aquatics

[ uh-kwat-ik, uh-kwot- ]SEE DEFINITION OF aquatics

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River "aquatics" have not always been free from recrimination.

In the following decade there seem to have been plenty of aquatics current.

My attached friends had started for town with post-horses, leaving me no less cured of love than aquatics.

For many years Putney has been a centre of London aquatics, which have set their mark on the riverside.

Plants, for example, unless they are aquatics, need to use large quantities of water to carry on the vital functions.

Aquatics are propagated by seed sown under water: many will allow of root-division.

I grew all manner of hardy nymphæa and aquatics for years, until my big tanks sprung a leak.

Aquatics may be said to have reached full swing with the completion of these institutions at the Universities.

It was content to take the patriotic part of guarding national amateur prestige in aquatics.

The sons of each of these old athletes have similarly made their mark in aquatics of the present generation.

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