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auk any of a group of web-footed, short-winged sea birds that live in colder parts of the Northern Hemisphere and are skilled at swimming and diving.
B- in the U.S. military, a plane used to transport and drop bombs, such as a B-17 or B-52.
basidiomycete any of the fungi, such as mushrooms, puffballs, and smuts, that bear spores on a club-shaped cell.
bombardier one who operates the bombsight and bomb-release mechanism in a bomber aircraft.
clavate club-shaped.
cobalamin vitamin B-12.
gull1 any of a variety of web-toed aquatic birds characterized by long pointed wings, agile flight, and mostly gray and white plumage.
halter2 either of a pair of club-shaped appendages that form rudimentary hind wings on an insect, such as the fly or mosquito, and serve to maintain its balance in flight.
light bulb an incandescent electric light, or the bulb-shaped glass housing that encloses its filament.
murre either of two black and white, web-footed diving birds of northern oceans.
Negroid (outdated; often offensive; no longer in scientific use) of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a member of a human racial group originating in sub-Saharan Africa, particularly characterized by having dark skin. [1/2 definitions]
web-toed having webfeet; web-footed.