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lime

Meaning: tr
kireç; ıhlamur; misket limonu
Tom is happy to let Mary and John take the limelight.
Lemons and limes are acidic fruits.
Stromatolites are the limestone structures formed by photosynthesizing bacteria called cyanobacteria. They created layers of alternating slimy bacteria and sediment in very shallow water, dominating shallow seas until predators, such as trilobites, came into the picture.
This is a lime tree.
The vision of the "new German Man" is in the limelight.
And she'll never walk down Lime Street anymore.
I am coating the wall with lime.
There was a man from Nantucket who hated limericks.
Most structures that we call "coral" are, in fact, made up of hundreds to thousands of tiny coral creatures called polyps. Each soft-bodied polyp—most no thicker than a nickel—secretes a hard outer skeleton of limestone (calcium carbonate) that attaches either to rock or the dead skeletons of other polyps.
Lime and dust flew in clouds from the wall.
Added on 2014-08-18 | by m1gin | View: 474

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