wilga


Also found in: Wikipedia.

wilga

(ˈwɪlɡə)
n
(Plants) a small drought-resistant tree, Geijera parviflora, of Australia, having hard aromatic wood, white flowers, and foliage that resembles that of the willow
[C19: from a native Australian language]
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
References in periodicals archive ?
lb, the Trangie Cowal Pedoderm covers three pedoderm components (labelled as 7, 8, and 9) and is the largest in area, characterised by Wilga red-brown profiles (Red Chromosol) and Byron red-brown earth (Red Chromosol).
She had a particular fondness for large dogs, most recently her new rescue adoptions Leo and Wilga, treating them as if they were her children.
The works on batoids musculature has focused on anatomical descriptions (De Andres et al, 1997; Miyake; Nishida, 1990; Miyake et al, 1992; Gonzalez-Isais, 2003; Gonzalez-Isais & Montes, 2004; Montes & Gonzalez-Isais, 2007), muscular kinematics (Wilga & Motta, 1998), and evolutionary feeding mechanism musculature (Dean & Motta, 2004); some phylogeny studies based on external morphology use characters from the cephalic musculature (Nishida, 1990; McEachran et al, 1996; Lovejoy, 1996; Gonzalez-Isais & Dominguez).
Anthony Wilga, 21, of 11 Susan Drive, Dudley, charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or .08 percent, and speeding, continued to April 28.
This is especially connected with the Vistula River, in the area marked by transverse sections, comprising the mouth areas of the Prqdnik and Wilga, where some bridges are located.
Marey 1893, Magnan 1930, Campbell 1951, Klausewitz 1964, Roberts 1969, Daniel 1988, Heine 1992, Rosenberger & Westneat 1999, Rosenberger 2001, Wilga & Lauder 2004), quienes observaron diferentes especies para hallar patrones de movimiento de las aletas pectorales.
"The private aircraft Wilga crashed while taking off.
It contains the Wilga Downs magnetic anomaly where just two holes have been drilled.
The small Wilga PZL-104 plane crashed onto the runway of the Shumen airport in north-eastern Bulgaria Saturday morning after losing power some 10 meters above ground.
These permits are located immediately north and west of ESG's key CSG permit PEL 238, which contains the Narrabri Gas Project and the Wilga Park Gas Fired Power Station.
rogersi is specially based on the undulation of pectoral fins (rather than the tail) (Wilga & Lauder, 2004), it is possible that these individuals had difficulties in swimming and escaping from potential predators (sharks), and secondly, its capabilities as a predator would be significantly limited, even with their well-formed mouths that will allow them to feed on their prey such as polychaetes, shrimps and crabs (Navia et al., 2009).