turtle

[n] - any of various aquatic and land reptiles having a bony shell and flipper-like limbs for swimming 2. [v] - hunt for turtles, esp. as an occupation
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Turtle

• (n.) The turtledove. • (n.) Any one of the numerous species of Testudinata, especially a sea turtle, or chelonian. • (n.) The curved plate in which the form is held in a type-revolving cylinder press.
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turtle

<zoology> The turtledove. ... Origin: AS. Turtle, L. Turtur; probably of imitative origin. Cf. Turtle the sea tortoise. ... 1. <zoology> Any one of the numerous species of Testudinata, especially a sea turtle, or chelonian. ... In the United States the land and fresh water tortoises are also called turtles. ... 2. The curved plate in wh...
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turtle

noun any of various aquatic and land reptiles having a bony shell and flipper-like limbs for swimming
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turtle

(reptile) Freshwater or marine reptile whose body is protected by a shell. Turtles are related to tortoises, and some species can grow to a length of up to 2.5 m/8 ft. Turtles often travel long distances to lay their eggs on the b...
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Turtle

[robot] Turtles are a class of educational robots designed originally in the late 1940s (largely under the auspices of researcher William Grey Walter) and used in computer science and mechanical engineering training. These devices are traditionally built low to the ground with a roughly hemispheric (sometimes transparent) shell and a power ...
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Turtle

[submersible] The Turtle (also called the American Turtle) was the world`s first submersible with a documented record of use in combat. It was built in Old Saybrook, Connecticut in 1775 by American Patriot David Bushnell as a means of attaching explosive charges to ships in a harbor. Bushnell designed it for use against British Royal Navy v...
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Turtle

[syntax] Turtle (Terse RDF Triple Language) is a format for expressing data in the Resource Description Framework (RDF) data model with the syntax similar to SPARQL. RDF, in turn, represents information using `triples`, each of which consists of a subject, a predicate, and an object. Each of those items is expressed as a Web URI. Turtle pro...
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Turtle

A flat, on the floor mount, for large lights with a junior receiver. (Grip/Lighting)
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Turtle

Any of several varieties of shelled reptiles that live on land, in freshwater, or in the sea. Turtles can weigh over 1,000 pounds. Sea or Green Turtles are best known as food.
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turtle

any reptile with a body encased in a bony shell, including tortoises. Although numerous animals, from invertebrates to mammals, have evolved shells, ... [13 related articles]
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Turtle

Kachhua
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Turtle

one-man submarine, the first to be put to military use, built and designed by the American inventor David Bushnell (q.v.) in 1775 for use against ... [1 related articles]
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Turtle

The act of balling up on elbows and knees in a grounded position, in order to prevent an opponent landing strikes of getting their hooks in.
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Turtle

The act of balling up on elbows and knees in a grounded position, in order to prevent an opponent landing strikes of getting their hooks in.
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Turtle

The turtle mount is also known as rear mount or the back mount from the top position in which the fighter`s opponent is on all fours and the fighter on top mounts the back and hooks his legs around his opponent`s hips so he is less likely to shake him off. This is an excellent position of dominance and a fighter can easily apply chokes from the t.....
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Turtle

Turtle is a popular name for various species of freshwater and marine reptiles related to the tortoises and belonging to the order Chelonia. Marine turtles are generally herbivores, feeding mainly on sea grasses, however freshwater species eat a range of animals including worms, frogs, and fish. They are all excellent swimmers, having legs that are...
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turtle

turtle, a reptile of the order Chelonia, with strong, beaked, toothless jaws and, usually, an armorlike shell. The shell normally consists of bony plates overlaid with horny shields. The upper portion, or carapace, covers the turtle's back and sides, and the lower portion, or plastron, covers the be...
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Turtle

Turtles are anapsids, having no extra holes in the sides of their heads. Turtles evolved during the late Triassic period , roughly 220 million years ago, about the same time the dinosaurs and mammals evolved. Proganochelys is the oldest known turtle. Other early turtles include Proterocheris, Saurischiocomes, Chelytherium, Dermoschelys, Notoemys, P...
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Turtle

Workshop version of the Neptune [UK]
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