[Syd Barrett Song]
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From the Delaware tortoise or turtle.
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This eight-inch long freshwater turtle is considered by many to have the best meat among turtles. Its flesh is often pounded and served like steak.
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- any of various edible North American web-footed turtles living in fresh or brackish water
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[ Probably of American Indian origin.] (Zoology)
Any one of numerous species of tortoises living in fresh and brackish waters. Many of them are valued for food. [ Written also terapin
, and turapen
.] » The yellow-bellied
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<zoology> Any one of numerous species of tortoises living in fresh and brackish waters. Many of them are valued for food. ... Alternative forms: terapin, terrapen, terrapene, and turapen. ... The yellow-bellied terrapin (Pseudemys acebra) of the Southern United States, the red-bellied terrapin (Pseudemys rugosa), native of the tributaries Che
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any of various edible North American web-footed turtles living in fresh or brackish water
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• (n.) Any one of numerous species of tortoises living in fresh and brackish waters. Many of them are valued for food.
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a term formerly used to refer to any aquatic turtle but now restricted largely, though not exclusively, to the diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys ... [1 related articles]
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`Terrapin` is a song by Syd Barrett that appears as the first track off his first solo album The Madcap Laughs and is notably the sole representative from that album that appears on The Peel Session. The song`s arrangement is sparse, like much of the album, and features only acoustic and electric guitar accompaniment to the vocals. T
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Terrapin is a term used in English for several smaller species of turtle living in fresh or brackish water. Terrapins do not form a taxonomic unit, and may not be very closely related, although many belong to the families Geoemydidae and Emydidae. A distinction between turtle and terrapin does not exist in other European languages. The name `terr.
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terrapin (ter'upin) , name for several edible turtles of fresh or brackish water.
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The name terrapin is applied to various water tortoises of the family Testudinidae, and is particularly applied to Malacoclemmys terrapin, a native of the salt-marshes of the east coast of the USA. The terrapin is an omnivorous feeder reaching about 20 cm in length in the female and 12 cm in the male. The carapace (upper shell) is keeled along the
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The Terrapin was a British amphibious armoured truck of the Second World War, first used at Antwerp in 1944. The Terrapin was manned by a crew of two and had a top speed of 24 kmh and a range of 240 km.
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Member of some species of the order Chelonia (turtles and tortoises). Terrapins are small to medium-sized, aquatic or semi-aquatic, and are found widely in temperate zones. They are omnivorous, but generally eat aquatic animals. Some species are in danger of extinction owing to collection for the pet trade; most of the animals collected...
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The Terrapin `4-ton amphibian` was a British-manufactured, amphibious armoured transport vehicle of the Second World War. It was first used, to great effect, in 1944 at Antwerp during the Battle of the Scheldt. The Terrapin served with the Royal Engineer assault teams of the 79th Armoured Division and were used to carry
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A terrapin is a turtle living in fresh or brackish water. Terrapin may also refer to: ...
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