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  • noun swimmer

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  • noun a person who travels through the water by swimming


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  • In it, I present a new subspecies of Homo sapeins genetically engineered for life in the sea, H. sapiens natator.

    "I will battle for the sun..."

  • I do thank everyone who suggested slang/derisory terms for the bioengineered subspecies of humans, Homo sapiens natator.

    "I will battle for the sun..."

  • I've never read Watts, but his deep-adapted humanoids has me rethinking my Homo sapiens natator story.

    Eye Candy

  • _ ` Pugnat in adversas ire natator aquas_, 'yea, lustily for thy life, child.

    Jacob Faithful

  • He noted that Chrome, itself, already does this when a natator uses Chrome in its more stealthy Incognito mode.


  • Germar is of opinion that this is the same as natator, F.; but on comparison, I find it to ditfer in many small characters, the most obvious one of which is the colour of the epipleura, that of the natator being light piceous, whilst in the analis it is of a bronzed black, &c.

    Transactions of the American Philosophical Society


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