Producing eggs that are hatched after being expelled from the body:
opposed to ovoviporous producing eggs which incubate and hatch within the body but
without placentas. Back
Munmorah? Also, Manmrea; see notes on birdlife observations.
As written by Mathew, a short bar is
centred above the space between the u and the n; another short bar is above
the first e. Back
Gaspard Poussin (1615-1675), brother-in-law and pupil of Nicolas Poussin (1594-1665), whose name he adopted. Landscape artist combining heroic themes as favoured by Poussin with tonal lighting qualities of Gellée Claude (1600-1682). Immensely popular during the 18th century. [Murray, P&L; The Penguin Dictionary of Art and Artists 5th ed. Penguin 1983.] Back