[ US /ˌaɪˈoʊtə/ ]
[ UK /a‍ɪˈə‍ʊtɐ/ ]
  1. a tiny or scarcely detectable amount
  2. the 9th letter of the Greek alphabet
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How To Use iota In A Sentence

  • The third muscle to consider is a superficial muscle that lies along the anterior side of the tibiotarsus.
  • Medici_, published in 1642, and _Hydriotaphia; or, Urn Burial_, 1658, a discourse upon rites of burial and incremation, suggested by some Roman funeral urns, dug up in Norfolk. Brief History of English and American Literature
  • Certainly the Cambrian record is deeply biased in favour of shelly fossils, as revealed by the exceptionally preserved Burgess Shale and Chengjiang biotas, where the vast majority of taxa and individuals were non-biomineralizing.
  • There is not one iota of truth in the story.
  • Justice permits the doer of evil to be held accountable for every iota of harm that ensues as a result of the evil act, and that reckoning can be terrible indeed.
  • They do not bioaccumulate in biota to any appreciable extent, as they are largely metabolized.
  • Time, ah, I want to seize you. Will not let you away from my side iota!
  • With few exceptions, having taken a toke the night before has not one iota of impact on the job people do.
  • Hansen and Quinn give us eight distinct patterns, such as “alpha followed by an epsilon becomes long alpha, alpha followed by epsilon iota becomes long alpha with an iota subscript,” and so on, for eight impossible to memorize (at least for me) rules. Greek is hard « paper fruit
  • So it's a very different kind of biota that would have been in these lagoons or near-shore deposits, near-shore areas 36 million years ago. New Species Of Extinct Giant Penguin Discovered
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