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Dictionary.com/Word of the Day Archive/gravid (130 words)
For the moment the Cap'n Toby lies at rest outside the harbor, and the twelve-inch mackerels that Brian and I are cutting up for lobster bait are ripe, their bellies gravid with either blood-red roe or milt the color of sailors' bones.
she is a bored society matron who seduces him before a carload gravid with already weary, now grossed-out morning commuters.
Gravid derives from Latin gravidus, from gravis, "heavy."
Regional Standards for Phytosanitary Measures. Guidelines for the confirmation of non-host status of fruit and ... (2289 words)
The number of gravid females to be used per replicate should be adequate to ensure that each replicate is exposed to a potential oviposition load of a minimum of 1 000 viable eggs.
Gravid females for the laboratory cage trials should be obtained from the same cage of flies used in the fecundity test.
Gravid females for the trial should be obtained from the same cage of flies used for the fecundity test in section 5.2.
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