moth [mɔθ; (-) mɔ:θ]
- As I slowly uncurl my fingers he bends to look at the pea-size moth paralyzed with fear in the center of my hand.
- Population dynamics prediction techniques of lymantria dispar l.
- Representational difference analysis of dna sequences related to cartap resistance in diamondback moth plutella xylostella l.
- Male silk moth nourishing both yin and kidney is a rare treasure of china's.
- Noctuid moth larvae that travel in multitudes destroying esp.grass and grain.
- Larva of a migratory american noctuid moth; destroys grasses and small grains.
- Larva of a saturniid moth; spins a large amount of strong silk in constructing its cocoon.
- Larva of a noctuid moth; highly destructive to esp.corn and cotton and tomato crops.
- Some energy traders look instead to woolly worms small fuzzy caterpillars that are the larva of the isabella tiger moth as predictors of winter weather.
- And that all the land is a salt and smoking waste not planted or giving fruit or clothed with grass but wasted like sodom and gomorrah admah and zeboiim on which the lord sent destruction in the heat of his wrath:
- And as esaias said before except the lord of sabaoth had left us a seed we had been as sodoma and been made like unto gomorrha.
- Moth whose larvae form nests by rolling and tying leaves with spun silk.
- Floating freely in a weightless condition; a baby bat... fluffy and weightless as a moth; jackets made of a weightless polyester fabric.
- In vintage aeroplanes like the tiger moth you only have a very limited range of instruments and are quite exposed to the elements.
- Moderate-sized asiatic moth whose larvae feed on mulberry leaves and produce silk.