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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Tortoises and turtles.

Usage examples (12)
  • Part shows how I have attempted to apply these results to the special study of Zoology, taking the order of Testudinata as an example.
  • The two first cases devoted to Testudinata (18, 19) contain the
  • Serpents; the Testudinata, or Tortoises; and the Batrachia, or Frogs.
  • Tortoises (Testudinata, or Chelonians) belong to a very numerous order of reptiles, the usual form of which is too well known to require description. for more
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