lemon vs lime

lemon lime

Definitions

  • 1) A more or less bright shade of yellow associated with lemon fruits.
  • 2) slang A defective or inadequate item.
  • 3) Cockney rhyming slang Smart; cheeky, vocal.
  • 4) A yellowish citrus fruit.
  • 5) A piece of fanfiction involving explicit sex.
  • 6) Cockney rhyming slang favour, favor.
  • 7) A taste or flavour/flavor of lemons.
  • 8) A semitropical evergreen tree, Citrus limon, that bears such fruits.
  • 9) A spiny evergreen tree (Citrus limon) native to Asia, widely cultivated for its oval yellow fruit.
  • 10) The fruit of this tree, having an aromatic rind and juicy, acid pulp.
  • 11) Lemon yellow.
  • 12) Informal One that is unsatisfactory or defective.
  • 13) (Bot.) a fragrant East Indian grass (Andropogon Shœnanthus, and perhaps other allied species), which yields the grass oil used in perfumery.
  • 14) (Chem.), [Colloq.] a white crystalline substance, inappropriately named, as it consists of an acid potassium oxalate and contains no citric acid, which is the characteristic acid of lemon; -- called also salts of sorrel. It is used in removing ink stains. See Oxalic acid, under Oxalic.
  • 15) (Zoöl.) a yellow European sole (Solea aurantiaca).
  • 16) The tree which bears lemons; the lemon tree.
  • 17) (Bot.) An oval or roundish fruit resembling the orange, and containing a pulp usually intensely acid. It is produced by a tropical tree of the genus Citrus, the common fruit known in commerce being that of the species Citrus Limonum or Citrus Medica (var. Limonum). There are many varieties of the fruit, some of which are sweet.
  • 18) a small evergreen tree that originated in Asia but is widely cultivated for its fruit
  • 19) a distinctive tart flavor characteristic of lemons
  • 20) yellow oval fruit with juicy acidic flesh
  • 21) an artifact (especially an automobile) that is defective or unsatisfactory
  • 22) a strong yellow color
  • 23) Of the color of a lemon; lemon-colored: as, lemon silk.
  • 24) The fruit of the rutaceous tree Citrus Medica, var. Limonum.
  • 25) The tree that yields this fruit.
  • 26) The borhame or sand-sole, a kind of flatfish. See lemon-sole, 1.
  • 27) Having lemon as a principal ingredient; impregnated or flavored with lemon: as, lemon candy.
  • 28) Of the pale yellow colour/color of lemons.
  • 29) Containing or having the flavour/flavor and/or scent of lemons.
  • 30) Tasting or smelling like lemons.
  • 31) Lemon-yellow.
  • 32) Made from lemons.

Definitions

  • 1) A green citrus fruit, somewhat smaller and sharper-tasting than a lemon.
  • 2) Any of the trees that bear limes, especially Citrus aurantiifolia.
  • 3) anime A fan fiction story that stops short of full, explicit descriptions of sexual activity; a story characterized by PG-13 level explicitness; or one that approaches an intimate scene, and then goes "off-camera", with the intimacy left to the reader's imagination.
  • 4) A light, somewhat yellowish, green colour associated with the fruits of a lime tree.
  • 5) Any of various mineral and industrial forms of calcium oxide differing chiefly in water content and percentage of constituents such as magnesia, silica, alumina, and iron.
  • 6) The fruit of any of these plants, having a pulpy interior and usually acid juice.
  • 7) Any of several evergreen trees or shrubs of the genus Citrus having edible green or greenish-yellow fruit, especially the Mexican lime and the Persian lime.
  • 8) Birdlime.
  • 9) (Bot.) The linden tree. See linden.
  • 10) A thong by which a dog is led; a leash.
  • 11) Calcium hydroxide or slaked lime; also, in a less technical sense, calcium oxide or quicklime.
  • 12) a limestone quarry.
  • 13) one who burns limestone, shells, etc., to make lime.
  • 14) (Bot.) The fruit of the Citrus aurantifolia, allied to the lemon, but greener in color; also, the tree which bears it.
  • 15) The color of the lime{1}, a yellowish-green.
  • 16) a twig smeared with birdlime; hence, that which catches; a snare.
  • 17) (Chem.) Oxide of calcium, CaO; the white or gray, caustic substance, usually called quicklime, obtained by calcining limestone or shells, the heat driving off carbon dioxide and leaving lime. It develops great heat when treated with water, forming slaked lime, and is an essential ingredient of cement, plastering, mortar, etc.
  • 18) Birdlime.
  • 19) Any viscous substance; especially, a viscous substance laid on twigs for catching birds; bird-lime.
  • 20) Limit; end.
  • 21) The finger-lime;
  • 22) A tree, a variety of Citrus Medica.
  • 23) Citrus Australasica, a small tree of eastern Australia, bearing slender thorns, and ellipsoid or almost cylindrical fruits, 2–4 inches long, tasting like lemons.
  • 24) An evergreen tree, Citrus australis, which reaches a height of from 30 to 50 feet and bears globular, acid fruits about the size of walnuts. Its beautiful light-yellow wood is hard, close-grained, and takes a high polish. Called also native orange.
  • 25) The fruit of the lime-tree.
  • 26) A cord for leading a dog; a leash. Hence limer, limmer, limehound.
  • 27) A tree of the genus Tilia, natural order Tiliaceæ; the linden.
  • 28) An alkaline earth of great economic importance.
  • 29) In leather manufacturing, a vat containing a solution of lime for unhairing skins.
  • 30) Having the aroma or flavor of lime.
  • 31) Containing lime or lime juice.
  • 32) having a yellowish-green color like that of the lime (the fruit).
  • 33) Tofile;polish.
  • 34) Tocement.
  • 35) To catch or snare with or as if with birdlime.
  • 36) To smear with birdlime.
  • 37) To treat with lime.
  • 38) To smear with a viscous substance, as birdlime.
  • 39) To entangle; to insnare.
  • 40) To cement.
  • 41) To treat with lime, or oxide or hydrate of calcium; to manure with lime

Examples

  • 1) Scatter with a little lemon zest and a few extra mint leaves and serve.
  • 2) Serve with a sprinkling of parsley and a splash of lemon oil.
  • 3) Squeeze the lemon juice over the skin.
  • 4) Top with soda and garnish with a sprig of oregano and a lemon slice.
  • 5) Remove from the oven and drizzle with the remaining garlic and lemon oil.
  • 6) Squeeze over a little lemon.
  • 7) How do I care for my potted lemon tree over the winter?
  • 8) Add 1 tbsp lemon juice and 1 tbsp olive oil and stir in the couscous.
  • 9) Serve the soup in bowls with the preserved lemon sprinkled over the top.
  • 10) You might want to add a little more lemon juice or salt.
  • 11) You sit outside in a courtyard full of lemon trees with the scent of jasmine wafting over.
  • 12) The foliage turns a lemon yellow in autumn.
  • 13) Turn down the heat and add a few drops of soy sauce and the slice of lemon.
  • 14) Serve warm with chilli jam or orange and lemon segments.
  • 15) Slowly stir in the lemon and lime juice.
  • 16) Squeeze over a little lemon to taste before serving.
  • 17) Mix in the olive oil and lemon juice and season to taste.
  • 18) What are the white blobs sticking to the stem of my lemon tree?
  • 19) Top with soda and garnish with a slice of lemon and some mint.
  • 20) This is how the bright flavours of a moment can turn into sour lemons with one bad script.
  • 21) He is one of the best producers on the coast and his family has been growing lemons there for six generations.
  • 22) Sprinkle the fruit with lemon juice.
  • 23) Mix in 2 tbsp lemon juice and the dried fruit.
  • 24) Place half a lemon, small bunch of fresh thyme and two garlic cloves in cavity.
  • 25) Red for raspberry, yellow for lemon.
  • 26) ‘Fried fish was accompanied by the juice of bitter oranges or lemons or by greensauce.’
  • 27) ‘Put cherries and orange slices into a kettle and add the lemon juice and sugar.’
  • 28) ‘Crush the avocado with the lemon juice, salt and pepper, and spread thickly on the bread.’
  • 29) ‘In another bowl, zest and juice the lemons and limes, then fold through the cream.’
  • 30) ‘When the bubbles start to look brown around the edges, squeeze in lemon juice from the cut lemons.’
  • 31) ‘Rub the chicken all over with the lemon, squeezing the juice into the skin.’
  • 32) ‘Carefully fold in the avocado with the lemon juice and some of the herbs.’
  • 33) ‘Pour in all the olive oil, and squeeze in the juice from all four lemons.’
  • 34) ‘And the worse thing is that there is no invention that can help you squeeze the juice out of such lemons.’
  • 35) ‘Cut the avocados into halves and brush with a little of the lemon juice.’
  • 36) ‘In a small bowl, combine the lemon juice, thyme, scallion, garlic, mustard and sugar.’
  • 37) ‘Squeeze in the juice from both lemons, and salt and pepper to taste.’
  • 38) ‘When cool, add the juice of two lemons and the reserved liquid and make up the volume to 4 ½ litres.’
  • 39) ‘Davenport squeezes the juice from several lemons into water and adds the rinds and boils the liquid until the water starts turning brown.’
  • 40) ‘But I'm not allergic to orange juice, lemons, limes, or anything else citrus.’
  • 41) ‘Those caught in the acrid clouds of gas retreated to meet comrades in arms who treated their eyes with juice squeezed from lemons and bottled water.’
  • 42) ‘Slice the red onion finely and juice and zest the lemon.’
  • 43) ‘Limes nearly always yield more juice than lemons because although they are smaller, they have thinner skins and finer papery segments within.’
  • 44) ‘At every vegetable market in North Africa, and now also in the south of France, there are stalls laden with huge piles of soft lemons, oozing with juice, next to several varieties of olives.’
  • 45) ‘If you can find a hole where ants are entering the house, squeeze the juice of a lemon in the hole or crack.’
  • 46) ‘Almonds, plums, apples, cherries, and lemons are enjoyed in many households fresh off the trees in family gardens.’
  • 47) ‘Tucuman is the country's largest producer of sugar cane and lemons.’
  • 48) ‘There, they picked raspberries, walnuts, lemons and pears.’
  • 49) ‘Most other citrus fruits, such as lemons, limes, citrons, naturally sweet oranges and tangerines are considered safe.’
  • 50) ‘No one made me hot lemon drinks or brought me books to read, or showed the slightest sign of sympathy.’
  • 51) ‘I was told to go home and drink hot lemon because all I had was the common cold.’
  • 52) ‘Although lemon tea is a healthy drink, if your father doesn't like it, of course he will be angry.’
  • 53) ‘I didn't want to eat or drink anything, but Allison insisted on buying me lemon tea and a bran muffin.’
  • 54) ‘They only had rudimentary medicines like peppermint cure and hot lemon drinks to fight off the virus.’
  • 55) ‘One reader wrote asking why lemon juice makes tea go lighter in colour.’
  • 56) ‘Now take the lime juice out of the drink and substitute lemon juice.’
  • 57) ‘His suggestion that they drink lime or lemon juice, which is high in vitamin C, helped overcome the problem.’
  • 58) ‘Consumers can redeem the coupons at station on the same day, and have a sip of this lemon drink, according to a release from the company.’
  • 59) ‘When it is warmer, people consume plenty of lemon juice, and drinks made from crushed petals of roses and sugar, instead.’
  • 60) ‘Dry toast is washed down with lemon tea, black with no sugar.’
  • 61) ‘Sinise sits in the ballroom of a plush hotel, leafing through a script, a pot of lemon tea by his side.’
  • 62) ‘Until recently, I would without fail drink a big glass of lemon juice and hot water every morning when I woke up.’
  • 63) ‘Last night, I started drinking - some Russian bottled concoction of vodka and lemon if I recall.’
  • 64) ‘It was really easy to drink, because I put lemon juice and honey and a little bit of salt into each one.’
  • 65) ‘The average day takes in about four to five hours walking in total, regularly stopping in remote villages for lemon tea, to visit temples and chat to the local people.’
  • 66) ‘Jay ordered three hot dogs and two cups of iced lemon tea.’
  • 67) ‘Adele looked at her mug of lemon tea, guilt suddenly sweeping over her.’
  • 68) ‘He reached behind him, turning slightly, and produced a cup of steaming, plain tea with honey and lemon.’
  • 69) ‘After I got my drink, I looked at Ryan, who was sipping his iced tea and lemon.’
  • 70) ‘One is across the pool, next to the lemon tree that looks out over the canyon.’
  • 71) ‘I keep raving about our magical lemon tree but I keep forgetting to bring any of its produce to her.’
  • 72) ‘There is a lemon tree just outside our kitchen window that delivers an abundance of big juicy fruit twice a year.’
  • 73) ‘The room was silent once more, except for Bart and Milhouse discussing a lemon tree on the television.’
  • 74) ‘The type of lemon tree you choose to plant depends on what your needs are, where you live, and how much space you've got.’
  • 75) ‘We went back to my aunt and uncle's house, where my brother and I went around back to pick some lemons off of their lemon tree.’
  • 76) ‘She loved the high ceilings and large windows, the stone facade, and the walled garden, where a lemon tree grew.’
  • 77) ‘The lemon tree didn't bear fruit, so he tied lemons to the branches.’
  • 78) ‘I sat under a lemon tree with two of my oldest and dearest friends while the kids paddled in the wading pool and drove plastic cars around the yard.’
  • 79) ‘Try 6 acres of gardens with olive trees, lemon trees and chestnut trees.’
  • 80) ‘Bart and his friends march on Shelbyville when Springfield's lemon tree is stolen by a gang of children from across the border.’
  • 81) ‘One of the great things about this flat is the large lemon tree which has its roots on the neighbour's side of the fence, but decides to bear most of its fruit on ours.’
  • 82) ‘And to mark that sweet moment, our people planted this lemon tree.’
  • 83) ‘I would sit in my rather dim, hot room with the scent from the lemon tree coming through the window, feverishly going through the same issues over and over again.’
  • 84) ‘The lemon tree was an entirely different matter.’
  • 85) ‘Trees include the Ash, palm, laurel tree, the myrrh tree, frankincense, the cane tree or plant, the cedar, heletrepion, the orange and lemon tree.’
  • 86) ‘When Celia Fiennes visited it in 1698 it had its own water supply and ‘an abundance of people of quality’, who took walks in the abbey gardens, amongst orange and lemon trees, hollies, myrtles, and aloes.’
  • 87) ‘When and how do I trim my Meyer lemons and calamondin?’
  • 88) ‘Planted with lemon trees in warmer months and clipped hollies for the rest of the year, they seem to glow an ultramarine colour even in overcast conditions, and look even more dramatic when lit at night.’
  • 89) ‘Also there were cornfields, grapevines, lemon trees, stands of bamboo, and forests of cactus.’
  • 90) ‘Behind glazed double doors, the family room is decorated in pale lemon and floored in solid oak.’
  • 91) ‘A houndstooth wool anchored the season, with touches of dusty rose and pale lemon.’
  • 92) ‘It's an Australian plant naturalised in Spain having flowers of lemon yellow to deep gold.’
  • 93) ‘Spurred blossoms come in shades of pumpkin, peachy rose, gold, ruby, and pale lemon.’
  • 94) ‘From cream to beige to peach and lemon yellow, the range comes in several colours apart from the new shade mint.’
  • 95) ‘They bloom in a range of colors from bright lemon yellow to a deep golden color, and there is also a lovely pink variety.’
  • 96) ‘Its colour scheme is soft lemon, which complements the stained timber floor.’
  • 97) ‘The Marigold erecta, in orange, lemon, golden yellow and a rare white, is a good potted plant.’
  • 98) ‘Before she could get the chance to protest, he pulled her outside and pulled out the folded lemon yellow paper.’
  • 99) ‘The colours in this series are lime green, sky blue, white, lemon yellow, black and flame orange.’
  • 100) ‘There are 47 standard colours ranging from lemon and saffron to silver, olive and denim.’
  • 101) ‘In the glass it is pale yellow with mild lemon notes on the nose.’
  • 102) ‘Fueki prefers mint green, lemon yellow, melon pink and other candy colors that she often spikes with glitter.’
  • 103) ‘The first single bedroom overlooks the front of the property and is decorated in pale lemon with laminate wood floors and fitted wardrobes.’
  • 104) ‘Huge blocks of pale turquoise were set off by strips of lemon yellow hems or belts, and oversized rainbow stripes crisscrossed the body on dresses and shell tops.’
  • 105) ‘The bridesmaids were Sharon Power, Rachel Lenihan and Fiona O'Loughlin and they wore dresses with gold brocade bodice and lemon skirt.’
  • 106) ‘Other fruit colours such as spearmint, lemon and blue are also popular.’
  • 107) ‘For those wanting something more bright, there are colours like orange, green, and lemon.’
  • 108) ‘In a food processor, beat the butter, sugar and lemon zest until they are pale and creamy.’
  • 109) ‘The decor is sunny, with a lemon and terracotta colour scheme, which Jan says makes people feel like they are on holiday.’
  • 110) ‘As a result you are stuck holding some real lemons - and the prospect of widespread industrial chaos - as we move into an election year.’

Examples

  • 1) Sprinkle with the coriander and serve with the lime wedges and extra chilli on the side.
  • 2) Add the lime juice and ladle into bowls.
  • 3) You seem to have bought a mermaid costume in lime green.
  • 4) It was a row that erupted over a lime tree and its ramifications have become increasingly sour.
  • 5) Serve with lime wedges for squeezing over.
  • 6) Add lime juice to the broth to taste and check the seasoning.
  • 7) Sprinkle with chopped coriander and a squeeze of lime juice.
  • 8) The Dragons have lost all three matches when wearing their charcoal and lime green strip.
  • 9) It's the perfect antidote to modern life: a place to inhale the scent of lime trees and feel your mind and body relax.
  • 10) Top with the micro herbs and serve with the lime wedges.
  • 11) Rub the lime and coriander mixture over the chicken.
  • 12) Whisk in the lime zest and juice with seasoning to taste and leave to cool completely.
  • 13) This plant does well on lime soils.
  • 14) The wind was stirring in the bare branches of the lime trees outside.
  • 15) The acidity of the lime juice will also help.
  • 16) Sit two prawn skewers on top and add a lime wedge for squeezing to each one.
  • 17) There are lime green sofas and giant red vases.
  • 18) Cover with leaves tossed in vinaigrette flavoured with lime.
  • 19) Taste for salt and serve with a lime wedge.
  • 20) Sprinkle a pinch of crumbs and lime zest on top of each scallop.
  • 21) It prefers heavy neutral to lime soils and dappled shade.
  • 22) The first few yellow leaves of autumn are appearing in patches on lime trees.
  • 23) It tasted bitter and salty, like lime.
  • 24) He bought me a drink - lime and soda.
  • 25) I liked the key lime pie.
  • 26) This subtle grey palette is a favourite: old iron, lime grey and milk.
  • 27) This one is a classic: dry and refreshing with tangy, lemon and lime fruit.
  • 28) Set at the end of a track, it's shaded by an old lime tree and surrounded by meadows.
  • 29) In the ordinary so-called raw phosphates, such as bone-meal, bone-ash, coprolites, &c., the lime and phosphoric acid are combined in the form of what is known, in chemical phraseology, as _tribasic phosphate of lime_.
  • 30) But there is this remarkable difference, that while either the lime, soda, or potash silicate is capable of removing the ammonia from _solution_, the _lime_ silicate alone _has the power of absorbing it from the air_.
  • 31) On plot 5, with 300 lbs. of superphosphate of lime per acre, the yield is precisely the same as on plot 2, with 100 lbs. of plaster (_sulphate of lime_), per acre.
  • 32) Thus the combination of sulphur with lime is called a _sulphuret_, and that of phosphorus, a _phosphuret of lime_.
  • 33) _shell marl_, (consisting of carbonate of lime,) _quick lime_, _gas lime_, and what is called "_salt and lime mixture_."
  • 34) “With superphosphate of lime, and with plaster (gypsum, or _sulphate of lime_), the seed was placed directly on top of the manure, as it is well known that these manures do not injure the germinating principle of even the smallest seeds.
  • 35) The zesty lime is bright and not too sweet, and its tartness is cut nicely by the rich flavor of the crust.
  • 36) Add in lime juice, lime zest, vanilla and whisk until smooth.
  • 37) However, beans and rice do give a complete set of dietary protein. wendy devlin, processing (soaking and boiling) grains of corn with lime is called nixtamalization and primarily is used to soften the hull to make it easier to grind and use.
  • 38) ‘By pressing a button on the bottom, water mixes with quicklime, producing a chemical reaction that heats the coffee.’
  • 39) ‘Kathleen Jamie should have used quicklime rather than caustic soda to deflesh her gannet's skull, but maggots would have been best.’
  • 40) ‘In the laboratory higher concentration ethanol, with less water, can be produced by refluxing the rectified spirit with quicklime and then distilling the alcohol mixture.’
  • 41) ‘Magnesia, quicklime, and nitric acid all seemed promising for a time, but failed.’
  • 42) ‘Hydrated slaked lime is slaked quicklime that has reacted with water to form calcium hydroxide.’
  • 43) ‘Calcium oxide, more commonly known as lime or quicklime, has been studied by scholars as far back as the pre-Christian era.’
  • 44) ‘People made their own containing milk protein, quicklime and earth pigments, and giving a variety of colours from browns to greens.’
  • 45) ‘Some contractors rework soft spots in the subgrade material, mixing quicklime (hydrated lime) or fly ash into the material to help dry it out or bind it together.’
  • 46) ‘If the hair on the skin were to be removed, urine, quicklime or wood ash was use in solution into which the hide was steeped and then rubbed or left to soak into the wet surface.’
  • 47) ‘In early times, people roasted limestone to obtain lime (calcium oxide), a base.’
  • 48) ‘The pH can be adjusted by adding hydrated lime or caustic soda.’
  • 49) ‘They used various materials such as lime, copper, silica, iron oxides, and chalk to produce numerous colors.’
  • 50) ‘This occurs when finely divided amorphous silica particles combine with available lime to form a calcium silicate hydrate.’
  • 51) ‘He published his first paper in 1816 on caustic lime from Tuscany.’
  • 52) ‘Studies of old vineyard soils in Bordeaux have shown that fertility can be restored by heavy applications of organic matter, lime, phosphorus, and potassium.’
  • 53) ‘A mixture of bean paste and lime is applied to stencil patterns on the cotton before it is dyed with indigo.’
  • 54) ‘The mineral, carbonate of lime, assumes an immense diversity of characters, though no one doubts that under all these Protean changes it is one and the same thing.’
  • 55) ‘If the burning chemical is a powder-like substance such as lime, brush it off the skin before flushing.’
  • 56) ‘We have two manufacturing plants which produce high calcium quicklime and hydrated lime products.’
  • 57) ‘All of the water is chemically combined with the quicklime, so the product remains a ‘dry’, free-flowing powder.’
  • 58) ‘Well-versed in building and building materials, he used a traditional mortar of lime and sand to decorate his small cottage with shells.’
  • 59) ‘Check whether your building or part of it is constructed with any of the traditional building materials like lime, laterite, granite, wood, mud or the like.’
  • 60) ‘Thin slices of the nut, either natural or processed, may be mixed with a variety of substances including slaked lime (calcium hydroxide) and spices such as cardamom, coconut, and saffron.’
  • 61) ‘Stucco is a siding material made of Portland cement, sand, lime and water.’
  • 62) ‘At the French army's tricolour-splashed Foyer du Soldat, we see the resurrection of cooling lime plaster cremated under cement.’
  • 63) ‘Weigh shovelsful of lime and cement separately so you can calculate approximate water needs for your mix.’
  • 64) ‘Rectangular in shape, the Fort, made of lime and mortar, extends to an area of 16,200 square metres.’
  • 65) ‘To cure the problem conservationists have tapped the wisdom of the abbey's ancient builders and are planning to replace the cement with a medieval hydrolic lime mortar mix.’
  • 66) ‘It will have to be pretty much to plan, using bricks and lime mortar and proper wooden sashes for the windows.’
  • 67) ‘The bales are stacked on stone footings and lime plaster will coat the outside walls.’
  • 68) ‘A technique that dates back 5,000 years or more, buon fresco - or true fresco - involves the application of five layers of plaster made from a mixture of slaked lime and sand.’
  • 69) ‘It is almost impossible for molds and bacteria that harm people to grow on lime plaster or on concrete.’
  • 70) ‘It's about 800 years old, and still contains traces of lime mortar, indicating it was probably used in the tanning process.’
  • 71) ‘All repairs to ancient monuments have to be done under official supervision, and then old techniques like lime mortar have to be used.’
  • 72) ‘Hydrated lime is actually slaked lime that has been dried and repulverized by the manufacturing company and is ready for use.’
  • 73) ‘Colors are fresh and pure and the calcium hydroxide slaked lime into which the fresco is painted lends a reflective brightness unmatched by other painting mediums.’
  • 74) ‘The first part, using slaked lime, should take about 20-30 minutes, while the second part should not add more than 15 minutes of practical work.’
  • 75) ‘Studies at the Getty Conservation Institute on high-reactivity quicklime have identified the parameters for developing high-quality slaked lime putty to be used in the comparative evaluations.’
  • 76) ‘When quicklime is soaked in water, it is changed to calcium hydroxide or slaked lime.’
  • 77) ‘In its pure form it is a light, whitish metal; but it is seldom thus seen because it reacts violently with water to form lime (calcium hydroxide).’
  • 78) ‘Additionally, lime enables soils that are not productive to become effective.’
  • 79) ‘In general, lime does not move downward further than plow depth in an organic soil.’
  • 80) ‘In general, lime is offered in two different forms - dry and liquid.’
  • 81) ‘Ideally, the laboratory testing procedure adopted should emulate site conditions as closely as possible to quantify reactivity of the soil with lime.’
  • 82) ‘One thing that they did toward this end was to mix lime into the soil.’
  • 83) ‘Once you have the results of the soil test, you can add nutrients or soil amendments such as lime, as needed.’
  • 84) ‘Mix a shovel full of compost, a handful of bone meal, and a little Dolomite lime to the soil which was removed.’
  • 85) ‘In extremely acidic soils some lime may be needed as well.’
  • 86) ‘The level of soluble calcium in lime slurry is significantly increased with the addition of silica fume.’
  • 87) ‘Or you may set your plant in sharp sand, and mix some lime with the soil which you replace.’
  • 88) ‘Add lime if the soil's pH is too low; autumn is the best time to apply.’
  • 89) ‘General purpose cement and lime are commonly used in subgrade stabilisation by Australian councils.’
  • 90) ‘So, it's best to use lime sparingly on soils, especially those with a high Ph (alkaline).’
  • 91) ‘Some vineyards affected by copper toxicity in the Bordeaux area are much reduced in vigour, but the problem can be overcome by adding lime to the soil.’
  • 92) ‘Less lime is generally required on bottomland, more on hillsides and the most on hilltops.’
  • 93) ‘This can be accomplished by frequently adding small amounts of lime to the soil surface.’
  • 94) ‘Often, it is determined that the soil needs more lime.’
  • 95) ‘The durability of the soil - lime specimens was also similarly affected.’
  • 96) ‘Use lime, if needed, to adjust soil pH and raise calcium levels.’
  • 97) ‘Soil is limed in some areas to improve barley growth and productivity on acid soils, but this practice is often economically unfeasible.’
  • 98) ‘The soil was limed by applying 5 • 5 g CaCO 3 kg - 1 soil.’
  • 99) ‘The rest will become available over time, and many nutrients will also become more available when a soil is limed.’
  • 100) ‘Fertilizing and liming the area will improve cover conditions as will the construction of a brush pile for additional cover.’
  • 101) ‘As with calcium, availability of magnesium is also determined largely by soil pH. When soils are adequately limed with high-magnesium limestone, magnesium deficiencies are not likely to occur.’
  • 102) ‘Records show that in Mazabuka, Chibombo and Mumbwa, a large number of farmers confirm that lime usage had improved their yields tremendously.’
  • 103) ‘Groundsmen lime the rugger fields for the student young of the great and the good.’
  • 104) ‘He offers advice on crocus bulbs, liming the roses, putting coffee grounds on the chives.’
  • 105) ‘Government bodies since the 1950s have pushed landowners and offered subsidies to plough up or lime the heather to allow the spread of grass.’
  • 106) ‘If the bulbs are planted deeply it is possible to leave them undisturbed for two or three years although acid or neutral soil will have to be limed.’
  • 107) ‘Soils previously limed heavily for a garden or other crops in the past may need the pH lowered.’
  • 108) ‘Avoid spreading urea on land limed less than nine months ago.’
  • 109) ‘It is at a time like this when farmers should plan to get their fields limed because failure to plan for such important issues that affect their business is definitely preparing to fail-PALISAH’
  • 110) ‘The ponds are refilled with seawater and fresh water to produce a salinity of 2-10 ppt and limed to a neutral pH.’
  • 111) ‘A room currently used as a study, but which could also make a third bedroom, also has a cast-iron fireplace as well as built-in presses and limed tongue-and-groove floorboards.’
  • 112) ‘Beds are set on platforms or suspended from ceilings, bathtubs are hewn from blocks of black granite or pale limestone, and the bare wood floorboards are wide, limed and lacquered.’
  • 113) ‘The kitchen, to the rear, has limed oak units at ground and eye level, a tiled worktop and splashback.’
  • 114) ‘On one side, a stone wall has been fully exposed and the white wooden flooring has a limed wash finish.’
  • 115) ‘There is a good-sized drawing room features a French-style limed oak fireplace and polished wood floor.’
  • 116) ‘The kitchen is fitted with handmade limed oak presses, while there is also a breakfast room with access to the back garden. Upstairs are four bedrooms, a bathroom and a separate shower room.’
  • 117) ‘The kitchen is fitted with limed oak units, granite-effect worktops and a tiled splashback, as well as a ceramic-tiled floor with underfloor heating.’
  • 118) ‘To the right is a large, galley-style kitchen area with limed oak units, a double oven and hob and a breakfast bar.’
  • 119) ‘Both interconnected reception rooms are decorated in contemporary grey tones and are laid in limed wooden antique floorboards.’
  • 120) ‘Surprisingly complex for one so young, delivering flavours of spice, limes, lemons, orange peel and oatmeal, all harmoniously threaded with ripe acidity.’
  • 121) ‘The citric acid in lemons or limes has a similar effect, although this is not called ‘cooking’.’
  • 122) ‘Oranges, lemons, limes, mandarins or other citrus fruit from Queensland will be banned from entering any other state or territory, threatening at least $100 million worth of fruit still to be picked in the state.’
  • 123) ‘It is capable of juicing lemons, oranges, limes and grapefruit.’
  • 124) ‘Consider adding whole lemons, limes, oranges, grapefruits and even kumquats to main courses as they cook.’
  • 125) ‘When you have too many lemons or limes or oranges and some are going to spoil, slice some thinly and then freeze the slices.’
  • 126) ‘Meanwhile, cut lemons or limes into wedges, and simmer the olives in a little water to reduce saltiness.’
  • 127) ‘Oranges, lemons and limes are particularly high in Vitamin C. Carrots provide vitamin D and spinach is rich in iron.’
  • 128) ‘The limes add dimensions of flavour beyond tart or citrusy.’
  • 129) ‘Citric acid is an organic (carbon based) acid found in nearly all citrus fruits, particularly lemons, limes, and grapefruits.’
  • 130) ‘Lemons, limes, and oranges can be frozen whole.’
  • 131) ‘Then we actually make a couple of our own rums, a citrus one in which we soak lemons, limes and oranges.’
  • 132) ‘I have a wooden citrus reamer that I use for small doses of things like limes or lemons and I have a glass juicer handed down to me by my grandmother that I use for larger quantities.’
  • 133) ‘If substituting lemons for limes, you need to double the amount to reach the required strength of flavour.’
  • 134) ‘Orchards carpet the land in parts of California, and oranges, lemons, limes, and other citrus are familiar trees in home gardens.’
  • 135) ‘You'll also need limes, lemons, olives and lots of ice.’
  • 136) ‘Finely grate the zest of the limes into a bowl, add the juice of the limes, stir in the condensed milk and then the cream.’
  • 137) ‘It came on a correctly pre-warmed plate with a baked potato, a selection of steamed vegetables, half a lime and a pepper grinder - no need to ask!’
  • 138) ‘It worked out great: the lime and salt and pepper gave the beef the kick it needed to fully inflate its potential.’
  • 139) ‘‘Soda adds the refreshment and the lime adds the citrus twist to counterbalance the honey sweetness,’ Parnell said.’
  • 140) ‘Her favourite drink right now is vodka, lime and soda.’
  • 141) ‘I changed my drinks, brandy, lime and soda now and different pretty little cigs in pretty packets.’
  • 142) ‘Blackcurrent cordial for lime, lemonade for soda.’
  • 143) ‘But he smiled at me whilst he was at the till, and when he came to serve me said ‘Vodka lemonade and lime yeah,?’’
  • 144) ‘Top up with ginger beer, squeeze two chunks of fresh lime.’
  • 145) ‘I now have seltzer water with a splash of unsweetened cranberry juice and lime instead of wine most of the time.’
  • 146) ‘Robbo equalised in the second half, so now I'm waiting for full time, and drinking vodka and lime, which is all rather civilised.’
  • 147) ‘I've heard her laughing loudly in bars, seen her drinking vodka, lime and soda on cramped dance floors, seen her queuing outside West End clubs.’
  • 148) ‘The often loutish, boozy image was replaced with players such as Jonny Wilkinson and Jason Robinson, who looked as though a dash of lime in their soda water was enough excitement for one night.’
  • 149) ‘For this you will need rum, sugar, fresh mint, lime, soda water and a muddler.’
  • 150) ‘In the same way, every small home in the Caribbean has always kept some vegetables and a fruit tree (usually a lime, but also other citrus).’
  • 151) ‘In the western zone, oranges, limes, and bananas are cultivated.’
  • 152) ‘It belongs to the citrus family, Rutaceae, but is not a true lime.’
  • 153) ‘Big colours include pink, lime green, bright blues and more sombre chocolate browns and off whites.’
  • 154) ‘We contemplated lots of different colors before settling on some sort of lime green or apple green.’
  • 155) ‘Now I have on a bright neon lime green T-shirt and I'm not a small girl, so you can't miss me.’
  • 156) ‘Paired with the bright lime green tank top she was wearing, and the hot pink miniskirt, she looked quite odd.’
  • 157) ‘It was a comfortable room with walnut end tables, coffee table and paneling, moss green carpet, drapes and dark green throws on the lime-green couch and chair.’
  • 158) ‘Novelty colours available are lime green and a dark red seemingly black.’
  • 159) ‘Believing the sky to be lime green with bright orange spots isn't faith, it's psychosis.’
  • 160) ‘She shut her bedroom door with a click and lit her lime green lava lamp, glancing over at her clock to check the time.’
  • 161) ‘The lime-green walls are almost completely covered with dozens of perfectly spaced framed posters advertising horror and science-fiction movies of the Thirties, Forties and Fifties.’
  • 162) ‘His attire will be haphazardly thrown together, but he'll still look good, except perhaps when he's wearing the lime-green slacks with the purple blazer.’
  • 163) ‘He intends to not be here to see what lime-green, red and purple look like against the background of blue walls already illuminated by dubious tubelights.’
  • 164) ‘The only information I had about him was that he was about 6ft tall and would be wearing something lime-green coloured.’
  • 165) ‘With cheerful colours from lime green to pineapple yellow, they promise to make the steaming hot days a little more bearable.’
  • 166) ‘It's a strange thing when a letter from the school principal arrives on lime green and aqua stationery.’
  • 167) ‘When off duty he will have one other suit, either lime green, electric blue or maroon and he will often wear the jacket with a pair of black trousers.’
  • 168) ‘Asters look fabulous combined with gold variegated trailing ivies and heathers with lime-green or flame coloured foliage.’
  • 169) ‘The main bedroom - in cream and lime-green, with a beige ottoman at the foot of the queen-size bed - is the epitome of cosiness.’
  • 170) ‘To do this, the couple painted the gallery using a vibrant lime-green, teal and purple palette.’
  • 171) ‘Today she has Purple and lime green socks and a matching scarf.’
  • 172) ‘Artfully arranged under this symphony of green and white is a pair of equally beautiful, lime-green, soft-leathered, hand-stitched, high-heeled Manolos.’
  • 173) ‘Since 2000, 32 different species of tree have been planted including oak, ash, small-leaved limes and bird cherry, while a carpet of bluebells and daffodils has also been sown.’
  • 174) ‘The gardens which surround the property include beech, lime and holm oak trees while in the eastern corner is an ancient churchyard.’
  • 175) ‘Some willow trees will be lost by the development but trees like hornbeam, lime and birch will remain with preservation orders on them.’
  • 176) ‘Most of our timber trees are introductions too: oak, ash and elm are native, but sycamore, lime, maple, spruce, Douglas fir are all aliens.’
  • 177) ‘As you walk along the rides at this time of the year you can see the wonderful glow of red and scarlet oaks, the luminous yellows of lime and tulip trees, and the russet, orange and gold of maples and Persian ironwood.’
  • 178) ‘We don't mean by ‘tree’ quite what our animist forebears meant by the word they used to talk about oaks, limes, and beeches.’
  • 179) ‘Elms and limes are, as trees go, very different to the eye - at least when in full leaf.’
  • 180) ‘On the island, I followed indistinct paths through the lime, oak and black alder trees.’
  • 181) ‘I asked him if the lime tree season was over and if that was why our limes were turning yellowish-orange.’
  • 182) ‘Many trees, such as lime, sycamore, horse chestnut and willow provide excellent bee forage.’
  • 183) ‘Next we took the valley bottom road and there met only two walkers and a laden tractor and then, after a conker tree and a lime tree, reached the farmstead of Lower Askew.’
  • 184) ‘Marcia pointed out that at the same time as the High Street trees were planted a lime tree was put in the churchyard at the top of the street.’
  • 185) ‘As we descended in the jungle, Jim Johnson pointed out domestic and medicinal plants - cinnamon, cashew, limes and soursop.’
  • 186) ‘It was also about this time that lines of magnificent beech trees were planted along the front avenue, roadside and Nun's Walk and specimen limes, beeches and chestnuts planted in the park.’
  • 187) ‘The Lough Tree - often called The Love Tree - is a lime tree thought to be more than 200 years old.’
  • 188) ‘Residents fear cutting the 30 ft limes, which formed part of an avenue of trees leading to All Saints Church, to hedge height, could open the way for renewed attempts to develop land on the rectory site.’
  • 189) ‘Using trees such as lime, ash, sycamore and chestnut results in a imposing display which is far superior to what smaller garden trees produce.’
  • 190) ‘Growing conifers is still important, but oaks, ash, and limes are now seen as a way of restoring ancient woodlands and promoting more diverse flora and fauna.’
  • 191) ‘At the hamlet's Milbank House, a lime, a conker and a turkey oak shade a stone culvert and set their seed and nuts.’
  • 192) ‘The car park fronting the baroque facade of Wentworth is due to be replaced by authentic sweeping parkland and a lime and oak-lined avenue.’
  • 193) ‘Police reports stated that at around 6.45 pm, Phillip, 21, was liming near the basketball court at upper Gokool Street, Diego Martin, when a man approached him and fired several shots.’
  • 194) ‘And at 1 am yesterday, a Dibe, Long Circular resident, who was recently released from prison was gunned down as he was liming outside his home.’
  • 195) ‘Those involved in the investigation said Sean, was liming with two friends near his home around 7 am.’
  • 196) ‘Two of the men were liming on the street near a car, awaiting the other two, when the man allegedly approached them.’
  • 197) ‘Student Priya Rambarran said she was liming on the playfield with her friends when she saw the wall falling.’
  • 198) ‘But Trinis are such that they will continue to go to Carnival shows and fêtes and dinners and limes with their friends, and so on.’
  • 199) ‘Take the case of a small lime hosted on Friday 13 by jazz pianist Raf Robertson.’
  • 200) ‘On Tuesday night last week, Natty and I enjoyed ourselves immensely at a little lime in our complex.’
  • 201) ‘You think my reaction had anything to do with the little lime up by our friend's apartment?’
  • 202) ‘I was expecting to have so much to say, but it was just a cool lime, lots of people.’
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