octopod

[ UK /ˈɒktəpˌɒd/ ]
NOUN
  1. a cephalopod with eight arms but lacking an internal shell
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  • Its not economically viable for sony or any other major game publisher/manufacturer to develop and produce an interface or game (s) specifically for those who suffer from a specific disability, be it blindness, or being paralyzed, deafness, muteness, etc ... octopod Is Sony legally required to make its games accessible to disabled people? - Boing Boing
  • Here's how to make hot dogs into octopi aka octopuses aka octopodes. WN.com - Articles related to Sea secrets - over 5,000 new marine species found
  • Technically, the creature is called a cirrate or finned octopod. Times, Sunday Times
  • Here's how to make hot dogs into octopi aka octopuses aka octopodes. WN.com - Articles related to Sea secrets - over 5,000 new marine species found
  • If the good fight fails and the law actually passes, start filing baseless copyright violation complaints against Mandelson and his entire immediate family and see how he likes having his connectivity cut without the right to face his accusers. octopod Open Rights Group forum on proposal to cut British households off from the net if one member is accused of illegal downloads - Boing Boing
  • In time, though, the emptiness should become rich profusion: Lobsters and octopodes will move into shadowy nooks, cleaning shrimp will set up work stations where sailors once did, extending an invitation of sorts to hungry garden eels and the eagle rays that eat the eels. See-Worthy
  • These included the superorders Octopodiformes and Decapodiformes, the order Octopoda, the octopod suborder Incirrata, and the teuthoid suborder Myopsida.
  • The term octopod (plural octopods or octopodes) is taken from the taxonomic order Octopoda but has no classical equivalent. Rex Parker Does the NYT Crossword Puzzle
  • Stamper explains that throughout history, the word "octopus" has been pluralized as octopuses, octopi, and the more unusual octopodes. Is It 'Octopuses' Or 'Octopi'? Merriam-Webster Has The Answer In 'Ask An Editor' (VIDEO)
  • Once you start thinking of it as welfare for artists you end up with copyrights that last a century, and successful artists that never need lift a finger again./derail octopod Brits: send a message to Mandelson and fight "three strikes" - Boing Boing
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