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Boneyard: (in Dominoes) bank of dominoes that remains after each player has taken a turn cemetery place where bones of wild animals are collected place where old vehicle
Bounty hunter
Bounty hunter: One who captures criminals or wild animals in return for a financial reward one who receives a financial reward for recovering a valuable item salesman wh
Catamountain: Wild animal of the cat family (such as leopard or panther) regarded as the ancestor of the domestic cat
Cocoon: A protective layer of silk made by a silkworm. Also made by other larva that have the pupa develop. A protective cover. Verb: to wrap up and protect.
Cold frame
Cold frame: Wooden frame with glass top. Used to protect small plants from the cold.
Coltsfoot: A daisy plant that has yellow flowers and large leaves.
Comfrey: A plant that has large hairy leaves and many purple or white shaped flowers. Herbs of Europe and Iran that usually last three seasons and provide good shading.
Commensal: In biology this means the association between two organisms in which one benefits and the other derives neither benefit nor harm. Animal or plant species livi
Dacite: In geoology this is a volcanic rock that contains plagioclase and quartz and other crystalline minerals. This rock was first found in the Carpathian Mountains.
Daffodil: A plant that has bright yellow flowers and a trumped-shaped central crown. It belongs to the Narcissus plant species. Daffodil yellow: a shade of pale yellow.
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