Freshbutter, saltbeef, anchovies, tunny, a shopful of Planchet's commodities, fowls, vegetables, salad, fish from the pond and the river, game from the forest--all the produce, in fact, of the province.
Grocery storesshow off their produce by placing the mostattractivespecimensin front.
A femaleblue whalemayproduce a specific power of up to 16 kilowattspertonne when sprinting.
This algorithm will produce a state machine for parsing a givencontext-freegrammar.
Unless the head is drivenout of the bowel it will continue to producenew segments[…]The stoolspassedafteradministration of the taenifuge should be carefullyexamined with a view to discover the head of the worm.
Because the presentclimate can neverproduceenoughweathering to produce oxisols, torroxsoils are alwayspaleosolsformedduringperiods of muchwetterclimates.
To mingle with others of its kind and produce the next generation of eggs, toxoplasmamustfind its way to the gastrointestinal tract of a cat.
2,5-Bis(trifluoromethyl)-1,3,4-oxadiazole (104) has been reported by severalgroups to react with ring-strainedalkenesunderforcingthermalconditions to producecoupledproducts
Its portfolios have returnedmore than 20 percent a yearafterfees for twodecades, and those fees — which produce the profits that unitholders have a stake in — have been ample.
The voltagebetween the wires is too low to produce a spark.
region of the bodyHisbicycleseatproduced a great deal of perinealdiscomfort.
The first pictureless postcard was produced in Austria in 1869, and by the end of the centurypicturecards had been introduced, setting off a rash of collecting.
The childrenwatched in raptattention as the magicianproducedobjectafterobject from his hat.
Reading Mr. Shenker’s articles was likepanning for gold: just beneath their calm, reporterly surface were glimmeringnuggets that producedsmall, sweetshockswhenever they came tolight.
The bubblingproduced a froth with would overflow the glassunless you drankquickly. This, of course, would get you quite slarmied in a hurry.
A quickly-producedsuboptimalsolution to a problem is oftenmoreuseful than an optimal one that takes a long time to produce.
That torvous, sourlookproduced by anger. — Derham.
Initiatesknow that beyond the wall of flutteringpant legslies a trove of bluejeansproduced by nicheJapaneselabels in the kind of ultradesirable limitededitions that recallRichard Serra lithographs or RedShoulderchardonnay.
To facilitateproteinidentification, we coupledproteomicsanalysis to the transcriptomesequencing of maleaccessoryglands, the tissueproducing spermatophylaxes in male G.
In the samespecies, silencing of the meiosis-associatedgene MEZ1 (ZPT2-5), yieldsplantsproducing tetracolporate pollen grains with increasedDNAcontent that lead to prematureseedabortionafterpollination and fertilization [51 ].
These are surgical, uninephrectomy or subtotalnephrectomyproducingmild to severeRI, or acutepharmacologicallyinducedchanges to the heart or kidney.
Subsequentlyturning the newinsight into action—embodying the idea, producing the revolutionarybehavior—requires tough-mindedness, the willingness to try outbehavior and allow his or her ideas to die in his or her stead...