Definitions for "Dragons"
(Dracones). India. Golden mountains defended by dragons. Mythical fire-breathing creature with wings, scales and claws; malevolent in west, benevolent in east. Heraldry, common. Welsh dragon.
Reptilian magickal creatures often capable of flight and able to breath fire. See Dragons.
They are powerful living beings who unlike humans can exist in different realms with some belonging to the heavenly realms and some to either the animal or spirit realms. There are both beneficial and malevolent types.
Legendary magical flying reptiles. They're intelligent, cunning and they have a taste for treasure and human flesh. They get stronger and meaner as they age; ancient dragons are fearsome indeed
Dinosaurs recorded in human history. Some were capable of breathing fire by mixing of chemicals, much like the bombadier beetle. [See Bombadier Beetle.
Keywords:  cmdl, ccg, hexafluoride, gwp, tracer
Acronym for Distribution of Regional and Global and Oceanic Nitrous Oxide and Sulfur Hexafluoride, a NOAA CMDL program whose goal is to measure nitrous oxide and sulfur hexafluoride in flask samples from the CCG global flask network. The N O measurements are needed for better spatial resolution of sources and sinks as well as for improved overall growth estimates. The SF measurements are desired because of both the strong global warming potential (GWP) of the gas and its usefulness as a tracer for atmospheric transport studies. See the DRAGONS Web site.