Antonyms for centrals

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All of these centrals are golden-yellow suffused with pink at their bases.

The centrals are yellow-brown changing to red-brown in older thorns.

Centrals of diamonds read across give the name of a common shrub.

Centrals of diamonds read across give the name of a poisonous plant.

Centrals read downward spell the name of a port on the Mediterranean Sea.

Centrals of diamonds read across give a valuable natural product much used in the East Indies.

The centrals form two words, and are read from top to bottom and from side to side, including the middle letter.

The earliest "centrals" reminded most persons of madhouses, for the day of the polite, soft-spoken telephone girl had not arrived.

Fig. 77 illustrates the centrals with two rudimentary cusps, the laterals with one, and the cuspids with one also.

It appears as far front as the centrals and is often present on the lingual face of the laterals of man.