Definition of Spirulas

1. Noun. (plural of spirula) ¹



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Definition of Spirulas

1. spirula [n] - See also: spirula

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spirulas

spirostan
spirostans
spirotrich
spirotrichs
spiroylous
spirt
spirted
spirting
spirtle
spirtled
spirtles
spirtling
spirts
spirula
spirulae
spirulas (current term)
spirulate
spirulina
spirulinas
spirurida
spirurida infections
spirurina
spiruroid
spiruroid larva migrans
spiruroidea
spiry
spirytual
spirytuall

Literary usage of Spirulas

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1. Natural History of Animals: Containing Brief Descriptions of the Animals by Sanborn Tenney (1875)
"The spirulas resemble those just described, but have a coiled shell inside, Figure 362, and the shell is divided by partitions into chambers. ..."

2. History of Geology and Palæontology to the End of the Nineteenth Century by Karl Alfred von Zittel (1901)
"The connection between the extinct Belemnites and living representatives of the group, the spirulas and the Sepias, was elucidated by these anatomists. ..."

3. History of Geology and Palæontology to the End of the Nineteenth Century by Karl Alfred von Zittel (1901)
"The connection between the extinct Belemnites and living representatives of the group, the spirulas and the Sepias, was elucidated by these anatomists. ..."

4. Essay on the Theory of the Earth by Georges Cuvier, Robert Jameson, Samuel Latham Mitchill (1818)
"land animals (probably ammonites or spirulas), and plants; all in the same place. They are found on the deepest valleys and the highest hills. ..."

5. History of Geology and Palæontology to the End of the Ninetheenth Century by Karl Alfred von Zittel (1901)
"The connection between the extinct Belemnites and living representatives of the group, the spirulas and the Sepias, was elucidated by these anatomists. ..."

6. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1917)
"This is followed by C, with the sub- 14 circa, B, C. • spirulas, C. " CaP' 55, A ' «P- 57, B ; cap. 59, 3 eiusdem ecclesie, B, C. s» canonicis, B, ..."

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