1 ) The phrase  CREEPING PLANT HAVING CURVING FLOWERS THOUGHT TO RESEMBLE FETUSES; NATIVE TO EUROPE; NATURALIZED GREAT BRITAIN AND EASTERN NORTH AMERICA  best describes a(an):
  •   nunnery
  •   aspire
  •   aristolochia clematitis
  •   excellent
  •   exodus

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  1. small class of marine mollusks comprising the chitons; sometimes considered an order of the subclass Amphineura
  2. whisk ferns; comprising the family Psilotaceae or Psilotatae: vascular plants with no roots, partial if any leaf differentiation, and rudimentary spore sacs
  3. whisk ferns; comprising the family Psilotaceae or Psilotatae: vascular plants with no roots, partial if any leaf differentiation, and rudimentary spore sacs
  4. extinct gymnosperms most of Carboniferous to Jurassic: seed ferns and allies
  5. class of fungi in which the fruiting body is a perithecium; includes powdery mildews and ergot and Neurospora
  6. class of cold-blooded air-breathing vertebrates with completely ossified skeleton and a body usually covered with scales or horny plates; once the dominant land animals
  7. coextensive with the Rhodophyta: red algae
  8. characterized by the formation of pseudopods for locomotion and taking food: Actinopoda; Rhizopoda
  9. small class of bilaterally symmetrical marine forms comprising the tooth shells
  10. a former classification
  11. coelenterates in which the polyp stage is absent or at least inconspicuous: jellyfishes
  12. horsetails and related forms
  13. strictly parasitic protozoans that are usually immobile; includes plasmodia and coccidia and piroplasms and malaria parasites
  14. the organization of classes within a society
  15. conflict between social or economic classes (especially between the capitalist and proletariat classes)
  16. small class of minute arthropods; unimportant except for the garden centipede
  17. in some classifications considered a separate phylum: microscopic arachnid-like invertebrates living in water or damp moss having 4 pairs of legs and instead of a mouth a pair of stylets or needlelike piercing organs connected with the pharynx
  18. yews: in some systems classified as a class (Taxopsida) and in others as a subdivision (Taxophytina) used in some classifications for one of five subdivisions of Gymnospermophyta
  19. ctenophores have retractile tentacles
  20. small class of free-swimming tunicates; sometimes classified as an order