Aphis

NOUN
  1. type genus of the Aphididae: injurious to fruit trees and vegetables
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How To Use Aphis In A Sentence

  • When he took up the word aphis, first used by Linnaeus, he wrote to the Linnaean Society to ask its origin. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol V No 1
  • APHIS, in turn, has set up an antismuggling unit called the Smuggling, Interdiction and Trade Compliance SITC. The Fruit Hunters
  • Instead, he is an epigraphist, content to read works for their historical content.
  • His skill as an epigraphist made him a valued colleague on excavations. Times, Sunday Times
  • The best paragraphist in the English language for the essay is Macaulay, the best model to follow for the oratorical style is Edmund Burke and for description and narration probably the greatest master of paragraph is the American Goldsmith, Washington Irving. How to Speak and Write Correctly
  • Introduce, I find out about situation of student roughly, I know light painter , little talent , calligraphist of class , make laughs the king ......Hi Hi, but really a little meaning!
  • After I returned to England an irresponsible paragraphist informed the The Confessions of a Caricaturist, Vol 2 (of 2)
  • The artist need not fear the encroachment of the photographist.
  • His talents as a historian did not match his brilliance as a philologist and epigraphist. Times, Sunday Times
  • In 1858, appearing in one of the land-dispute cases for which he furnished testimony in the form of photographs he had made, Watkins described himself as "a photographist."
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