And natation , swimming, comes from natare… natatum; ‘nation’ as an alternative, along the lines of ‘dilation,’ would obviously be wrong.
From 4.27 to 6.47 pm various occupations (fencing, reflection, immobility, visits, contemplation, dexterity, natation , etc.)…
This maneuver allows the natatory cord to become more prominent.
The back limbs are strongly flattened and equipped with thick natatorial stubbles acting as paddles.
Diving beetles typically have natatorial legs as they spend most of their time underwater.
The equivalent of the natatory ligament in the first web is also called distal commissural ligament.
Today my editor upbraided me for the superfluous ornateness of my prose, opining that my headline, ‘Indigenous demoiselle is triumphant in natatorial tourney’ might more fittingly have been rendered, ‘Local girl wins swimming contest.’
These salamanders are natatorial and motile.
An elongate, metameric body bears numerous pairs of lateral imbricating lobes, probably of natatorial function, sometimes accompanied by repeating sets of horizontal support rods.
These are distinguished from nonreproductive adults by the presence of natatory setae and an enlarged medial region for gamete storage.