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1. The newly hatched, wingless, often wormlike form of many insects before metamorphosis.
2. On the first pass he turned up Wingless Bird , Fish - Spear , and The Shadowed Path.
3. Any of numerous small, flat-bodied, wingless biting or sucking insects of the orders Mallophaga or Anoplura, many of which are external parasites on various animals, including human beings.
4. The worker termites are small and wingless, with soft bodies.
5. But can a wingless fairy save all of Fairytopia again?
6. A small, wingless insect (Thermobia domestica) related to the silverfish and inhabiting warm areas of buildings[sentencedict.com], as around furnaces or boilers.
7. Any of various social insects of the order Embioptera, having two-winged males and wingless females, both of which produce silk from glands in the front legs.
8. North American moth with gray - winged males and wingless females; larvae are fall cankerworms.
9. In addition to sow-bug husks, hollow and sipped empty of color, there are what seem to be two or three wingless moth bodies, one new flake of earwig, and three spider carcasses crinkled and clenched.
10. The author, Jeff Eisenberg, is the CEO of Pest Away Inc., a New York City–based company that is championing the fight against the wingless, odorous, red-bodied, bloodsucking Cimex lectularius.
11. Earlier this week, the Air Force announced that the X-51 WaveRider, a wingless scramjet, would make its first hypersonic flight.
12. The group discovered a morphogen, a protein present in embryonic tissue and encoded by a gene known as Wingless, which seems to be a linchpin of wing decoration.
13. These adults include winged, black-bodied males, red-brown winged females, one or more queens and wingless workers.
14. The name Aptera was chosen because the vehicle resembles a small, wingless aircraft.