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By means of careful work, Grafe came closer to ascertaining the origin of the fugacious aromatic materials.
ALL ABOUT COFFEEWILLIAM H. UKERS
Stamens 4, or rarely 2, in all or some flowers with long and weak exserted filaments, and fugacious 2-celled anthers.
There is no volva, but there is a ring which is sometimes persistent, friable, and fugacious.
The wealth acquired by speculation and plunder, is fugacious in its nature, and fills society with the spirit of gambling.
The shortness of the twilight frequently leaves the fugacious planet, Mercury, so seldom seen at the north, in distinct view.
The sporangia are cylindrical and pointed at the apex, peridia fugacious, exposing the beautiful net-work of the capillitium.
The annulus is very small and fugacious, being little more than the abrupt termination to the coating of the stem.
Differs from L. procera in smaller size and more especially in the fugacious ring.
Closely resembling C. cinnamomeus, differing in white fibrillose fugacious veil.
Petals 5, fugacious (lasting but a day), much larger than the calyx.
SYNONYM OF THE DAYAPRIL 23, 2021

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