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The Amphicar Model 770 is an amphibious automobile, launched at the 1961 New York Auto Show, manufactured in West Germany and marketed in the United States from 1961-1967, with production having ended in 1965.

Amphicarpaea bracteata

Amphicarpaea bracteata (hog-peanut or ground bean) is an annual to perennial vine in the legume family, native to woodland, thickets, and moist slopes in eastern North America.


Amphicarpaea, commonly known as hogpeanut, is a genus of flowering plants in the legume family, Fabaceae.

Amphicarpum muehlenbergianum

Amphicarpum muehlenbergianum (or A. muhlenbergianum) is a species of grass known by the common names blue maidencane, Muhlenberg maidencane, and goobergrass.


Amphicarpum (common name maidencane) is a genus of North American plants in the grass family, found only in the eastern United States.


Amphicarpy is a reproductive strategy that is expressed mostly in annual plant species. It is characterized by two types of fruit being produced, or sometimes by more than two types.


In Greek mythology, Amphiaraus (; Ancient Greek: Ἀμφιάραος Amphiaraos, "doubly cursed" or "twice Ares-like") was the king of Argos along with Adrastus and Iphis.

Amphiareion of Oropos

The Amphiareion of Oropos (Greek: Άμφιαρείον Ωρωπού), situated in the hills 6 km southeast of the fortified port of Oropos, was a sanctuary dedicated in the late 5th century BCE to the hero Amphiaraos, where pilgrims went to seek oracular responses and healing.


The Amphicat is a six-wheel-drive, skid steer amphibious all-terrain vehicle manufactured in the late 1960s through the early 1970s by Mobility Unlimited Inc.


Amphiarthrosis is a type of continuous, slightly movable joint.