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Wick, for one, wouldn’t be able to survive without his nautilus pills.
The structure of the modern nautilus shells was not as close to that of prehistoric ammonites as Case and colleagues suggested, and the robotic mosasaur model was too simple and inflexible.
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Origin and Etymology of nautilus
New Latin, from Latin, paper nautilus, from Greek nautilos, literally, sailor, from naus ship
First Known Use: 1601See Words from the same year
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