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Lexicographical Neighbors of

Cucumis melo inodorus
Cucumis melo reticulatus
Cucumis sativus
Cucurbita
Cucurbita foetidissima
Cucurbita maxima
Cucurbita maxima turbaniformis
Cucurbita mixta
Cucurbita moschata
Cucurbita pepo
Cucurbita pepo melopepo
Cudworthian
Cufic
Cuiabá
Cuidad Bolivar (current term)
Cuisenaire rod
Cuisenaire rods
Culbertson
Culcita
Culcita dubia
Culdee
Culdees
Culebra
Culex fatigans
Culex pipiens
Culex quinquefasciatus
Culiacan
Culicoides
Culicoides austeni

Literary usage of

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History by American Museum of Natural History (1904)
"Assuming that specimens from the Island of Trinidad and eastern Venezuela (Cuidad Bolivar and Suapure) represent this form, P. h. panamensis is readily ..."

2. Reports of Cases Decided by the English Courts: With Notes and References to by Nathaniel Cleveland Moak, John Thomas Cook (1880)
"The heading of the centre column, which was in English, was this: "Aromatic Bitters, "Cuidad Bolivar, formerly Angostura." "Prepared by Teodoro Meinhard, ..."

3. Proceedings of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge Jurisdiction of Alabama (1922)
"In November, 1919, the representatives of three lodges met in convention at Cuidad Bolivar and there formed the "Symbolic Grand Lodge of the East in the ..."

4. American Supremacy: The Rise and Progress of the Latin American Republics by George Washington Crichfield (1908)
"He established headquarters at Angostura, now called Cuidad Bolivar, on the Orinoco, where a so-called Congress assembled, February 15, 1819. ..."

5. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1903)
"... high and low water amounted to 7 metres (23 feet) and more at Cuidad Bolivar. From January to March no depths greater than 10 feet cm be depended on, ..."

6. The Journal of Geography by National Council of Geography Teachers (U.S.) (1902)
"The Orinoco is navigable for large steamers of stern- wheel type throughout the year to Cuidad Bolivar, a town some 375 miles from its mouth. ..."

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