Cle·o·nus | \ klēˈōnəs\
Definition of Cleonus
: a genus of Old World weevils (family Curculionidae) including one (Cleonus punctiventris) that is a destructive pest of sugar beet, the adults feeding on the leaves and the larvae on the roots
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an act or instance of returning to life
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