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A usual clutch (nest) has three to five leathery
The opening credits alone feature leathery
corpses being cut open against a soundtrack of eerily sinister violins.
BERGENIA OTHERWISE known as elephant's ears because of the shape of their leathery
leaves, these cabbage-shaped low-growing perennials produce pink, mauve, white or red flowers, but their leaves can also change colour depending on the variety you choose.
In 1821, French physician Pierre Bretonneau described diphtheria's unique clinical characteristics during an epidemic in southern France, when he named it diphterite after the leathery
texture of the pseudomembrane.
Bamboo sharks (Chiloscyllium punctatum) develop inside a leathery
egg case (left) that opens slightly near hatching time.
The big leathery
animals that they are, they need to know how to cool themselves off.
It's always a shock then, upon seeing Howard 'Mr Nice' Marks in the flesh because he looks as tanned and leathery
as a Rolling Stone (more like a cross between Keith Richards and a vintage suitcase) and sounds more like an affable Valleys uncle musing over a pint than a tabloid-baiting drugs despot.
One uses leathery
maroon tongues, writhing, laced up both sides with
Outrageously bold top notes scintillate the senses, while a feminine floral heart contrasts sharply against a leathery
, sexy base." Outspoken is housed in a glamorous translucent black bottle topped with a cap inspired by the luxurious decor in Fergie's bridal suite on her much-publicized wedding day to actor Josh Duhamel.
There may also be long-term health effects including premature aging of the skin which will then look coarse, leathery
and wrinkled; skin cancer - the more exposures, the greater the risks; increased risk of cataracts (clouding of the lens of the eye) later in life, (if suitable goggles are not worn).