Literally Means

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Types of Seafood
... A valve is the name used for the protective shell of a bivalve, so bivalve literally means two shells ... Aquatic gastropods, also known as sea snails, are univalves which means they have a protective shell that is in a single piece ... Gastropod literally means stomach-foot, because they appear to crawl on their stomachs ...
Chinese Honorifics - Addressing or Referring To Others - The Addressee's Family Members
... Chinese Simplified Chinese Pinyin Meaning Notes 令尊 令尊 lìngzūn Your father Literally means "the beautiful and respected one" ... 令堂 令堂 lìngtáng Your mother Literally means "the beautiful and dignified one" ... 令閫 令阃 lìngkǔn Your wife Literally means "the beautiful door to the woman's room" ...
Masbate City - Facts and Figures - Barangays - Barangay Description
... Anas Anas came from the word “Dangas” which literally means bald ... Bolo is an Ilongo word which means a small variety of bamboo called Bolo Bagacay which grew abundantly in Bolo before ... It literally means a “camalig” or a nipa hut built in the area ...
List Of Replaced Loanwords In Turkish - Lists of Replaced Loanwords - Loanwords of Persian Origin
... abuk ivedi * quick(ly) The Turkish word is derived from the verb ivmek, which means to hurry چاره çare çözüm solution چهره çehre yüz face ... dörtte bir quarter Both the Persian and the Turkish expressions literally mean one in four درد dert ağrı pain Dert changed meaning and is now used as "problem ... The original Persian word actually means tired همیشه hemîşe her zaman always The Persian word is no longer in use ...
Shelem - Glossary
... Molali Koor - Literally means Blind Clergy Ali's Hand ... Jozve Khaan - Literally means Booklet reader, and refers to players who have read the booklet of Shelem ... Poisson distribution of hands - Refers to the equally distributed hands by means of their power ...

Famous quotes containing the words means and/or literally:

    To develop an empiricist account of science is to depict it as involving a search for truth only about the empirical world, about what is actual and observable.... It must involve throughout a resolute rejection of the demand for an explanation of the regularities in the observable course of nature, by means of truths concerning a reality beyond what is actual and observable, as a demand which plays no role in the scientific enterprise.
    Bas Van Fraassen (b. 1941)

    The illimitable, silent, never-resting thing called Time, rolling, rushing on, swift, silent, like an all-embracing ocean- tide, on which we and all the universe swim like exhalations, like apparitions which are, and then are not: this is forever very literally a miracle; a thing to strike us dumb, for we have no word to speak about it.
    Thomas Carlyle (1795–1881)