Sixteen years later, scientists saw numbers restored in one pod but not the other.
When he first tries the pods for himself, he fails to realize that a fly has made its way into the other pod.
Top adviser Eric Fehrnstrom told MSNBC that Santorum and Gingrich are “two peas in a pod—longtime Washington legislators.”
But at Cheshire, prisoners rarely, if ever, leave their pod.
pod very long and linear, completely 2-celled by a spongy false partition; seeds crestless.
The pod is elliptical, and the cotton which bursts from it at maturity is snow-white.
It is really a pretty sight to put a pod of the common pea, or a raspberry into water.
Rub the warts with the inside of a bean pod, and then throw the pod away.
No other locust is so scantily supplied with seeds in a pod.
"Yellow cotton" was cotton which for any reason had been stained in the pod.
"seed of beans," 1680s, of uncertain origin; found earlier in podware "seed of legumes, seed grain" (mid-15c.), which had a parallel form codware "husked or seeded plants" (late 14c.), related to cod "husk of seeded plants," which was in Old English. In reference to pregnancy from 1890; in reference to a round belly from 1825. Meaning "detachable body of an aircraft" is from 1950. Pod people (1956) is from movie "Invasion of the Body Snatchers," based on novel by Jack Finney.
"herd of whales or seals," 1827, American English, of unknown origin.
A fruit or seed case that usually splits along two seams to release its seeds when mature. Legumes, such as peas and beans, produce pods.
A suffix meaning "foot." It is used in the scientific names of the members of many groups of organisms, such as arthropod, an organism having "jointed feet," and sauropod, a dinosaur having "lizard feet." It is also used in the names of different kinds of limbs or limblike body parts, such as pseudopod, the "false foot" of an amoeba.
Marijuana; pot: Diane smoked jive, pod, and tea
[1952+ Narcotics; origin unknown; perhaps fr the pod, or seed container, the flowering and fruiting head of the female cannabis plant; perhaps an alteration of pot]