cephalopod mollusk


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Related to cephalopod mollusk: class Cephalopoda
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Noun1.cephalopod mollusk - marine mollusk characterized by well-developed head and eyes and sucker-bearing tentaclescephalopod mollusk - marine mollusk characterized by well-developed head and eyes and sucker-bearing tentacles
mollusc, mollusk, shellfish - invertebrate having a soft unsegmented body usually enclosed in a shell
Cephalopoda, class Cephalopoda - octopuses; squids; cuttlefish; pearly nautilus
chambered nautilus, pearly nautilus, nautilus - cephalopod of the Indian and Pacific oceans having a spiral shell with pale pearly partitions
dibranch, dibranchiate, dibranchiate mollusk - cephalopods having two gills
octopod - a cephalopod with eight arms but lacking an internal shell
decapod - cephalopods having eight short tentacles plus two long ones
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The leaker didn't explain what the "nautilus design" meant, but he did attach a link to a video showing Samsung's rollable display shown in 2016 "just (https://twitter.com/Samsung_News_/status/1147508709419077635) for illustration purposes ." According to (https://www.google.com/search?q=define+nautilus&oq=define+nautilus&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i60j69i59j69i60l2j69i59.2400j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8) Google , a nautilus is "a cephalopod mollusk with a light external spiral shell," which implies that the rollable phone could resemble the design seen in the video:
The perceptive cephalopod mollusk correctly chose the winner in 80 per cent of Germany's Euro 2008 campaign and in each of Germany's five 2010 World Cup matches.
Our cephalopod mollusk (erm, octopus) could spot a target in a box when he saw one.
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The cephalopod mollusk was hailed a hero but died like many of his native countrymen - in a German tank.