glass-rope definition

  • noun:
    • A vitreous sponge for the genus Hyalonema, with a long stem, comprising a bundle of long glassy siliceous fibres turned collectively.
    • an extraordinary vitreous sponge, for the genus Hyalonema, first brought from Japan. It has an extended stem, comprising a lot of money of long and large, glassy, siliceous materials, turned together.
    • The stem of a glass-sponge, as Hyalonema.
    • A vitreous sponge associated with the genus Hyalonema, with an extended stem, comprising a lot of money of lengthy glassy siliceous fibres twisted collectively.
    • A remarkable vitreous sponge, regarding the genus Hyalonema, first brought from Japan. This has an extended stem, consisting of big money of long and large, glassy, siliceous fibers, turned collectively.
    • The stem of a glass-sponge, as Hyalonema.
    • A vitreous sponge of genus Hyalonema, with a long stem, comprising a bundle of long glassy siliceous fibres turned together.
    • an amazing vitreous sponge, of the genus Hyalonema, first brought from Japan. It offers a lengthy stem, composed of a bundle of lengthy and enormous, glassy, siliceous materials, turned collectively.
    • The stem of a glass-sponge, as Hyalonema.
    • A vitreous sponge of genus Hyalonema, with a long stem, comprising a lot of money of lengthy glassy siliceous fibres turned collectively.
    • an extraordinary vitreous sponge, of the genus Hyalonema, initially brought from Japan. It has a long stem, consisting of a bundle of lengthy and enormous, glassy, siliceous fibers, turned collectively.
    • The stem of a glass-sponge, as Hyalonema.
    • A vitreous sponge for the genus Hyalonema, with an extended stem, consisting of a lot of money of lengthy glassy siliceous fibres turned together.
    • an extraordinary vitreous sponge, of this genus Hyalonema, first brought from Japan. It offers an extended stem, composed of a bundle of lengthy and large, glassy, siliceous materials, twisted together.
    • The stem of a glass-sponge, as Hyalonema.
    • A vitreous sponge regarding the genus Hyalonema, with a long stem, consisting of a lot of money of long glassy siliceous fibres twisted together.
    • A vitreous sponge of genus Hyalonema, with a long stem, consisting of big money of lengthy glassy siliceous fibres twisted together.
    • an extraordinary vitreous sponge, of genus Hyalonema, first brought from Japan. It offers an extended stem, consisting of a bundle of lengthy and large, glassy, siliceous materials, turned together.
    • A vitreous sponge of this genus Hyalonema, with a long stem, composed of a bundle of lengthy glassy siliceous fibres turned together.
    • A remarkable vitreous sponge, associated with genus Hyalonema, initially brought from Japan. It's a long stem, composed of a lot of money of long and large, glassy, siliceous materials, twisted together.
    • A vitreous sponge of genus Hyalonema, with a lengthy stem, composed of big money of lengthy glassy siliceous fibres turned together.
    • A vitreous sponge for the genus Hyalonema, with a lengthy stem, composed of a lot of money of long glassy siliceous fibres turned together.
    • an amazing vitreous sponge, of genus Hyalonema, initially brought from Japan. It has a lengthy stem, comprising a lot of money of long and enormous, glassy, siliceous materials, turned collectively.
    • The stem of a glass-sponge, as Hyalonema.
    • The stem of a glass-sponge, as Hyalonema.
    • an extraordinary vitreous sponge, of the genus Hyalonema, first brought from Japan. It's a lengthy stem, composed of a bundle of long and large, glassy, siliceous fibers, turned collectively.
    • A remarkable vitreous sponge, for the genus Hyalonema, first brought from Japan. This has an extended stem, composed of a lot of money of lengthy and enormous, glassy, siliceous fibers, twisted collectively.
    • The stem of a glass-sponge, as Hyalonema.
    • The stem of a glass-sponge, as Hyalonema.
    • The stem of a glass-sponge, as Hyalonema.
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