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tropical

 [trop´ĭ-kal]
pertaining to the tropics, the regions of the earth lying between the tropic of Cancer above the Equator and the tropic of Capricorn below.

tropical

/trop·i·cal/ (trop´ĭ-k'l) pertaining to the regions of the earth bounded by the parallels of latitude 23° 27′ north and south of the equator.

tropical

(trŏp′ĭ-kal) [Gr. tropikos, turning]
Pert. to the tropics.

tropical

pertaining to the tropics, the regions of the earth lying between the tropic of Cancer above the equator and the tropic of Capricorn below.

tropical anhidrotic asthenia
a condition due to generalized absence of sweating in conditions of high temperature. See also anhidrosis.
tropical bont tick
amblyommavariegatum.
tropical canine pancytopenia (TCP)
see canine ehrlichiosis.
tropical cattle tick
boophilusmicroplus.
tropical Dairy Criollo cattle
Central American dairy cattle, light dun to deep red, often with black points and spectacles.
tropical fish
includes 400 species suitable for home aquariums. The common ones are goldfish, mollies, guppy, angelfish (pterophyllum), swordtail and sea horse.
tropical fowl mite
tropical horse tick
tropical rat mite
tropical theileriosis
Mediterranean coast fever.

Patient discussion about tropical

Q. Is it possible for teenager (13-25 years old) to have a white hair? (For tropical people) If possible, why?

A. And example of how it looks in poliosis:
http://dermis.multimedica.de/dermisroot/en/1269324/image.htm

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It is somewhat surprising how differently and extensively tropes play the roles in literary expression.
Logan's declining love of Janie is expressed through the trope of the falling hair; not only does he cease expressions of romantic love ("stopped talking in rhymes to her"), but he also abandons his loving intimacy of her physical presence ("ceased to wonder at her long black hair and finger it").
Properties, Ehring argues, are individual things, and since a theory of tropes can account for the nature of properties, we may dispense with universals.
Trope has added an additional perspective by providing more factual information about the desire to remember the development of the film medium versus a more common focus on moving film forward via new technologies and development of narrative techniques.
Since Potok never explains to us the reason for Ilana's sudden portliness, and no other piece of information in the text points to any logical explanation for her frequent corporeal transformations, I propose that the rationale behind this thematic vignette in "The Trope Teacher" is rooted in Ilana's symbolic function as the link between memory and the unconscious, specifically in her role as a vessel "overflowing" with historical memory.
An example of demonization would be the Israel/Nazi trope.
Brown further complicates the trope in Clotel through a third variant, which, although the least developed, is nonetheless important as it is not only the first appearance of the trope in the novel but also the catalyst for the primary plot.
With her daytime hours relatively free, the result of losing her job as a grocery industry sales representative, Trope was spending a good deal of time following news of the emerging national tea party movement.
One might suggest, indeed, that the mirror as trope has a very long and familiar life in musical literature, too--from Mozart's Figaro to Strauss's Rosenkavalier and Capriccio, among many instances.
Monophonic Tropes and Conductus of W1: The Tenth Fascicle.
Lawyer Marci Levine filled in briefly before Britney hired Trope on Wednesday.
Liderman's discussion of the trope of labour is by far the most developed, with almost half of the study devoted to it.