Definition of Bizone

1. two combined zones [n -S] : BIZONAL [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bizone

bizazz
bizazzes
bizcacha
bizcachas
bize
bizes
bizet
bizets
bizjet
bizjets
biznaga
biznagas
biznatch
biznatches
bizonal
bizone (current term)
bizones
bizspeak
bizygomatic
bizygomatic breadth
bizygomatic breadths
bizzare
bizzes
bizzo
bizzos
bjarebyite
bk
blab
blab out
blabbed

Literary usage of Bizone

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1. A Catalogue of the Lepidopterous Insects in the Museum of the Hon. East by Thomas Horsfield, Frederic Moore (1859)
"The larva, pupa, and cocoon of bizone puella are figured on Plate XIII., figs. ... The cocoon of bizone Bianca is constructed exactly like that of B. puella ..."

2. Germany: A Country Study edited by Eric Solsten (1999)
"The Creation of the bizone By early 1946, the Western Allies—the United States and Britain in particular—had become convinced that Soviet expansionism had ..."

3. Proceedings by Zoological Society of London (1890)
"Cat. ii. p. 550. From Sierra Leone. Type in British Museum. 38. bizone ... It must be very rare there. The types were from Masuri. bizone ..."

4. The Journal of the Linnean Society by Linnean Society of London (1857)
"Hind wings a little paler than the fore wings. Length of the hody 3 lines ; of the wings 8 lines. Gen. bizone, Walk. 14. bizone hamata, Walk. Cat. Lep. Met. ..."

5. Proceedings by Zoological Society of London (1888)
"... Ohoyama (Pryer) ; Gensan (Leech) ; Vladivostok. 111. bizone H AMATA. bizone paella, Drury, teste Fixsen in Rom. Mém. sur Lé"pp 332. ..."

6. Proceedings by Zoological Society of London (1872)
"bizone GAZELLA. (Plate XXXIII. fig. 4.) Male and female white : fore wing with several transverse tortuous cinnamon-yellow bands, which in the male are ..."

7. A Catalogue of the Lepidopterous Insects in the Museum of the Hon. East by Thomas Horsfield, Frederic Moore (1859)
"The larva, pupa, and cocoon of bizone puella are figured on Plate XIII., figs. ... The cocoon of bizone Bianca is constructed exactly like that of B. puella ..."

8. Germany: A Country Study edited by Eric Solsten (1999)
"The Creation of the bizone By early 1946, the Western Allies—the United States and Britain in particular—had become convinced that Soviet expansionism had ..."

9. Proceedings by Zoological Society of London (1890)
"Cat. ii. p. 550. From Sierra Leone. Type in British Museum. 38. bizone ... It must be very rare there. The types were from Masuri. bizone ..."

10. The Journal of the Linnean Society by Linnean Society of London (1857)
"Hind wings a little paler than the fore wings. Length of the hody 3 lines ; of the wings 8 lines. Gen. bizone, Walk. 14. bizone hamata, Walk. Cat. Lep. Met. ..."

11. Proceedings by Zoological Society of London (1888)
"... Ohoyama (Pryer) ; Gensan (Leech) ; Vladivostok. 111. bizone H AMATA. bizone paella, Drury, teste Fixsen in Rom. Mém. sur Lé"pp 332. ..."

12. Proceedings by Zoological Society of London (1872)
"bizone GAZELLA. (Plate XXXIII. fig. 4.) Male and female white : fore wing with several transverse tortuous cinnamon-yellow bands, which in the male are ..."

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