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a dry one-seeded indehiscent fruit that usually possesses a woody wall
What does 'woody wall' mean in respect to nuts?
I learnt a new word today - indehiscent.
Last edited by 5jj; 30-Mar-2014 at 23:01.
That's why nutcrackers were invented.
Not a doctor/vet.
I have been known to split an infinitive, but never to split open a surgical wound, which probably explains my unfamiliarity with the word.
I am not a teacher.
To boldly dehisce where no nut has dehisced before.