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Originally appearing in Volume V05, Page 501 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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CATALPA, in botany, a genus belonging to the family Bignaniaceae and containing about ten species in America and eastern Asia. The best known is Catalpa bignonioides, a native of the eastern United States which is often cultivated in parks and gardens. It is a stately tree with large heart-shaped pointed leaves and panicles of white bell-shaped flowers streaked with yellow and brown purple.
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CATALONIA (Cataluna)
CATALYSIS (from the Gr. Kara, down, and Meta, to lo...

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