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specie

1. coin money, as distinguished from bullion or paper money
2. in specie
a. (of money) in coin
b. Law in the actual form specified
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A flagship specie, this dolphin is an indicator of the biological health of the aquatic and terrestrial environment adjoining the Indus River.
These are facts on the specie: 1)Kangaroos are the largest specie the Marsupials infraclass consisting of animals with a pouch.
The students banded together to display their artworks of monkeys, and held interactive rounds of exchanging interesting and fun trivia about the beloved specie.
According to Community Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) Officer Alexander Casco of DENR Southern Leyte, sea turtles are critically endangered specie not only in the Philippines but across the globe.
The seized hardwood red lauan specie was estimated to be around 3.
Propagate floribunda and specie roses by semi-ripe cuttings taken from shoots which haven't carried flower ?
The current study is focused on biofuel production from local specie of algae.
Biologist Marcelo Szpilman ydentified the shark as being from the mako specie which is from the same family as the white sharks.
It is caused by the Taenia specie, in this disease there is a cyst formation in the brain of the affected host.
The shark, an endangered specie, weighs about a tonne.
Whatever specie the colonies acquired through their trade with the Caribbean and southern Europe was lost when they imported finished goods from England.
That the Liquidator be authorised to distribute all or part of the surplus assets of the Company in specie or otherwise to the Members as he may think fit.