Arrowhead

[train] The Arrowhead was a daily passenger train operated by Amtrak (the National Railroad Passenger Corporation) between Minneapolis, Minnesota and Superior, Wisconsin in the United States. After two years of operation, service was extended from Superior to Duluth, Minnesota. The Arrowhead began on April 16, 1975 as a daily all-coach trai...
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Arrowhead

(Sagittaria) These hardy and tender, bog and aquatic plants are commonly known as Arrowhead. They are great for the perimeter of pools and water gardens and for tanks or tubs in the greenhouse. The leaves are shaped like an arrowhead, thus the common name, and they produce tall spikes of pretty, white flowers, ½- to 1-inch in diameter, from June...
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arrowhead

[n] - the pointed head or striking tip of an arrow
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Arrowhead

Ar'row·head` noun 1. The head of an arrow. 2. (Botany) An aquatic plant of the genus Sagittaria , esp. S. sagittifolia , -- named from the shape of the leaves.
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arrowhead

1. <botany> An aquatic plant of the genus Sagittaria, especially. S. Sagittifolia, named from the shape of the leaves. ... 2. <cell biology> Fanciful description given to the pattern of myosin molecules attached to a filament of F actin. Easier to see if tannic acid is added to the fixative. The arrowheads indicate the polarity of the f...
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arrowhead

noun the pointed head or striking tip of an arrow
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Arrowhead

• (n.) An aquatic plant of the genus Sagittaria, esp. S. sagittifolia, -- named from the shape of the leaves. • (n.) The head of an arrow.
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arrowhead

any freshwater plant of the genus Sagittaria, consisting of about 20 species distributed worldwide, having leaves resembling arrowpoints. Arrowhead ... [2 related articles]
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arrowhead

arrowhead, any plant of the genus Sagittaria, widely distributed marsh or aquatic herbs of the primitive family Alismataceae (water-plantain family). The name derives from the arrowhead-shaped leaves of many species. Native North Americans prepared a potatolike food by roasting or broiling the tuber...
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Arrowhead

The arrowhead (Sagittaria sagittifolia) also known as Wapatoo and Is-ze-kn, is a water plant of the family Alismaceae widely distributed throughout Europe, northern Asia and North America. The stem is swollen at the base and throws out creeping stolons or runners, which produce globose winter tubers one centimetres in diameter, composed almost enti...
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Arrowhead

[fence] In Thailand, universities (มหาวิทยาลัย) are institutions of higher education which cover a broad range of subjects, as opposed to institutes (สถาบัน) and colleges (วิทยาลัย), which offer training in specific disciplines. ...
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Arrowhead

[Herman Melville House] Arrowhead, also known as the Herman Melville House, was the home of American author Herman Melville during his most productive years, 1850–1863. In this Pittsfield, Massachusetts house, Melville wrote some of his major work: the novels Moby-Dick, Pierre (dedicated to nearby Mount Greylock), The Confidence-Man, and ...
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Arrowhead

[science fiction venue] Arrowhead is the name that science fiction writer James Blish and his wife, literary agent and science fiction writer Virginia Kidd, gave to their home in Milford, Pennsylvania. The Virginia Kidd Literary Agency has been operating continuously at Arrowhead since 1965. Arrowhead has been a focal point for science fict...
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Arrowhead

An arrowhead is a tip, usually sharpened, added to an arrow to make it more deadly or to fulfill some special purpose. The earliest arrowheads were made of stone and of organic materials; as human civilization progressed other materials were used. Arrowheads are important archaeological artifacts; they are a subclass of projectile points. Modern e...
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Arrowhead

A symbol shaped like an arrowhead that is used in illustration to direct a leader line. Reference, leader line
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Arrowhead

[Charlottesville, Virginia] Arrowhead, also known as Arrowhead at Red Hill, is a historic home and farm complex located near Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Virginia. It consists of a two-story, three-bay, gable-roofed frame center section dated to the 1850s; a two-story, multi-bay north extension added in the early 1900s; and a two-bay,...
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