeen (1881), an innovative British steamship built for the Aberdeen Line in 1881 SS Aberdeen (1912), a coastal whale catcher operating out of Grays Harbor from the Canada–US border south to Cape Blanco in Oregon SS Aberdeen Victory, a merchant ship operated during the latter stages of World War II, later commissioned as the USS Altair
  • altar When Gabriel was locked into the church, he caught sight of the high altar, resplendent with lights.
  • eland Jackdaw Cake (Hamilton 1985; new edition by Eland 2013) – an autobiography A View of the World ( Eland 1986) The Missionaries (Secker 1988; US: McGraw 1988) To Run Across the Sea (Cape 1989) A Goddess in the Stones: Travels in India (Cape 1991; US: Holt 1992) (Thomas Cook Travel Book Award) An Empire of the East: Travels in Indonesia (Cape 1993; US: Holt 1993) I Came I Saw (Picador 1994) – extended issue of 'Jackdaw Cake The World The World (Cape 1996; US: Holt 1997) The Happy Ant-Heap (Cape 1998) In Sicily (Cape 2000) A Voyage by Dhow (and other pieces) (Cape 2001) The Tomb in Seville (Cape 2003)
  • iliad Robert Strong talked quite a good deal about his poems, the Iliad and the Odyssy or the return of Ulysses Odysses to his native land.
  • laggard This, of course, proved an incentive for the girls to do their best, especially Nathalie, who as a city-bred girl did not want to prove a laggard.
  • liquid It then, by degrees, imbibes the liquid and sinks to the bottom.
  • Alack Pursue him: and first, to be sure of his track, Over devious ways that have led to this, In the stream's consecutive line, Let memory lead thee back To where waves Morning her fleur-de-lys, Unflushed at the front of the roseate door Unopened yet: never shadow there Of a Tartarus lighted by Dis For souls whose cry is, alack!
  • Allayed Amy's manner was so cordial and natural that Burt's suspicions had been allayed, and the young fellow, who could do nothing by halves, was soon deeply absorbed in making a superb collection for Miss Hargrove, and she felt that, whatever happened, she was being enriched by everything he obtained for her.
  • Alta In the mean time Clemens had completed his plan for sailing, and had arranged with General McComb, of the Alta California, for letters during his proposed trip around the world.
  • ALCOA From 1935 to 1945, the use of Aluminum in Alcan's name was being disputed by Alcoa, but a decision by the United States Circuit Court of Appeals ended the legality of the companys name.
  • alkyds Alkyds are used in paints and in moulds for casting.

44 words made from the letters alwqayd

3 letter words made from alwqayd:

ala, lad, way, wad, lay, awl, yaw, daw, day, ada, dal, law.

4 letter words made from alwqayd:

yawl, away, lady, wlad, wyld, alaw, alwa, dlya, laya, lwyd, aday, daal, alaq, alay, yaad, aldy, qada, ayad, dyal, qala.

5 letter words made from alwqayd:

awdal, ladwa, wayda, waldy, walad, awlad, yalda, dayal, dwaal, alawy, dawla, lawdy.

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