High speed air thrusts the pods from one location to the final destination, continuously giving them little bursts along the way.
Think two metal tubes placed side by side enclosed with pods inside of them.
When he first tries the pods for himself, he fails to realize that a fly has made its way into the other pod.
pods run one direction down one tube and the opposite direction down the other.
The dull, yellowish-green leaves are rather thickish and downy, the pods erect.
The pods ripen so irregularly that they have to be picked by hand.
Each plant produces from four to six pods, which are of a curious, elliptic form, and contain three or four large peas.
It grows on a small bush, which is loaded with the pods, which are very strong.
The pods are in pairs, a foot or fifteen inches in length, and contain a groove on their inner sides.
Draw a leaf, a flower, a pair of pods, and a seed with its tuft.
"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.
Stupid, unfeeling, machinelike people; zombie: Have body snatchers invaded America's airwaves? Is this pure pop for pod people?/ And find you're a bug. A pod person?
[1956+; fr the extraterrestrial creatures depicted in the 1956 movie Invasion of the Body Snatchers, who spawn in pods and take over the bodies of human beings; based on a novel by Daniel Mainwaring]
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]