Reaction of quadricyclane with Smith’s dieneproduces the hexacyclic structure 8, while controlled Mitsudo cycloaddition of DMAD onto 8 can be used toform the heptacyclic system 9.
The plantproduces lactaceous secretions.
Heath's home is defined as "net-zero," which means it producesas muchenergy as it consumesthroughout the year.
"They are looking at what is reallyAmerican in a nonjaded way," saidMarkRussell, who produces the Under the RadarFestival at the Public.
The skunkproduces a penetratingodor.
Soilexhaustionultimatelyproduces a pygmycropat best
A compact and stylishdesign, it produces 1 generousquart of excellent, smoothice cream in 20 to 25 minutes.
Mr. Freemanpreferssmaller yet still diversifiedcompanies with strongergrowthprofiles than the supermajors, likeApache, which has interests in natural gasas well as oil, and OccidentalPetroleum, which producesoil, gas and chemicals.
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.
Finally, in the self-absolutorystrategy, a negativepast is seen to have produced a negativepresent.
Similarly, any charm quarksproduced in the collision have manymorepartners to choose from; they don't have to run away with an anticharm partner, which causes the number of J/psi mesons to drop. "
1965 was a banner year for the company; it produced a million widgets for the first time.
Our newacquaintance very deliberatelycoiledup the tube of his hookah and produced from behind a curtain a very long befrogged topcoat with astrakhancollar and cuffs. (from The Sign of the Four, by Arthur Conan Doyle)
Manywomenseekingnaturalremedies have turned to compoundingpharmacies, druggists who promise so-calledbioidenticalhormones that are chemicallysynthesized but have the samemolecularstructure as hormonesproduced by a woman’s body.
We have no directevidence that excystation occurs while the chromatoids are present. The amoebaillustrated in Fig. 27 may be excysting with chromatoids. However, this may also be artificial excystation produced by fixation.
Maloney’s moment of magicensured they did not. For Scotland, who produced the best of what cohesivefootballthere was on the night, it was a meritedoutcome.
Bloomers — sometimes diaperish, usuallysubversive and most women’s idea of fashionhell — producedsmirks and double-takes in New York and Europe.
At 5-1 down, she produced a greatcomeback to win the set on a tiebreak.
the entoplastic modification of the cellprotoplasm, by which a nucleus is produced
Boccalone, a company in Oakland, Calif., that makesartisanalcuredmeat, has startedproducing nduja.
Further, it is one that isillustrative of the flexibility that derives from neuroplasticity, producing an efficient and opportunisticparousanimal.
[ …] [I]nfected tulips are weakened by the viruses that cause the very patterns and swirls that fascinatedhorticulturists and investors in the firstplace. Suchbulbstend to dwindleawayinstead offatteningup andproducingoffsets.
In this reaction, the acid and base will neutralizeeach other, producing a salt.
In the 1960s, in addition to small-scaleweavingsinfluenced by American Indian, Peruvian and Africanart, she beganproducingenigmaticassemblageboxes and collages, includingpostcardcollages, which she sent to friends.
Instead ofproducingthrust, they cogenerate electricity and heat, meetinganothergoal of the sustainabilityplan.