mail vs male

mail male

Definitions

  • 1) A postal system. Used with the, sometimes in the plural.
  • 2) Rent, payment, or tribute.
  • 3) Materials, such as letters and packages, handled in a postal system.
  • 4) Mail or messages sent electronically; e-mail.
  • 5) The protective covering of certain animals, as the shell of a turtle.
  • 6) Postal material for a specific person or organization.
  • 7) Material processed for distribution from a post office at a specified time.
  • 8) Flexible armor composed of small overlapping metal rings, loops of chain, or scales.
  • 9) Chiefly British A vehicle by which mail is transported.
  • 10) (Zoöl.) Any hard protective covering of an animal, as the scales and plates of reptiles, shell of a lobster, etc.
  • 11) Obs., except in certain compounds and phrases, as blackmail, mails and duties, etc. Rent; tribute.
  • 12) obsolete A spot.
  • 13) (Naut.) A contrivance of interlinked rings, for rubbing off the loose hemp on lines and white cordage.
  • 14) See under Chain, and Coat.
  • 15) Hence generally, armor, or any defensive covering.
  • 16) A flexible fabric made of metal rings interlinked. It was used especially for defensive armor.
  • 17) (Scots Law) the rents of an estate, in whatever form paid.
  • 18) obsolete A small piece of money; especially, an English silver half-penny of the time of Henry V.
  • 19) Any defensive covering, as the shell of a lobster or a tortoise.
  • 20) A small coin of billon or silver current in France from the thirteenth to the fifteenth century. It had half the value of the denier. Sometimes called obole.
  • 21) By extension, armor of any sort.
  • 22) Specifically
  • 23) In weaving, a small metal eye or guide-ring in a heddle, through which the warp is threaded.
  • 24) Nautical, a square utensil composed of rings interwoven like network, formerly used for rubbing off the loose hemp on lines and white cordage.
  • 25) A mall or mallet.
  • 26) A weight equal to about 105 pounds avoirdupois.
  • 27) A bag for the conveyance of letters, papers, etc., particularly letters forwarded from one post-office to another under governmental authority and care; a mail-bag.
  • 28) A fabric of meshes, especially and almost exclusively of metal, used as a defense against weapons; a kind of armor, specifically called chain-mail, composed of rings of metal, interlinked as in a chain, but extended in width as well as in length. : ; ;
  • 29) The breast feathers of a hawk when full grown.
  • 30) That part of a clasp which receives the spring.
  • 31) The person by whom or the conveyance by which the mail is carried; hence, the system of transmission by public post; postal conveyance: as, to send a package by mail; news received through the mail.
  • 32) A bag, sack, or other receptacle for the conveyance or keeping of small articles of personal property or merchandise, especially the clothing or other baggage of a traveler, the equipments of a soldier, etc.
  • 33) A French game similar to chicane.
  • 34) A spot; especially, a spot or speck on a bird's feather; hence, a spotted or speckled feather.
  • 35) Rent; hence, payment at a fixed rate, as the rent or annual payment formerly extorted by the border robbers. Compare blackmail.
  • 36) In armor, a ring, link, or scale on a coat of mail. See def. 3.
  • 37) A mass or assemblage of mail-matter; collectively, the letters, papers, etc., conveyed by post; the matter sent in any way through the post-office.
  • 38) Tospotorstain.
  • 39) To send letters and other material by a postal system.
  • 40) To send by a postal system.
  • 41) To cover or armor with mail.
  • 42) To arm with mail.
  • 43) obsolete To pinion.

Definitions

  • 1) Someone of male (masculine) gender:
  • 2) A man or boy.
  • 3) A male organism.
  • 4) (Bot.) A plant bearing only staminate flowers.
  • 5) An animal of the male sex.
  • 6) obsolete Same as mail, a bag.
  • 7) the capital of Maldives in the center of the islands
  • 8) a person who belongs to the sex that cannot have babies
  • 9) an animal that produces gametes (spermatozoa) that can fertilize female gametes (ova)
  • 10) One of the sex of human kind that begets young; a man or boy; by extension, and usually, one of the sex of any animal that begets young: opposed to female.
  • 11) See mal-.
  • 12) In plants characterized by sexual differences and reproduced by sexual generation, that individual of which the special function is to form the substance essential to the fertility of the germ developed by the female.
  • 13) A ‘male’ precious stone. In the middle ages and until quite recent times, all the darker gems, such as sapphire, ruby, and topaz, were known as ‘male’ gems; the lighter blue, lighter red, or lighter yellow were called ‘female’ gems.
  • 14) The knot, a sandpiper, Tringa canutus.
  • 15) The dandelion.
  • 16) An apple.
  • 17) An obsolete form of mail.
  • 18) Bearing stamens but not pistils; staminate.
  • 19) Consisting of members of this sex.
  • 20) Characteristic of or appropriate to this sex in humans and other animals.
  • 21) Of, relating to, or designating the sex that has organs to produce spermatozoa for fertilizing ova.
  • 22) Designating an object, such as an electric plug, designed for insertion into another part or a socket.
  • 23) Relating to or designating organs, such as anthers or antheridia, that produce gametes capable of fertilizing those produced by female organs.
  • 24) Of or denoting the gamete that is smaller and more motile than the other corresponding gamete. Used of anisogamous organisms.
  • 25) Suitable to the male sex; characteristic or suggestive of a male; masculine.
  • 26) obsolete Evil; wicked; bad.
  • 27) (Bot.) Capable of producing fertilization, but not of bearing fruit; -- said of stamens and antheridia, and of the plants, or parts of plants, which bear them.
  • 28) the thread of a male screw.
  • 29) Consisting of males.
  • 30) Of or pertaining to the sex that begets or procreates young, or (in a wider sense) to the sex that produces spermatozoa, by which the ova are fertilized; not female.
  • 31) (Mech.) a screw having threads upon its exterior which enter the grooves upon the inside of a corresponding nut or female screw.
  • 32) (Bot.) a fern of the genus Aspidium (Aspidium Filixmas), used in medicine as an anthelmintic, esp. against the tapeworm. Aspidium marginale in America, and Aspidium athamanticum in South Africa, are used as good substitutes for the male fern in medical practice. See Female fern, under Female.
  • 33) (Mech.) Adapted for entering another corresponding piece (the female piece) which is hollow and which it fits
  • 34) a rhyme in which only the last syllables agree, as laid, afraid, dismayed. See Female rhyme, under Female.
  • 35) for or pertaining to or composed of men or boys
  • 36) being the sex (of plant or animal) that produces gametes (spermatozoa) that perform the fertilizing function in generation
  • 37) characteristic of a man
  • 38) Bad;evil;wicked

Examples

  • 1) Everyone loves a nice bit of junk mail.
  • 2) We urge the public to secure their mail boxes and employ measures to protect their identities.
  • 3) Sign up to the mailing lists of the rail providers you use for details of deals and sales as they are announced.
  • 4) For many householders, mail too easily vanishes into junk mail.
  • 5) The survey found that just 23 per cent of all businesses see mail as vital.
  • 6) Once they get into the building they can steal the mail, which may contain new debit or credit cards posted to the address.
  • 7) Her mum used to have celebrity magazines around the house, but now there's only junk mail with her name still on it.
  • 8) The local bank shows you a map of mail delivery times.
  • 9) The last in the story is an email purporting to help the recipient deal with junk mail.
  • 10) How is a universal mail service to be guaranteed?
  • 11) Most of my post is junk mail and bills.
  • 12) Using a driver allows me to work on my mail and read reports during the trip.
  • 13) Cheers and whistles rang through a ship when mail call was piped.
  • 14) Our mail was checked going in and out.
  • 15) E-mail enthusiasts refer to postal delivery as snail mail.
  • 16) It denied claims that it was prioritising more lucrative junk mail.
  • 17) This is a much better way of getting a record deal than sending unsolicited mail through the post.
  • 18) Digging into a full box of chain mail, she finds some covered in sticky red liquid.
  • 19) Competitors have been able to cherry pick the profitable areas, such as business mail.
  • 20) We have a new technology in electronic mail, mobile phones and texting.
  • 21) He said the move would also lead to the closure of delivery offices, mail centres and the destruction of its rural network.
  • 22) Jump the first mail train I see.
  • 23) THOUSANDS of expats' referendum votes could be lost after a blunder by European mail firms.
  • 24) ‘In front of our house is a seldom-used mailbox, because we receive our mail at a post office box in town.’
  • 25) ‘Further to this, should any person need to send any mail or small parcels quickly then there are alternative services which guarantee next day delivery for a reasonable cost.’
  • 26) ‘Buckingham Palace revealed that the Queen now sends second class mail when correspondence is not urgent.’
  • 27) ‘If you're traveling during the holidays, arrange for someone to pick up your mail or have your mail held at the post office.’
  • 28) ‘A few years later, mail vans were used to collect mail from post boxes and delivered to the stations.’
  • 29) ‘We expect the majority of our retail outlets will be open as usual and we will be giving priority to delivering express post and mail to post office boxes.’
  • 30) ‘Maff advises drivers to provide an alternative delivery point, such as a post box, at the farm boundary or make alternative arrangements to collect mail from the post office.’
  • 31) ‘He could not compel any customer to accept a roadside letter box but anyone who didn't agree to the new arrangement would have to collect their mail from their nearest post office.’
  • 32) ‘It seems the company's decision to scrap the second post and deliver all mail in one round has crippled deliveries.’
  • 33) ‘As there was a fear that letters may be intercepted, all mail was sent to her maid who did not live in the palace, before they were hand delivered to the Queen.’
  • 34) ‘They left no forwarding address with me and though the Post Office redirected their mail for a bit, this has now stopped.’
  • 35) ‘On another day he also picked up some of our mail from the post office.’
  • 36) ‘The Royal mail is currently in negotiations with other firms such as TPG and Deutsche Post to deliver their mail.’
  • 37) ‘Canada Post still delivers unsolicited mail, but only those with the name and address of the occupant on them.’
  • 38) ‘It was the end of an era when Seamus Rogers despatched the last mail from the Post Office in Brize.’
  • 39) ‘The new services, however, will not include travelling post offices to sort mail and are a fraction of the 60 nightly trains that ran two years ago.’
  • 40) ‘It is best to deposit outgoing mail at the post office rather than your mailbox.’
  • 41) ‘"I opened my junk mail then came to the gas bill, " she said.’
  • 42) ‘Many surveys have shown that most people actually like to receive direct mail.’
  • 43) ‘Buy dormant tubers in winter, either by mail from a specialty nursery or from a nursery or garden center.’
  • 44) ‘Test grades and certificates for accreditation were returned to us by mail.’
  • 45) ‘We sent all of the questionnaires by mail with a postage-paid return envelope.’
  • 46) ‘A cooperative's entire membership can function as a virtual nominating committee by soliciting nominations by mail, or via a newsletter.’
  • 47) ‘Control participants contacted by mail indicated their willingness to participate by returning an enclosed screening questionnaire.’
  • 48) ‘‘People often go out of their way to stop by and chat, instead of dealing with us by mail or telephone,’ says Spahr.’
  • 49) ‘Of these hotels, the best is the tiny Splendido Mare, which started life as a hostel in the early 1900s to look after travellers arriving by mail coach in urgent need of food and a bed for the night.’
  • 50) ‘Parents recorded redness, swelling and tenderness for three days following injection and returned the results by mail.’
  • 51) ‘If you can't pay a visit but want to try some artisan cheeses, the cheeseries will let you order products either by mail or on-line.’
  • 52) ‘On completion, the surveys were immediately placed in sealed envelopes before being returned by mail to the first author.’
  • 53) ‘The $100 fee would have to be paid in American dollars by mail with a check or money order, or with a credit card online.’
  • 54) ‘The patients were surveyed by mail or by follow-up telephone calls.’
  • 55) ‘Workers will vote by mail ballot some time next month.’
  • 56) ‘The experts received a draft of the survey questionnaire to critique and suggested changes either by mail or telephone.’
  • 57) ‘The print material is sent via first-class mail the same day the video is sent via third-class mail.’
  • 58) ‘A hand delivered message was more likely to be read, or at least placed at the top of the pile, than a similar letter sent by mail.’
  • 59) ‘A mail train chugged along on a parallel track to her left but soon disappeared into a tunnel.’
  • 60) ‘Beginning in 1838, the federal government transferred the mails from stagecoaches to railroads.’
  • 61) ‘The Admiralty had arranged for the carriage of mails by Churchward, but the continuation of the agreement depended on the availability of a sum of £18,000.’
  • 62) ‘On Friday, the packages were put in the mail for Monday delivery.’
  • 63) ‘Vanities arrive by the cartful for her every morning with the mail.’
  • 64) ‘Every morning, I nervously check the mail, every morning, my heart misses a beat.’
  • 65) ‘Today the mail brought a puffy package from the eastern Seaboard; inside were two books by Patch Adams.’
  • 66) ‘Today started with the mail: another rejection for my book proposal.’
  • 67) ‘Five days later, when Sanura walked down the path to the road and the mailbox, she smiled at the paper that had been delivered with the mail.’
  • 68) ‘Yesterday's mail alone brought 2 manuscripts for endorsement - and I plan to endorse both.’
  • 69) ‘The butler showed up carrying yesterday's mail and the newspaper of today.’
  • 70) ‘He sat at the kitchen table and poked at yesterday's mail with one finger.’
  • 71) ‘Looking at the mess on the desk, he noticed today's mail.’
  • 72) ‘Someone ruffles through today's mail; someone else drops a CD player.’
  • 73) ‘This piece of software is like a border security guard, sitting between your email software and your incoming mail.’
  • 74) ‘Once you combine encrypted mail with free Web storage space, you have the same functionality that a virtual safe-deposit box offers, for free.’
  • 75) ‘He thought as long as he signed on to the internet he would have mail waiting for him.’
  • 76) ‘I use a laptop with Linux, and I don't want people reading my mail if the laptop falls into the wrong hands.’
  • 77) ‘The virus, thought to have originated in the US, gets into email address books and sends multiple junk mails to each new address it finds while also infiltrating that new address to use any other addresses it opens up.’
  • 78) ‘Daily mail columnist Melanie Phillips has begun a blog-style diary at her website.’
  • 79) ‘When I was growing up, the papers I had most access to were The Daily mail and The mail on Sunday.’
  • 80) ‘We read in Press Gazette that Alan Bennett is taking up the post of deputy editor of the Western mail.’
  • 81) ‘The Sunday mail won the best sports coverage, while best features was Sunday Times Scotland.’
  • 82) ‘What drives The mail on Sunday to follow Oxford gossip with such enthusiasm?’
  • 83) ‘The debt discussion isn't confined to bastions of Middle England such as the mail and Express.’
  • 84) ‘I've just been down to Shotley village stores for a copy of the mail on Sunday.’
  • 85) ‘The mail's position is that, given that he is bringing a civil action, his identity is public.’
  • 86) ‘The mail chased up the story, but for whatever reason decided not to run it.’
  • 87) ‘I should know better than to actually read the Western mail, rather than just buying it for jobs.’
  • 88) ‘Yeah, the postmark definitely can trace to the post office where they mailed the letter.’
  • 89) ‘The next day, he had two errands to run - one was to the post office to mail Laurie's letter.’
  • 90) ‘They drove to the post office to mail the letter in case someone found it before it could be posted.’
  • 91) ‘Opportunity is a nice place to stop and stretch - a great name for a town and a great place to mail a letter or postcard.’
  • 92) ‘Josh is running at top speed to get to the post office in order to mail a letter for Kathy.’
  • 93) ‘One can grab a bite at one of the many food outlets, shop for memories at souvenir stalls and mail a letter from the tiny post office.’
  • 94) ‘Donors were supplied with polling information; we mailed certified letters and express mail packages as well as highly personal appeals from Jim and his family.’
  • 95) ‘The stamps can then be used as postage from any Netherland Antilles port or onboard ship to mail a letter anywhere in the world.’
  • 96) ‘Some of them will even write indignant ‘I'll never buy your product again’ letters and then, on their way home from mailing the letter, stop off and pick up the product.’
  • 97) ‘The cost of mailing a letter will not change until 2006.’
  • 98) ‘The children continued to share stories about times when they mailed a letter with their parents, or when they actually went to the post office.’
  • 99) ‘As a first point of contact, the project director mailed a letter briefly describing the project to potential participants.’
  • 100) ‘Postal patrons also must complete customs forms and declarations pertaining to the contents of parcels being mailed.’
  • 101) ‘Ask a 12-year-old when she last mailed a letter to Aunt Minnie and you're likely to get a blank stare.’
  • 102) ‘School administrators mailed letters to all parents of seventh graders describing the project.’
  • 103) ‘She walked to the post office, where she bought a money order, and mailed the letter.’
  • 104) ‘I don't know why people sell perfectly good stamps below face value when you can always use them to mail letters.’
  • 105) ‘They make money not on stamps, but on the newspapers and candy bars that customers buy when they come in to mail a letter.’
  • 106) ‘After I had mailed the letter Shawn and I started to head back home.’
  • 107) ‘The completed ballot paper is then mailed back in a numbered envelope placed in another envelope.’
  • 108) ‘When an anti-virus program from a remote system mails you out of the blue, tells you that it blocked a virus you sent, tells you that you are likely infected with a virus and advertises itself, the remote site is sending you spam.’
  • 109) ‘So for example, if a friend (we'll call her Sally) mails you a jpeg as an email attachment, it will store this relationship.’
  • 110) ‘Unless you feel it is from a legitimate company that has made a genuine mistake in mailing you, do not respond to spam email messages.’
  • 111) ‘Theorton checked his e-mail later to find that Henry had mailed him back.’
  • 112) ‘This is not really a question, but I can't seem to find an email address anywhere on this page to mail you with.’
  • 113) ‘Each Corinthian soldier wore a simple coat of chain mail beneath a set of light plate mail, complete with a helm that was adorned with a small plume of pure white fur.’
  • 114) ‘They all wore the battle armour they brought with them; steel plate mail with high, circular collars and round shoulder pieces.’
  • 115) ‘The twenty-five or so remaining Crimson Knights donned their plate mail and readied their weapons.’
  • 116) ‘Chain mail alternated with steel plates that had been bent around the knight seamlessly so as not to impede his movement.’
  • 117) ‘At the head of the precision was a man clad entirely in gold plate mail with a crimson cape flung around his shoulders.’
  • 118) ‘The Tapestry shows Norman knights and English soldiers wearing identical mailed hauberks or byrnies.’
  • 119) ‘They wore a mailed shirt called the 'hauberk', constructed of interlinked iron rings, which afforded protection to the body, upper arms and thighs.’

Examples

  • 1) This is despite the fact they perform better in these subjects than their male counterparts.
  • 2) What was the typical ratio of male to female captives?
  • 3) There is no doubt that our male counterparts also suffer.
  • 4) These include male couples and female couples with their arms linked to form a heart.
  • 5) They also show though that we are considerably fatter: the average male is almost a stone heavier.
  • 6) You lose your legs and you lose part of your identity, especially being a fit young male in a military environment.
  • 7) He has become England's alpha male.
  • 8) Most males now have a white neck ring, which shows that they come from introduced Chinese pheasant stock.
  • 9) Women on boards are just like their male counterparts.
  • 10) One sniff a day arouses the libido of the average male.
  • 11) Ninety per cent of young male offenders have been excluded from school.
  • 12) They just will give respect to their opponents when due whether they are male or female.
  • 13) He suddenly has this glamorous alpha male guy who wants to be his friend.
  • 14) The injured males have now been nursed back to full health.
  • 15) The team also found male dogs looked to owners for information less than female dogs.
  • 16) Doctors have found a match but are still looking for a younger male.
  • 17) Here he directed a small but skilful male choir whose resources he came to use with much imagination and skill.
  • 18) Yet female politicians are routinely assessed in terms of their appearance in a manner that their male counterparts are not.
  • 19) Now he is a trim, fit male model after shedding six stone.
  • 20) Not so long ago it was fashionable for extravagant whiskers to adorn all red-blooded males.
  • 21) Now the average male wears a size 10 shoe and the average woman a size six.
  • 22) Particularly and precisely imagined are a diverse range of choral works, none finer than his extensive output for male voice choirs.
  • 23) He has had girlfriends and he's certainly a red-blooded male.
  • 24) I define “male” and “female” in such a way as to include transpeople, which means that some of the _male_ people I know can indeed get pregnant.
  • 25) The Fifteenth Amendment does not specifically exclude right of male citizens to vote, because they are _male_ citizens, therefore, male citizens are of necessity included in the right of voting.
  • 26) It was then she come out delirious about not being the pampered toy of any male -- _male_, mind you!
  • 27) _The prosperity of the States depends upon the protection afforded to our male citizens_; and the name and character of _male_ citizens of the United States shall mean one and the same thing and carry with them unchallenged security and respect.
  • 28) Especially as I read romance that is 50\% male POV or more … and almost always identify with the * male* character, not the heroine.
  • 29) In 1865 the legislature discriminated against women by the passage of a very long act, prescribing the manner in which enumerations of _white male citizens_ shall be made; thus implying that a _white male citizen_ is an honorable and important person, whose existence is to be noted with due care; with a care that distinguishes him equally above the _white female_ and the _black male_ citizen, and in effect places these two unenumerated divisions of human beings into one class.
  • 30) hiya i have brought 6 new pups YAY!! they are a male german shepard, a k. charles female and a shetland male+ a male husky, a jack russell female and a beagle. they are all very hyper cute and very very playful lol
  • 31) The term is everywhere in recent weeks, rather like the way the phrase "male chauvinism" emerged decades ago in the United States.
  • 32) ‘The chromosome from the father determines whether the offspring becomes male or female.’
  • 33) ‘Thus, the benefits to offspring of male incubation may be reduced in various species.’
  • 34) ‘Some females even adjust the ratio of male to female offspring depending on the circumstances.’
  • 35) ‘Biological differentiation into male and female makes sexual reproduction possible.’
  • 36) ‘Reef fishes are egg-layers, and the eggs are externally fertilized by the male parent.’
  • 37) ‘An emphasis on male offspring and the male line is found throughout the country.’
  • 38) ‘The biological consequences concern both male and female reproductive systems.’
  • 39) ‘male fish with both male and female reproductive systems have been found in the River Ouse in the county.’
  • 40) ‘Other males and male offspring have no recourse but either to accept celibacy, look elsewhere, or kill the father.’
  • 41) ‘So there is some evidence that male sterility can negatively affect female fitness.’
  • 42) ‘In this case it appears that male sterility caused self-fertilization to fail but some days later cross-fertilization took place.’
  • 43) ‘The 65 987 participants were predominantly male and middle aged.’
  • 44) ‘While students are predominantly male, any driver with a valid license can sign up.’
  • 45) ‘The subscription lists, particularly those before 1860, suggest that the audience was predominantly male.’
  • 46) ‘Havana produced Carlos Acosta, now a member of the Royal Ballet, the world's number one male dancer.’
  • 47) ‘Petronio was the first male dancer of the Trisha Brown Company, for which he danced from 1979 to 1986.’
  • 48) ‘But then from memory mass murderers or serial killers were pretty much exclusively male.’
  • 49) ‘Today, there are few, if any, maritime roles that remain exclusively male.’
  • 50) ‘The mostly male executives running corporations across America would do well to take note.’
  • 51) ‘Female students, on average, take more valuable equipment than their male counterparts.’
  • 52) ‘We women in business are measured by how many male characteristics we have.’
  • 53) ‘The slow release of testosterone ensures that sex drive and male characteristics, such as body hair, are maintained.’
  • 54) ‘We know also that in animals the male hormone, testosterone, is related to dominance and aggression.’
  • 55) ‘We were unable to identify any male characteristics that were associated with EPF.’
  • 56) ‘Younger women use the monophthongs characteristic of male speech.’
  • 57) ‘The four male voices of the Hilliard earned thunderous foot-stamping applause from a capacity audience at Canongate Kirk.’
  • 58) ‘Imagine those choruses of lusty male voices singing The Internationale on the soundtrack.’
  • 59) ‘Both times Darren said he heard a gruff male voice in the background speaking angrily in rapid fire French.’
  • 60) ‘The Talking Messenger has 15 readers, but is always looking for more, especially male voices.’
  • 61) ‘He will go down in history as the most popular male voice of all time.’
  • 62) ‘The elephants are also slow to respond to a woman's voice as their hearing is tuned to following a male voice.’
  • 63) ‘Over the speakers, the male voice reading was full of love but full of loss.’
  • 64) ‘A male voice said the chairman would return the call, but there was no response from Rao up to press time.’
  • 65) ‘Their intense dialogue was somehow interrupted by the deep male voices approaching.’
  • 66) ‘Founded in 1944, the Orpheus Choir may have to fold due to a lack of male voices.’
  • 67) ‘You live in a place where male bonding takes on a whole new life!’
  • 68) ‘Also, how many males will want their offspring to suffer male pattern baldness?’
  • 69) ‘However, in some species, females use male traits to predict spermatophore quality.’
  • 70) ‘Thus, it seems logical for a correlation to exist between male and female fertility traits.’
  • 71) ‘He sat in on his wife's women's group, with their permission, as they talked about menopause and male menopause.’
  • 72) ‘Firstly, to get the male point of view, they interview one man.’
  • 73) ‘Many footballers in England earned a wage that was not much greater than average adult male earnings in manufacturing.’
  • 74) ‘The pollen grain is the male gametophytic phase of flowering plants.’
  • 75) ‘The path of pollen tubes has not been investigated, as male flowers were not available.’
  • 76) ‘Live oaks produce male flowers called catkins that bloom in hanging clusters.’
  • 77) ‘Thus, the perianth of male flowers is often larger than that of female flowers.’
  • 78) ‘Inflorescences with male flowers only were found in various sequential inflorescences in the six populations.’
  • 79) ‘It is now clear that mutation rates are greater in male than in female germ lines.’
  • 80) ‘The fitting also includes a male end portion configured to engage female threads on the hub of the receptacle.’
  • 81) ‘Cut another small piece of pipe and attach male adapters on both ends.’
  • 82) ‘This audio cable with male connectors on each end is used with ISDN primary rate interfaces.’
  • 83) ‘Then the connector was flanged onto the newly installed flexible pipe end termination which will mate with the male hub connection structure.’
  • 84) ‘Common chimpanzees are very social animals, with males forming the closest bonds.’
  • 85) ‘Adult natal males were never observed to achieve intromission, so all complete copulations involved immigrants.’
  • 86) ‘Interactions among newborns, mothers, and adult males are rarely observed but are needed to distinguish between these hypotheses.’
  • 87) ‘The idea was that every adult white male would have his own gun.’
  • 88) ‘Even Frodo, the longtime dominant alpha male, is feeling poorly and lying low.’
  • 89) ‘Neither of the two unmated males sired extra-pair young.’
  • 90) ‘And so often what is radical is defined by white heterosexual males and females.’
  • 91) ‘The researcher worldview is that of a middle-class, white, heterosexual male.’
  • 92) ‘Territorial males sired, on average, significantly more offspring per reproductive season than peripherals.’
  • 93) ‘Mate guarding is the primary mating tactic used by dominant males of many species of ungulates.’
  • 94) ‘An adolescent heterosexual male, for example, is certainly driven to distraction by his hormonal urge to reproduce.’
  • 95) ‘There is a palpably macho tone to all of this, as of alpha males competing for dominance and display.’
  • 96) ‘The purpose of the program is to develop responsible sexual behavior among young adolescent males.’
  • 97) ‘Participants in this study included 105 adolescent males between the ages of 12 and 18 in outpatient and residential programs.’
  • 98) ‘There was no predation and there were no unmated males in our population.’
  • 99) ‘But costs rise to four times the European average for young males aged between 17 and 24.’
  • 100) ‘Plot shows percentage of females produced by hybrid males of various genotypes.’
  • 101) ‘For black males aged 15-19, the rate increased 105 percent.’
  • 102) ‘Smaller groups usually consist of an unmated female courted by unmated males.’
  • 103) ‘Sometimes, though, the ratio of males to females lurches out of balance.’
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Linguix Keyboard

Make your content read and look better on mobile.

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Download Linguix for Microsoft Word and Microsoft Outlook to check grammar, punctuation, and style instantly right in your documents.

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