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How To Use Ophidia In A Sentence

  • She crossed over to the steel sinks of the lab module, carefully holding the ophidian probe away from her. Forever Free
  • Moreover, they provide a first insight into the composition of the earliest ophidian venoms and point the way toward a research program that could elucidate the functional context of the evolution of the snake venom proteome.
  • Serpents, or Snakes, says the Encyclopaedia, are reptiles of the saurian class Ophidia, characterised by an elongated, cylindrical, limbless, scaly form, and distinguished from lizards by the fact that the halves Indiscretions of Archie
  • A glance over his The Conquering Sword of Conan shoulder just as the door was closing showed Conan the long dim vista of the hall, and dimly framed at the other end an ophidian shape that writhed slowly and painfully into view, flowing in a dull-hued length from a chamber door, its hideous blood-stained head wagging drunkenly. The Conquering Sword Of Conan
  • But if the sun grew more and more hot and dazzling as the day progressed, then the tremendous ophidian head would become increasingly real to my sight, with glistening scales and symmetrical markings; and I would walk carefully not to stumble against or touch it; and when I cast my eyes behind me I could see no end to its great coils extending across the savannah. Green Mansions
  • I knew of the Snake Dances in farthest Estwilde, where the mongoose is brought in to the last movement of the dance, where with nothing but quickness and brains and sharp teeth it goes up against the deadly ophidian to the music of pipe and drums. Virginity
  • After all, if Commander Artemus Bishop can outwit the Serpent Empire of Saurian-Five, why should I be intimidated by a crate of squamous Ophidia. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Shock Treatment
  • In the museum, Cuvier's classification has been followed, with slight variations; that is to say, the reptiles have been re-divided into four classes: -- the Sauria, or Lizards (in which class some modern naturalists, as Merrem and others, include serpents); the Ophidia, or How to See the British Museum in Four Visits
  • “Actually,” he said, “this life form is considerably less evolved than either the Serpentes or Ophidia suborders. Legacy
  • His style, which Aiken described as "like a jungle of rank creepers and ferocious blooms taking shape before one's eyes-magnificently and endlessly intervolved, glistening and ophidianly in motion, coil sliding over coil, and leaf and flower forever magically interchanging," was viewed by a majority with less favor. The Private World of William Faulkner
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