Erythrina variegata

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Noun1.Erythrina variegata - small to medium-sized thorny tree of tropical Asia and northern Australia having dense clusters of scarlet or crimson flowers and black seeds
coral tree, erythrina - any of various shrubs or shrubby trees of the genus Erythrina having trifoliate leaves and racemes of scarlet to coral red flowers and black seeds; cultivated as an ornamental
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MARCELO LOFFREDA still resembled a man under enormous pressure despite seeing his Tigers claw their way back into the top four.
While they are not close to the home form of the likes of Hull - one threetime promotion-winning manager Steve Bruce has described as "impeccable" and key to seeing the Tigers claw their way back into the Premier League - they are sixth in the 'home' table.
While they are not close to the home form of the likes of Hull - one three-time promotion-winning manager Steve Bruce has described as "impeccable" and key to seeing the Tigers claw their way back into the Premier League - they are sixth in the 'home' table.
Victory for Hull at home to already relegated Bristol City tonight will see the Tigers claw themselves to within a point of a top-flight return after three seasons.
Second-half strikes from Grzegorz Rasiak and substitute Bradley Wright- Phillips ended a brave fightback that had seen the Tigers claw their way level just before half-time after going two down.
After seeing the Taunton Tigers claw their way to a 6-0 advantage in the bottom of the first inning with just two solid hits, Boris bounced back to allow just one hit over the final six innings of yesterday's Division 1 state softball final at Rockwood Field.
An earlier Lloyd try had helped Tigers claw their way back from 9-15 behind at half-time.
For a change, the Eagles encountered stiffer resistance as the Tigers clawed their way back from a 22-point deficit with a strong third quarter performance that allowed them to pull within 81-80.
Down by as much as 11, 48-37, early in the third quarter, the Growling Tigers clawed their way back behind Kevin Ferrer and Karim Abdul, unleashing a 14-2 run to open the fourth quarter for a 73-68 lead.
And the Tigers clawed their way back into the game and were level in the 23rd minute - Nick Barmby volleying home Craig Fagan's pass.
Barford Tigers clawed their way to a 3-1 victory over Birmingham Eagles with Sati Mann, Hafiz Mohammed and Sukh Sahota on target.
PETER TAYLOR backed his old club Hull to beat the drop after the Tigers clawed their way out of the Championship relegation zone.