- an Australian evergreen shrub of the genus Correa, with large showy tubular flowers
C19: after Jose Francesco Correa da Serra (1750–1823), Portuguese botanist
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But, Correa argued, this was just half the market value of the oil trapped in the coveted ITT bloc.
Finally last week, Correa asked Congress to allow drilling in the reserve.
He [Correa] is getting ready to blame rich nations for not giving enough to make [Yasuní] work.
In a nationwide broadcast, Correa bitterly complained of first-world indifference.
"Correa will have to gauge his decision very carefully," says Shifter.Ecuador Needs U.S. Aid. Will They Risk It All with Snowden?
June 26, 2013
It was so in the Correa, and in the Cratægus previously mentioned.Vegetable Teratology
Maxwell T. Masters
All this is stated on the sole authority of Correa (Lendas, I, p. 160).
The command was given to Correa, an officer accustomed to Indian warfare.Oregon and Eldorado
The text here selected is that of the Commentaries, which is fuller than that given by Correa.Rulers of India: Albuquerque
Henry Morse Stephens
Correa (Stanley, pp. 247–250) gives a different and imperfect account of the meeting.The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898, Volume XXXIII, 1519-1522