Lotus

[motor vessel] Lotus is a motor houseboat yacht, launched in 1909. Lotus was employed as a pleasure vessel on Puget Sound, and in the waters of British Columbia and southeastern Alaska. Lotus was of a unique design and is now on the National Register of Historic Places. ==Design and construction== Lotus was built in 1908-1909 at Seattle, Wa...
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Lotus

In architecture a lotus is an ornament much used in Egyptian architecture, and generally asserted to have been suggested by the Egyptian water lily.
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[Dir en grey song] `Lotus` is the 26th single by Japanese band Dir En Grey, released on January 26, 2011 in Japan in a regular and limited edition, the limited copy featuring a bonus DVD. The first B-side, `Obscure`, is a re-recording of a track from band`s fourth album, Vulgar. The second B-side is a live recording of the song `Reiketsu Na...
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[bicycles] Lotus was a brand of bicycles designed, specified, marketed and distributed by Lotus International Corp. of Syosset, New York, which had been founded by Sid and Ernst Star. The bikes were offered as a complete range, from entry level to professional models, and were manufactured by Tsunoda Bicycle Corporation of Nagoya, Japan (fo...
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Lotus

(Bird's-Foot Trefoil, Coral Gem, Parrot's Beak, Winged Bean, Winged Pea) These are pretty ornamental plants, one of which is used as a vegetable. These tender and hardy perennials belong to the Pea family, Leguminosae. Some are found growing wild in the Canary Isles, Cape Verde Islands, the Mediterranean region, other parts of Europe and Asia, and ...
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LOTUS

acronym: Long-Term Upper Ocean Study, Woods Hole, 1983
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Lotus

A symbol of birth and dawn; it was thought to have been the cradle of the sun on the first morning of creation, rising from the primeval waters. The lotus was a common architectural motif, particularly used on capitals
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Lotus

the sacred plant of oriental nations, Egypt, India, etc. At one time a universal symbol of the Universe, and in a narrower sense of the Earth.
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[n] - annual or perennial herbs or subshrubs 2. [n] - native to eastern Asia 3. [n] - white Egyptian lotus: water lily of Egypt to southeastern Africa
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Popular symbol in Hinduism and Buddhism. The flower of the lotus (a type of water lily) conveys the idea of beauty, and symbolizes the means to achieve non-attachment, as it lives in the earth but...
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Lo'tus (lō'tŭs) noun [ Latin lotus , Greek lwto`s . Confer Lote .] 1. (Botany) (a) A name of several kinds of water lilies; as Nelumbium speciosum , used in religious ceremonies, anciently in Egypt, and to this day in Asia; Nelum...
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1. <botany> A name of several kinds of water lilies; as Nelumbium speciosum, used in religious ceremonies, anciently in Egypt, and to this day in Asia; Nelumbium luteum, the American lotus; and Nymphaea Lotus and N. Caerulea, the respectively white-flowered and blue-flowered lotus of modern Egypt, which, with Nelumbium speciosum, are figured ...
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Egyptian water lily noun white Egyptian lotus: water lily of Egypt to southeastern Africa; held sacred by the Egyptians
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Lotus

• (n.) An ornament much used in Egyptian architecture, generally asserted to have been suggested by the Egyptian water lily. • (n.) A genus (Lotus) of leguminous plants much resembling clover. • (n.) The lotus of the lotuseaters, probably a tree found in Northern Africa, Sicily, Portugal, and Spain (Zizyphus Lotus), the fruit of whic...
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any of several different plants. The lotus of the Greeks was the species Ziziphus lotus of the buckthorn family (Rhamnaceae), a bush native in ... [4 related articles]
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[guitar] Lotus was a brand name used on certain guitars made in various Asian factories from the late 1970s until the late 1990s. Lotus guitars were usually copies of better-known, up-market brand-name guitars, such as the Gibson Les Paul and the Fender Stratocaster. The quality of the instruments was very good for the price (usually around...
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lotus

lotus: see water lily.
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Lotus

Lotus was a motorcar company founded in 1952 by Colin Chapman, who built his first racing car in 1948, and also developed high-powered production saloon and innovative sports cars, such as the Lotus-Cortina and Lotus Elan. Lotus has been one of the leading Grand Prix manufacturers since they entered Formula One 1960. Jim Clark, twice world champion...
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Lotus

Lotus is a genus of plant of the legumionosae family.
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Any of several different plants, especially the water lily (Nymphaea lotus), frequent in Egyptian art, and the pink Asiatic lotus (Nelumbo nucifera), a sacred symbol in Hinduism and Buddhism, whose flower head floats erect above the water. Others are those of the...
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Lotus

Motorcar company founded in 1952 by Colin Chapman (1928–1982), who built his first racing car in 1948, and also developed high-powered production saloon and innovative sports cars, such as the Lotus-Cortina and Lotus Elan. Lotus has been one of the leading Grand Prix manufacturers since they entered Formula 1 in 1960. Jim Clark, twice ...
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(religion) Popular symbol in Hinduism and Buddhism. The flower of the lotus (a type of water lily) conveys the idea of beauty, and symbolizes the means to achieve non-attachment, as it lives in the earth but rises above the water. In Hinduism it has been used to represent the sun, and is a...
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A flower symbolic of good fortune and spiritual development. A lotus pond in the garden is considered most auspicious.
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[board game] Lotus is a board game for two to four players developed by Dominique Teller and published by Ravensburger Spieleverlag. The object of the game is to move one`s pieces off the board before the other players. The game board is hexagonal in shape; it has a large image of a Chinese dragon in the middle, and a Chinese character in e...
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[genus] Lotus, derived from Lota (a small, usually spherical water vessel of brass, copper or plastic used in parts of South Asia), is a genus that included bird`s-foot trefoils (also known as bacon-and-eggs) and deervetches and contains many dozens of species distributed world-wide. Depending on the taxonomic authority, roughly between 70 ...
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