But he still saw his sideproduce a rousingdisplay which owedmuch to their laudedprowess from set-pieces, despite Uefa regulationsmeaning the pitchhad to be widened and, in the process, the run-uparea for Delap's longthrowsreduced.
A billion trips are made on the school runeveryyear and, betweenus, parentsproducetwo million extratons of the greenhouse gascarbon dioxide, a cause of global warming.
The sekere may betwisted, shaken or slapped to produce a subtlevariety of effects.
Monsanto practicesselective breeding to producehigh-yieldseeds.
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.
Crocine is responsible for color, picrocrocine produces the slightlybittertaste, and safranal gives off saffron’s distinctivearoma.
One hectare (about 2.5 acres) of forestcleared and converted to ranchland or cropsproduces a piece of landworth, on average, $200 to $500.
Suppose we have a widgetfactory that produces 100 widgetsperyear, and a sprocketfactory that produces 200 sprocketsperyear.
NextReportsClimaticLimits on LandscapeDevelopment in the NorthwesternHimalayaNicholas Brozovi , * Douglas W. Burbank, Andrew J. Meigs The interactionbetweentectonism and erosionproducesruggedlandscapes in activelydeformingregions.
Suppose we have a widgetfactory that produces 100 unitsperyear...
Perhaps the mostexcitingarea in evolution is in exploring how rewiring the circuitry of genesproducesdifferentarthropodappendages, or wingspots on butterflies.
I aminventing a language which mustnecessarilyburst forth from a very newpoetics, that could be defined in a couple of words: Paint, not the thing, but the effect it produces. - Stéphane Mallarmé
The Anahi Minelocatednear the Brazilianborderproducesamethyst, citrina and Bolivianite.
Failure to turn offSINsignalingproduces multiseptated cells that remainuncleaved and contain one or twonuclei [7 ].
The figure of a manheavingin sightamidst these widesolitudes, alwayscauses a startle and thrill of expectation and doubt, similar to the feelingproduced by the announcement of " a strangesail ahead" on shipboard, during a longvoyage.
Electrochemicalpolymerization of the 1,2-tritiatedmonomerproduced a polymer in which all of the tritiums were eliminatedexcept for those located at the ends of the chains
A whirlpool is an instance of a vortexproduced by oceantides, or by a holeunderneath where the water would drainout, such as in a bathtub.
Heproduced a wine key from his jacketpocket and effortlesslyremoved the cork from the bottle of red.
Many of the bestexamples were producedduring the Restoration.
The robotproduced a series of beeps and bloopsbeforegiving its answer to the problem.
This softwareoption is used todescreendigitalimagesproduced from half-tonedprintedsources.
The corporation was accused of unethicalbehavior for knowinglyproducing a productsuspected of harminghealth.
A dioeciously hermaphroditeplant has flowersstructurallyperfect, but practicallydioecious, those on one plantproducing no pollen, and those on another no ovules.
When I talk of menproducing and usingpornography and womenbeingportrayed in pornography, I do not suggest that all menusepornography, that no womanproducespornography or that only women are everportrayed pornographically.
If that weren’t enough, in 1993 she marriedKarl von Habsburg, otherwiseknown as ArchdukeKarl of Austria, PrinceRoyal of Hungary and Bohemia, and the coupleset uphome in Salzburg, producingtwo archduchesses and an archduke.
In contrast, egg-producingwhiteleghornchickens have had the broodinessbredout of them.
Most dogbanes are poisonoustropicalplantsproducingshowyflowers and milkyjuice
The impact of austerity and economiccircumstances were forefronted in the moreeconomicallydeprivedcountries of the partnercountries (BG, GR) and seen as producing a fatefulimpact on access to diet and healthylifestyleoptions.