Butterfly

Butterflies are part of the class of Insects in the order Lepidoptera. Moths are also included in this order. Adults butterflies have large, often brightly coloured wings, and conspicuous, fluttering flight. The group comprise the true butterflies (superfamily Papilionoidea), the skippers (superfamily Hesperioidea) and the moth-butterflies (superf...
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Butterfly

• (n.) A general name for the numerous species of diurnal Lepidoptera.
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(from the article `Carey, Mariah`) ...Carey grew tired of the sweet and wholesome image that her label had developed for her. After announcing her separation from Mottola in 1997 (they ...
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butterfly stroke noun a swimming stroke in which the arms are thrown forward together out of the water while the feet kick up and down
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butterfly

Click images to enlargeInsect belonging, like moths, to the order Lepidoptera, in which the wings are covered with tiny scales, often brightly coloured. There are some 15,000 species of butterfly, many of which are under threat throughout the world because of the destruction of habitat. The largest family, Nymphalidae, ha...
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[G-Dragon song] `Butterfly` is the third single from the South Korean singer G-Dragon`s first album Heartbreaker. It was released about a month after the release of his song `Breathe`. Although the end of his `Breathe` music video included a teaser for his song `A Boy`, the song `Butterfly` was released first. In contrast to his previous si...
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[game] Butterfly (or Gulugufe in the Tonga language of Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique) is a two-player abstract strategy game. The game is related to draughts and Alquerque. It is a similar game to Lau kata kati from India which may suggest a historical connection between the two games. == Goal == To capture all of your opponent`s pieces == ...
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[Kaela Kimura song] `Butterfly` is a wedding song by Japanese musician Kaela Kimura, released as a digital single on June 1, 2009, roughly a month before her fifth album, Hocus Pocus. It was extremely successful, reaching downloads of over 2,000,000 just over six months after its release. It is Kimura`s most successful single digitally. Col...
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[Kumi Koda song] `Butterfly` is Kumi Koda`s 16th domestic single. `Butterfly` was the theme of TBS`s drama コスメの魔法2, and `Your Sunshine` was used in a televised advertisement for nibea bodi yakyō waitoningu UV. `Taisetsu na Kimi e` was certified gold in full-length cellphone downloads.{cn|date=January 2013} Surprisingly enough...
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[lighting] In cinematography, butterflies (also known as overheads) are structures on which materials are mounted so to control lighting in a scene or photograph. Materials commonly used on butterflies include: flags (black, opaque materials), nets (layers of neutral-colored bobinette), and diffusions (translucent white materials of differe...
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[options] In finance, a butterfly is a limited risk, non-directional options strategy that is designed to have a large probability of earning a limited profit when the future volatility of the underlying asset is expected to be lower than the implied volatility. == Long butterfly == A long butterfly position will make profit if the future v...
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[Smile.dk song] `Butterfly` is one of Smile.dk`s most popular songs and featured on their November 2, 1998 album Smile. It was written and produced by Robert Uhlmann and Robin Rex. The song gained popularity outside of Sweden when it was included on the first version of Konami`s music video game, Dance Dance Revolution and Dance Dance Revol...
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But'ter·fly` noun ; plural Butterflies [ Perh. from the color of a yellow species. Anglo-Saxon buter-flēge , buttor-fleóge ; confer German butterfliege , Dutch botervlieg . See Butter , and Fly .] (Zoology) A general name for t...
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A marking on the nose of some breeds that looks like a butterfly.
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A nose marking on some marked breeds and broken varieties
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A partially unpigmented nose; i.e., dark, spotted with flesh color.
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A partially unpigmented nose; i.e., dark, spotted with flesh color.
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A pattern desirable in broken patterned bunnies. The butterfly mark is color that spreads equally on both sides of the nose. A half butterfly or uneven butterfly are faults in show rabbits.
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A warm-up pose. Sit on the floor with your spine straight. Bend your knees to the side and bring the
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An option strategy involving the purchase of one put (or call), the sale of two puts (or calls) at a higher exercise price, and purchasing one put (or call) at an equally higher price.
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any of 14,000 species of insects belonging to four families. Butterflies, along with the moths and the skippers, make up the insect order ... [14 related articles]
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Butterfly

Butterfly is London Cockney rhyming slang for a neck tie or bow tie.
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Butterfly

Butterfly is the common name of all diurnal lepidopterous insects, corresponding to the original Linnaean genus Papilio. The family of the butterflies or diurnal Lepidoptera (so called to distinguish them from nocturnal or crepuscular Lepidoptera, such as moths) is a very extensive one, and naturalists differ much as to the manner of subdividing it...
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butterfly, any of a large group of insects found throughout most of the world; with the moths, they comprise the order Lepidoptera. There are about 12 families of butterflies. Most adult moths and butterflies feed on nectar sucked from flowers. In the process they may transfer pollen from one flower...
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