In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Larger plants, such as the Venus flytrap, rely on elastic instabilities, or spring-loaded force.
- Some of these plants resemble Venus flytraps, while others look like large eggplants to which protruding tongues have been attached.
- The dark elf approached the plant, a Venus flytrap, and released the fly to the air.
- On the way to the airport, he stops to dig up a Venus flytrap plant from the middle of a roadside snake farm.
- More morbidly, the Venus flytrap slams two halves of a leaf shut on nutritious insects.
- Rachelle had a passion for her son that is right out of Tennessee Williams's play, Suddenly, Last Summer, with its Venus flytrap mother and hypersensitive son.
- Further, some plants (sundews, Venus flytrap, pitcher plants) trap mobile animals.
- The cover of this one particular magazine is inescapable - inescapable like a Venus flytrap.
- Her imagery includes a dog and palm tree, a Venus flytrap and butterflies, a William Morris-type gerbera pattern, and a pineapple.
- In desperation he travelled to Germany to ‘receive an experimental drug made from the juices of the Venus flytrap plant’.
- Consider the Venus flytrap, the poster child for carnivorous plants: Its jaw-like leaves can ensnare insects in an eye-blurring one-tenth of a second.
- Mahadevan likened the Venus flytrap's hinged leaves to a plastic lid that is bowed in one direction and then suddenly pops the other way.
- How can the Venus flytrap indulge its taste for insect flesh?
- The light over the Venus flytrap was dim, but still far more than a dark elf preferred.
- There is no one to spot it and the rain turns the grass into a Venus flytrap.
- She is tomboyish, flat chested, skinny, with lopsided lips and a smile that opens like a Venus flytrap.
- The 8th is beautiful but only like a Venus flytrap is beautiful.
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