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As this is fugacious, the points are generally dipped afresh when wanted.
My specimens had no visible eyes, and these organs are, according to Pritchard's book, "variable and fugacious."
MARVELS OF POND-LIFEHENRY J. SLACK
The annulus is very small and fugacious, being little more than the abrupt termination to the coating of the stem.
Honours and dignities are tranſient, beauty and riches frail and fugacious, to a proverb.
There is no volva, but there is a ring which is sometimes persistent, friable, and fugacious.
Their happy day, however, is soon over; their fugacious petals shrivel in three or four days.
Petals 5, rarely 6, inserted on the calyx with the 7–20 stamens, fugacious.
Nobody, it appeared, was alert enough to espy that fugacious shadow on the fire-ladder.
THE DAY OF DAYSLOUIS JOSEPH VANCE
Stamens 4, or rarely 2, in all or some flowers with long and weak exserted filaments, and fugacious 2-celled anthers.
Differs from L. procera in smaller size and more especially in the fugacious ring.

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