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It's called a base and an exponent, smart one...
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A counting base of 10 is a decimal base.
The base of a cylinder is called a circular base. It is a flat, circular surface that forms the top and bottom of the cylinder.
The average weight of a feather is - .00125 pounds.
Some can swim by undulating movements of the arms. Feather stars creep about by means of projections at the base of the crown, called cirri, which can grasp bottom objects.Source:http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1E1-feather-st.html
A feather has a main shaft, called the rachis.
It is believed to be a ostrich feather; but it is mostly now called the Ma'at feather.
Sometimes it is hard to tell but the male will have a funny curling feather on its tail. It curves down on the tail close to the body close to the top of the base of the tail. This is called the sex feather. If it has it, its a boy.
The feather is called a beard
A feather called a contuor feather
It's called the feather friends, they wanted feather buddies but it was already taken. They said they hope the feather buddies don't meet up with them in a dark alley!
The scientific name for a feather is a feather. however the feathers on a bird are called its "plumage".
theres a book called Sea Feather which is an Avon Camelot Book and there is also a book with a dad that raises a daughter named feather which is called The First Part Last by Angela Johnson... i hope one of these are the books you are talking about