10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SPONGILY»
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Then I sat down on a spongily springy mattress and inspected the remainder of
the material. I wondered, for a fleeting moment, how frequently this spongily
springy mattress had sprung with gusto, and, knowing the occupant of the
Carabidae (Insecta: Coleoptera): synopsis of supraspecific taxa
Male mesotarsi dilated laterally and spongily pubescent ventrally (with spongy
pubescence not uniformly distributed, contrary to Lecanomerus) or unmodified.
Number of taxa. 3 species. See Appendix B (Updated checklist of species).
André Larochelle, Marie-Claude Larivière, Manaaki Whenua-Landcare Research New Zealand Ltd, 2007
Then Mrs. Medway's steps came down the stairs, the door closed behind her, and
the horse's hoofs clattered out of the barn and sounded spongily upon the drive.
Sylvia looked up, and Haven was aware, in the gathering dusk, that tears were ...
The explosive, being in a small pocket of the rock which opened into a large,
spongily formed chamber, simply split that mound from stem to stern, and it is no
longer a solid mound, but an entirely unsuspected cave." I asked if it hurt the little
From week's end to week's end she neither saw nor heard anything whatever to
remind her of her religion : and her disposition was spongily receptive. Without
being quick to receive new impressions she slowly absorbed the influences that ...
He remembered a sloping ridge of ground choked with grasses intowhich his feet
sank spongily as they traversed and rose to the crest. It was sunny andhewas
beingled alongona length of twine.Just that. Another time,he was sleeping, ...
Clinical lectures on subjects connected with medicine, ...
But the local treatment of cervical catarrh consists essentially in the employment
of astringents and caustics ; these should generally be pretty concentrated, and
should be applied both to the spongily degenerated lips of the cervix, and to the ...
Richard von Volkmann, 1876
Adam stepped to the gate. I clutched Rose's soft, cool fingers. And spongily,
ponderously, there, beyond the bars, debouched into view a huge-shouldered,
mole-coloured elephant, its trunk sagging towards the dust, its small, lash-fringed
... sweating and grimy, dressed in a tattered shirt, the red-haired man sinks
spongily in his bed of cords, fanning himself with a bunch of heron feathers; his
bombastic mien has the clumsy starch of vanity, of false majesty; a menacing
Antonio Benítez Rojo, 1990
Geological Survey Bulletin
with rims of An55. Oscillatory zoning is common, and the cores of many crystals
are spongily replaced by glass. Prisms of hypersthene (2K=80°), of the same
dimensions, make up about 15 percent of the volume. A few are enclosed by
4 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SPONGILY»
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Biologic Bike Mount Weathercase
The front of the Weathercase is clear and the touchscreen works quite well, if a bit spongily. (There's some give as the case is padded underneath the phone.) ... «road.cc, Jan 15»
Volvo V60 Cross Country: LA Auto Show
... many tall-riding, spongily sprung crossovers. Now Volvo's splitting the difference with the V60 Cross Country, an AWD, lifted (by 2.6 inches) version of the V60. «Men's Journal, Nov 14»
Mitsubishi Evo X FQ-400
In fact the FQ-400 still appears to have plenty of vertical travel (hence the scuffing) and, better still, what movement it has is beautifully, spongily damped. «Evo, Sep 09»
KQED AT 50 / Bay Area's reliable voice to some, tired bastion of …
Host Mel Wax, his hair spongily aloft and horn-rim glasses absently plucked off his face and then replaced, conducted a meandering discussion that ranged from ... «San Francisco Chronicle, May 04»