Erica

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ERICA

ERICA, or the Experiment on Rapidly Intensifying Cyclones over the Atlantic, is a scientific field project that started in the winter of 1988/1989. Its aims were to better understand the processes involved in rapid cyclogenesis, and so improve understanding and forecasting of the situations that cause it. ...
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Erica

• (n.) A genus of shrubby plants, including the heaths, many of them producing beautiful flowers.
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Erica

(Heather) This group consists of more than 500, evergreen plants ranging in size from dwarf shrubs to small trees, native to Europe, Turkey, and Africa, especially South Africa. The foliage of these plants come in a wide variety of colors including gold, silver, red, gray, and an unlimited range of greens, from olive to lime. They bear delicate, be...
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erica

true heath noun any plant of the genus Erica
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Erica

[name] An Oklahoma Sooners fan gives the `Horns down` sign to mock their rival, the Texas Longhorns, in the 2007 Red River Shootout. The taunting hand gesture is an inverted Hook `em Horns. ...
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Erica

[spider] Erica is a genus of the spider family Salticidae (jumping spiders). Its only described species, Erica eugenia, is found from Panama to Brazil. ...
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Erica

E·ri'ca noun [ New Latin , from Latin erice heath, Greek ....] (Botany) A genus of shrubby plants, including the heaths, many of them producing beautiful flowers.
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erica

Any plant of a large group that includes the heathers. There are about 500 species, distributed mainly in South Africa with some in Europe. (Genus Erica, family Ericaceae.)
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Erica

Erica is a Scandinavian name for girls. The meaning is `powerful leader, peaceful ruler` The name Erica is most commonly given to Italian girls. (3 times more often than to American girls.) Use for the other sex: Eric What do they use in other countries? Ricky (English) Freddy (English) Fred (English) Freddie (English) Rickie (English) Fredi Ricki ...
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Erica

Erica, the heath, is a large genus of branched rigid shrubs, forming the type of the natural order Ericaceae, most of which are natives of South Africa, a few being found in Europe and Asia. The leaves are narrow and rigid, the flowers are globose or tubular, and four-lobed. Five species are found in Britain.
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erica

[n] - any plant of the genus Erica
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