exuviation

[ ig-zoo-vee-eyt, ik-soo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF exuviation

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Exuviation: the act of molting: the cast-off skin or exuvium.

Society, in all its developments, undergoes the process of exuviation.

On the fourth exuviation, the limbs expanded two inches and a half.

The most serious trial through which society can pass is encountered in the exuviation of its religious restraints.

In accordance with this rapid growth is the frequency of the periods of exuviation.

The new membranes of the body, immediately after the exuviation, are not lax in any extreme degree.

These are the details of the exuviation of the Lobster whose cast-off shell is before the Society.

In the only examples of the exuviation of macrourous Decapod Crustaceans, there exists a singular diversity in the process itself.

About a month after this exuviation the animal perished accidentally, having been two years and eight months under examination.

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