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Proterandry, prot-e-ran′dri, n. the maturity of the anthers of a perfect flower before its stigma is ready to receive the pollen.
Proterogyny, prot-e-roj′i-ni, n. the maturity of the stigmas of a perfect flower before its anthers have matured their pollen.
Consider whether you would like better to talk with him alone, or in presence of the rest.16 Prot.
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If there be any other between reason, or any other end, tell us what it is.109 Prot.