How To Use Kelp In A Sentence

  • Near Australia, catsharks have been observed inhabiting ledges and caves, seagrass or kelp beds, coastal reefs, and both sandy and rocky bottoms.
  • Kelp beds and offshore reefs create habitat for a wide range of fish, with surfperch being the most common.
  • But once you get more familiar with seaweed, you can use wakame, kelp, hijiki, or others, alone or in any combination you like. Eat Your Brownies, er, Veggies - Bitten Blog - NYTimes.com
  • For a while last year they had a heckelphone on their second-hand list for a little over £20 000.
  • These include but are not limited to: chlorella, blue-green algae, spirulina from California or Hawaii, AFA blue-green algae (Aphanizomenon Flos Aquae), kelp, nori, green barley, wheat grass and alfalfa.
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  • Iodic much consist in is marine in using a plant, wait to contain rich iodine like shrimp of sea fish, sea, jellyfish, kelp, laver.
  • The North Sea was the ocean in your mind blue, blue, and blue proud and great sea green / kelp brown / foam white Susanne Jorn
  • There is a farm on a neck of land belonging to this town (Marblehead, Mass.), which has peculiar advantages for collecting sea kelp and sea moss, and these manures are there used most liberally, particularly in the cultivation of cabbage, from eight to twelve cords of rotten kelp, which is stronger than barn manure, and more suitable food for cabbage, being used to the acre. Cabbages and Cauliflowers: How to Grow Them A Practical Treatise, Giving Full Details On Every Point, Including Keeping And Marketing The Crop
  • Secure in their home, the islanders, known as Kelpers, are getting on with making money.
  • Attaches to rocks or kelp in lower tidal pools. Times, Sunday Times
  • Twa bairnies, twa callans, that skelp o'er the leas, The Modern Scottish Minstrel , Volume I. The Songs of Scotland of the past half century
  • There are seals and porpoises, thick kelp forests, colourful corals, and large wolf fish.
  • Good sources include sea fish, sea vegetables (kelp, dulse, hijiki, nori and kombu) and iodized salt.
  • Cornet Bay ramp, North Whidbey Island -- May 1: 84 boats with 229 anglers caught 16 kelp greenling, 82 lingcod and seven cabezon. The Seattle Times
  • As it swims over different areas of seabed, a cuttlefish can change colour almost instantly to match its surroundings, taking on a dark brown shade over kelp and turning almost white over sand.
  • Seven generations of Kelpers have made their homes on the remote, wind-swept islands.
  • Verra well, dinna ye think as hoo yon Irish whelp I skelpit the day 'll hae a waesome feelin' i 'his breist? St. Cuthbert's
  • a kelpie is an imaginary water sprite, you know, and a pixy is a-- a-- why, a sort of make-believe fairy who lives in the water. Patty in Paris
  • We feel the floods surging over us, we sound with him to the kelpy bottom of the waters; sea-weed and all the slime of the sea is about us! Moby Dick; or the Whale
  • The predominant feature of the shoreline is the rocky cliffs, extending under water to encompass a lush kelp forest, submarine reefs and offshore seamounts.
  • Go through and out the other end to where the bottom shelves up steeply into the kelp zone.
  • 'There are naiads, nymphs, nixes, kelpies - loreleis, selkies, sirens - though the last two prefer the sea. THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: THE SANGREAL TRILOGY ONE
  • Ye'll hae a sore leg, I'm thinking!" said I. "Ou aye," he admitted with the same grave smile, "but it's no sae muckle as a 'that -- juist a wee bit skelpit I-- Great Britain at War
  • In even shallower water, the kelp cover thickened and small pollack and codling darted around, snapping at particles in the water.
  • To make matters worse at the time he succeeded to the ownership of Barra, the Government reduced the duty on imported barilla, knocking out the prop which kept the kelping industry afloat.
  • If you are using the stock to make clear soup, remove the kelp just before the water comes to a boil. MOON PASSAGE
  • He didn't just touch it in the second minute, though, he skelped it.
  • The crabs are among a range of animals - including European green crab and Asian kelp - that have been bought to British shores in ships' bilges and are considered to constitute one of the world's most serious environmental problems.
  • The area also offers rock walls, kelp beds and fish species such as lumpfish and wolf fish.
  • The kelps are an important group of marine autotrophs that has left little or nothing in the way of a direct fossil record.
  • Ocean sunfish are most commonly observed several miles offshore, but on occasion may be seen closer inshore around oilrigs and drifting kelp paddies.
  • Why, this afternoon, he jest tore a gentleman's skelp clean off his head, and he was borne out in a fainting condition. Half-Hours with Great Story-Tellers
  • Tregarthen could recall the kelp-making, but neither the circumstances of the collapse nor the sufferings that followed it. Major Vigoureux
  • Compounds of iodine are also present in sea water and in sea kelp, a form of seaweed.
  • The authors conclude that recent marine ecosystem collapses, including die-offs of seagrass beds, kelp forests and coral reefs, often had their origins decades or even centuries earlier.
  • Scientific studies find that the four kinds of daintiness that human can perceive respectively consist in four representative foods: kelp, mushroom, bonito fish, and chicken soup.
  • One wishes here, though, that the spongy, osseous kelp forest underneath was extended above the water line: a spongy, osseous rain forest within which fishes swarm. Fish Works
  • Good sources include sea fish, sea vegetables (kelp, dulse, hijiki, nori and kombu) and iodized salt.
  • Calvert is not a particularly strong paddler and seems shaky when lugging a kayak over kelp-slick rocks. Business and financial news - CNNMoney.com
  • At first it looks kelpy, but underneath the rocks are split by narrow gullies and boulder caves, with lots of pretties to see.
  • And I gave him a bit of a skelp, I think, on the back of the leg. DESPERADOES
  • A bass or baritone oboe, an octave below the treble, has always been rare, though composers do occasionally write for it and the wider-bore but otherwise similar heckelphone.
  • I was juist comin 'oot at the kirk door," says I, "when the minister cam 'skelp up again' me. My Man Sandy
  • Cornet Bay ramp, North Whidbey Island - April 3: Two boats with three anglers caught two chinook and three kelp greenling. The Seattle Times
  • On land penguins also have a number of enemies which include leopards, caraculs, kelp gulls and mongooses.
  • In the late 1700s, the abundant seaweed or kelp provided an important source of income.
  • We were not the only large mammals in this forest, and would sometimes catch a glimpse of a doe-eyed, bewhiskered face peering at us through the kelp.
  • And surprising though it may seem - disappointing, even, to the scandal-seekers - no priest ever laid hands on me except to bless me or skelp my ear.
  • This morning the air for him was kelpy with the sweetand-sour smell of the Hudson. In Other Worlds
  • Suddenly out of the blue my 35 kg kelpie Jessica bolts from around the other side of the house nearly knocking me of my feet.
  • I submerge straight away to get out of the slosh and follow a compass bearing over the shallow kelp and into the Ore Stone.
  • The skelp is a piece or bar of iron, about three feet long, and four inches wide, but thicker and broader at one end than at the other; and the barrel of a musket is formed by forging out such pieces to the proper dimensions, and then folding or bending them into a cylindrical form, until the edges overlap, so that they can be welded together. On the Economy of Machinery and Manufactures
  • This is a kelp forest: few fish, but sightings of ghost shrimp, lumpsucker, scorpionfish, nudibranchs, comb jellyfish and isopods can be expected.
  • They will be often be observed eating mussels from both reef and wreckage and also seem to favour winkles, which they pick delicately from kelp fronds before spitting out the remains of the shell.
  • Is that the antique twang of an epigonion, or the sweet trill of the piccolo heckelphone? Times, Sunday Times
  • San Diego and Mission Bays offer outstanding fishing for a medley of inshore species, including spotted bay, sand and calico kelp bass, shortfin corvina, bonefish (yes, the same fish found on Florida flats), halibut, barracuda, bonito and mackerel.
  • And I gave him a bit of a skelp, I think, on the back of the leg. DESPERADOES
  • Breton seaweed workers - like those burning kelp in the Scottish islands - were very poor, supplementing their meagre incomes with fishing, farming and sometimes wrecking.
  • These delicate fish are poor swimmers, but use their leaf-like appendages to help them blend into the algae and kelp surrounding them for protection from predators.
  • This book was plenty dark with murder most foul and kelpies on the streetcorners, but even though many of the fae were not particularly good, many of them did not seem particularly amoral which is how I tend to think of the fae. Archive 2009-08-01
  • Kelps are generally larger than the wracks and the most common, known as Tangle or Oarweed, Laminaria digitata, grows up to 3 – 4 metres long.
  • In addition to being packed with vitamins, minerals and other life-giving substances that have made kelp such a health food staple, Limu Moui is particularly rich in the polysaccharide fucoidan. WN.com - Articles related to Asia pollution blows around globe due to monsoon
  • All plankton, kelp forests and seagrass beds are found in the euphotic zone.
  • In terms of biomass, organic carbon fixation, space occupation, and biogenic habitat, kelps are the dominant reef-inhabiting organisms in cool seas, especially in the Northern Hemisphere.
  • It is unforgettable -- for the boy and for readers -- as are the magical reappearance of the berserker Thorgil from a burial by moss; new characters Pega, a slave girl from Jack's village, and the eager-to-marry-her Bugaboo (a hobgoblin king); kelpies; yarthkins; and elves (not the enchanted sprites one would expect but the fallen angels of legend). The Land of the Silver Apples by Nancy Farmer: Book summary
  • Cornet Bay ramp, North Whidbey Island -- May 1: 84 boats with 229 anglers caught 16 kelp greenling, 82 lingcod and seven cabezon. The Seattle Times
  • He had sifted some larger pebbles from the sand and was throwing them absently at the dike of drift and kelp.
  • Under water, the shingle beach shelves down to rows of small rocks and kelp beneath the low-water mark.
  • Lifeguards at that time reported that the whale appeared lethargic and did not attempt to swim away once freed from the kelp.
  • Olson's Resort, Sekiu -- April 16: Six boats with 19 anglers fishing in Areas 4 east of Tatoosh caught 13 rockfish, 14 lingcod, 15 kelp greenling and four cabezon; April 17: One boat with four anglers caught four rockfish, two kelp greenling and two sculpins. The Seattle Times
  • Without sea otters, urchins overgraze the kelp, eating the base of the plant so that it becomes detached from the sea floor and dies.
  • The companies also undertake to ensure the protection of four marine species: kelp, abalone, sand dollars and sea urchins.
  • Sometimes a mermyd would stipulate that he or she become feed in a hatchery, or mulch in a kelp farm. WATER BOOK ONE: ASCENSION
  • One group is studying kelp gulls, south polar skuas and sheathbills and another group is studying Adelie penguins.
  • Inspector Stephen Marais says he is looking for German shepherds, Rottweilers, Border collies, cocker spaniels, Labrador retrievers and kelpies to be trained in police work.
  • The researchers found that a selenium supplement he was taking contained kelp, which is a rich source of iodine and significantly increased his iodine levels. Medlogs - Recent stories
  • She was a fine young chocolate working kelpie with plenty of personality and well-loved by our neighbours as well as ourselves.
  • Sometimes a mermyd would stipulate that he or she become feed in a hatchery, or mulch in a kelp farm. WATER BOOK ONE: ASCENSION
  • Sometimes the beast was a land animal, a lizard, etc, but the true _taniwha_ is a water kelpie. Day Symbols of the Maya Year Sixteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1894-1895, Government Printing Office, Washington, 1897, pages 199-266.
  • Oh, you'll read about a very interesting take on gnomes, selkies, kelpies, vampires, succubi, and more but you won't find a kick-ass heroine living in a dark and gritty city. Review: Tempest Rising by Nicole Peeler
  • The elimination of sea otters for their pelts allowed explosions of sea urchins that ate all the kelps.
  • Other commonly used seaweeds are wakame and kombu, which are types of kelp.
  • We finned out into the light of the sandy bottom to the side of the pier for eelgrass, kelp and a much more open feel.
  • An 'altiye, if I fuckin' fin 'any fags, you're gettin' a fuckin 'skelp, man. Boiling a frog
  • In close work (pens, yards, and chutes) in Australian summer heat, the kelpie (another variety of collie) has more stamina than a Border Collie.
  • The shore on this side of the break-water is sheer and tumbles down to a reef of broken rocks and large kelp-wigged boulders.
  • The companies also undertake to ensure the protection of four marine species: kelp, abalone, sand dollars and sea urchins.
  • The demand for heckelphones is not high…
  • Olson's Resort, Sekiu -- April 16: Six boats with 19 anglers fishing in Areas 4 east of Tatoosh caught 13 rockfish, 14 lingcod, 15 kelp greenling and four cabezon; April 17: One boat with four anglers caught four rockfish, two kelp greenling and two sculpins. The Seattle Times
  • Kelp greenling are a common fish in rocky and kelp areas from central California north, but few are taken on piers south of San Francisco.
  • Lobster fishers had spotted the infant whale Monday morning caught in thick kelp about a mile off the coast of San Diego.
  • Vacillating in shallow Arctic waters, this new species of kelp was discovered near Alaska's Aleutian Islands.
  • Once thought to be related to the other basses found in the area (kelp bass, barred sand bass), giant sea bass are now more properly grouped with the wreckfishes, Family Polyprionidae.
  • Whether you will be able to get shaved bonito (hana-katsuo) and the right kelp (dashi-konbu) is another matter. MOON PASSAGE
  • Kelp Gulls are widely distributed in the Southern Hemisphere, breeding in South America, southern Africa, Australia, New Zealand, subantarctic islands, and Antarctic Peninsula.
  • To skelp an 'scaud poor dogs like me, [spank, scald] Robert Burns How To Know Him
  • Pink shrimps and flatfish abound, and brightly coloured juvenile lumpsuckers stick to the kelp fronds.
  • Add to that a bus tour of the quarry where political prisoners excavated limestone and dug themselves a privy, and the beach where those who are now the country's leaders gathered kelp, and the value is beyond question.
  • They are found dispersed among some rocky bottom areas, but are largely found along the California coastal reefs and kelp forests.
  • Well, the red kelpie has been on the job and she's been barking all the way along this track, which suggests that a dingo has actually been along the track before us.
  • According to proponents of the ecosystem engineer story, the example should be retold: otters change the effect of an allogenic engineer – urchins – upon an autogenic engineer – kelp beds; the change in kelp bed structure causes the rest of the cascade of effects. Species influences upon ecosystem function
  • Cheap salt, again, with abundance of fuel, was made to yield carbonate of soda, which replaced, with a great reduction of price, the soda formerly got from kelp or barilla, the ashes of sea-weed. The Coal Question~ Of British Invention
  • By devising experiments with and without herbivores, they were able to observe the maximum effect of herbivores on small kelps.
  • The North Sea was the ocean in your mind blue, blue, and blue proud and great sea green / kelp brown / foam white Susanne Jorn
  • Verra well, dinna ye think as hoo yon Irish whelp I skelpit the day 'll hae a waesome feelin' i 'his breist? St. Cuthbert's
  • My second choice in dog would be the Blue Heeler, which is a more brutal animal which tends to drive the stock from behind (ie, running backs in NFL) rather than skirting like brown kelpies (like wingers in rugby union). Cheeseburger Gothic » Calling all Texans…
  • An individual male kelp greenling may guard up to 11 egg masses simultaneously, although the average number is four.
  • The valued molluscs are fed hand-harvested kelp and some compounded seaweed diet, and are graded at regular intervals over the farming period of 36 to 40 months.
  • White barnacles, blue-black mussels and red seaweed can also be found as well as pink corraline algae and a band of kelp which includes oarweed and dabberlocks.
  • Scientific studies find that the four kinds of daintiness that human can perceive respectively consist in four representative foods: kelp, mushroom, bonito fish, and chicken soup.
  • As the snake pursued Palethorpe across the garden her three Australian sheepdogs, known as kelpies, leapt to her defense. Dog Fights For Life After Saving Owner | Impact Lab
  • “Out there, a spirit knows what kelpy smells we need.” The Welkening
  • A few things had been added: a hennery, -- called by Dotty "a henpeckery" -- and a graceful white boat, named the Water-Kelpie. Little Prudy's Dotty Dimple
  • He'll be after you down the street, trying to skelp you about the head with a brolly... Peer of the realm?
  • Microalgaes from the ocean and uncontaminated lakes, including blue-green algae, spirulina, chlorella, seaweed, and kelp are easy-to-digest, high protein and high-energy supplements-and contain over a hundred trace minerals! How to keep your brain healthy by eating
  • Kelpers receive random telephone calls from the mainland in the night.
  • Sandy ga'e him a clap on the hurdles to quieten him, but aye the hent feet o 'him played skelp on the boddom o' the cairt, till I thocht he wudda haen't ca'd a 'to bits. My Man Sandy
  • Kelp, dulse and sodium alginate are excellent as toxic-chelators to eliminate them from the body.
  • 'Ye are na a bad hand at flinging stanes,' said the lad who first addressed me, as we now returned up the brae; 'your aim is right dangerous, mon, I saw how ye skelpit them, ye maun help us agin thae New Lavengro; the Scholar, the Gypsy, the Priest
  • I submerge straight away to get out of the slosh and follow a compass bearing over the shallow kelp and into the Ore Stone.
  • Yes, there was one vampire and I am started to get a bit tired of vampires at this point, especially since I was never a big fan of them in the first place, but this supernatural world also contains kelpies, selkies, gnomes, djinn, nahual, a barghest, and nagas. Archive 2009-10-01
  • Where sea otters are present, the urchins are limited by otter predation and kelp forests are abundant.
  • Tam skelpit on thro 'dub and mire, [spanked, puddle] Robert Burns How To Know Him
  • Sometimes a mermyd would stipulate that he or she become feed in a hatchery, or mulch in a kelp farm. WATER BOOK ONE: ASCENSION
  • The main aquatics exportation from the country includes spitchcocks, frozen fish slices, shell-off frozen shrimps, squids, kelps and lavers.
  • Attaches to rocks or kelp in lower tidal pools. Times, Sunday Times
  • Only tiny phytoplankton are found throughout the area, although intertidal zones in the south contain kelp beds.
  • Choose an unpolluted bit of rocky coast and collect a variety of weeds such as kelp and wrack (particularly Asophyllum nodosum), boil for 15 minutes and add to the bath water.
  • Marine life includes sea lemons, lingcod, kelp greenlings, silvery pile perch, wolf eels and even decorated warbonnets with spikes on their heads.
  • Kelpfishes, klipfishes, and scaled blennies are among the threatened species.
  • Mr. Cheerman! "exclaimed the old man, tremulously," lemme examinate that thar wild-cat skelp. His "Day In Court" 1895
  • Kelp is rich in vitamins and trace elements.
  • Note: All references to "linen" is not our linen derived from flax, but a similar appearing and feeling fabric extracted from a particular kelp on Skene. Archive 2004-12-12
  • Other unusual instruments such as guitars, saxophones, bass flutes, heckelphones, Wagner tubas, and so on may be used as well, depending upon the music
  • Towards the south-east end of the island the gullies open out to a kelp forest, before deepening into a series of steps which drop sharply to 30m.
  • Yes, there was one vampire and I am started to get a bit tired of vampires at this point, especially since I was never a big fan of them in the first place, but this supernatural world also contains kelpies, selkies, gnomes, djinn, nahual, a barghest, and nagas. Archive 2009-10-01
  • Arctic Ocean supports beds of sea-tangle (Fucus distichus) and in the littoral and sublittoral regions (down to about 40 m in clear water) are kelp forests of Featured Articles - Encyclopedia of Earth
  • Japanese use dashi which is a kelp and bonito (dried fish) based stock British Blogs
  • Flocks of terns and cormorants fished offshore, while fronds of kelp writhed in the surf like the flailing arms of sea monsters.
  • In several fables the kelpie appears as a handsome young prince, who lures maidens to a watery fate worse than death.
  • Octopus bimaculatus lives in holes, under rocks and among kelps and is found in the Pacific waters around California and Mexico.
  • One remarkable report involves a group of porbeagles chasing another trailing a streamer of kelp from between its teeth; when ownership of the kelp strand was usurped, the other porbeagles chased the new owner.
  • They were bred in Australia in the late 1800s, starting with the wild dingo and adding in things like bulldogs and kelpy. grouse Diary Entry
  • To make matters worse at the time he succeeded to the ownership of Barra, the Government reduced the duty on imported barilla, knocking out the prop which kept the kelping industry afloat.
  • Heckelphone, ondes-martenot, tubax, contrabassoon, serpent, octobasse, flugelhorn, euphonium are examples of musical instruments whose sex appeal does not live up to their exotic sounding names.
  • British Columbia's nutrient-rich waters support a multitude of life including kelp forests, nudibranchs, anemones, wolf fish, king crabs and giant octopus.
  • Ye are na a bad hand at flinging stanes," said the lad who first addressed me, as we now returned up the brae; "your aim is right dangerous, mon, I saw how ye skelpit them, ye maun help us agin thae New Lavengro The Scholar, the Gypsy, the Priest
  • The presence of ‘hyphal fusion’ and obliquely oriented septa in the stipes of modern kelp points to the possibility of convergence, an issue that has also figured in the assessment of Prototaxites.
  • Two wholesome brown kelps that are popular among Japanese diners are kombu and arame.
  • Below them goatfish, wrasses and scorpionfish frolicked amongst the kelp holdfasts.
  • Six substrates were considered: kelp, eelgrass, clay, silt, mineralic sand from a temperate environment, and turtlegrass and carbonate sand from a tropical environment.
  • There are rose goblins and kelpies, doppelgangers and kitsune—and the variation is a wonderful thing to behold. seanan_mcguire: Rosemary and reviews, with bonus party aftermath.
  • Second to the penguin is the kelp gull Larus dominicanus with 6,000 active nests. Península Valdés, Argentina
  • Youngsters tossed strands of kelp and wrestled; cows lounged with bellies exposed, nursing their pups; bulls galumphed into grassy nooks and sprawled out to snooze.
  • We grasped kelp to anchor us, so as not to be taken out in the backwash, and clambered over its slimy fronds to the jumble of boulders that constituted the beach.
  • Trapped within it were ribbons of kelp, dead squid and blue-fish, sea-cucumbers and a rusty food can. RUSHING TO PARADISE
  • Following an artistic residency at S-AIR in Sapporo Japan, Lohmann was in Milan this year conducting the Kelp Constructs workshop at the Nilufar Gallery. Antonia Halse | Inhabitat
  • A kelpy feeling wavered in Carl's stomach, hurry ing toward nausea. In Other Worlds
  • The sea bed was covered by fronds of kelp which swayed to and fro in the water, grabbing our legs as we began our course around the pier's outer edge.
  • I have grown up in Tasmania on the east coast and the light and shade of a kelp forest or the whispering of a seabreeze through pine trees that edge a beach, the chuckle as waves push and pull at shell-grit: even now, those are the sounds that ground me when I am slightly worn out. Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Words, Pictures, Memory
  • The flavor associated with winter is salty and rather than relying on table salt, learn to enjoy the wonderful mineral rich seaweeds such as kelp, nori, hiziki, and dulse which can be used to season food. Brigitte Mars: 7 Herbs And Spices That Warm You Up
  • Give each other's children a skelp across the ear, impose and police standards of behaviour across the community. The damage done in the name of compassion
  • These delicate fish are poor swimmers, but use their leaf-like appendages to help them blend into the algae and kelp surrounding them for protection from predators.
  • Two wholesome brown kelps that are popular among Japanese diners are kombu and arame.
  • I would return to feed you black hanks of kelp from each fist.
  • Tegner's main scientific research focused on the ecology of kelp forest communities and nearshore marine resources.
  • Glenn Street ramp, Bellingham -- Oct. 31: Four boats with seven anglers caught two chinook; Nov. 5: One boat with three anglers caught five kelp greenling and five flounder; Nov. 6: One boat with two anglers caught two cabezon. The Seattle Times
  • For example, Konbu-irichii is a regional dish in which shredded kelp and pork are stir-fried.
  • On the beaches he noted black duck, grey and chestnut teal, black currawongs, blue wrens and waders feeding among bull kelp where kelp flies bred, their maggots the staple diet along the exposed coastline.
  • Seaweed and particularly kelp, which is known to contain iodine as well as other essential minerals and trace elements, is for this reason often recommended by natural health practitioners as part of a dietary treatment for candidiasis. eHow - Health How To's
  • Casts and orchestras are kept small: no heckelphones or Wagner tubas in his scoring.
  • Glaucous gulls L. hyperboreus and Kelp gulls L. dominicanus were also nested within L. argentatus, and the discovery about the Kelp gull is interesting: this species is unique to the Southern Hemisphere, and Liebers et al. (2004) concluded that it must have evolved via long-distance colonisation ‘from the same ancestral population as the Lesser black-backed gull, suggesting that its ancestors were highly migratory, as nominate Lesser black-backed gulls still are today’ (p. 895). Archive 2006-02-01
  • Olson's Resort, Sekiu - April 20: Two boats with five anglers caught five rockfish, seven lingcod, two cabezon and one kelp greenling; April 24: One boat with four anglers caught one lingcod and one cabezon. The Seattle Times
  • Scientific studies find that the four kinds of daintiness that human can perceive respectively consist in four representative foods: kelp, mushroom, bonito fish, and chicken soup.
  • The next phase of decline is the sudden collapse of ‘architectural ‘species such as kelp, oysters, reef corals, giant sponges, and seagrasses.
  • Unlike kelp and other seaweed, sea grasses are descended from terrestrial plants, which adapted to shallow non-rocky coastal waters.
  • Kelp is a kind of marine life, which has great value for health care.
  • Apart from algae, perhaps we can also bioengineer seaweed or kelp for the same purpose in aquatic fuel farms.
  • Brown algae has a milder, slightly iodine flavour and includes kombu (giant kelp). Times, Sunday Times
  • Notwithstanding, the author adds, that kelp contains but two or three per cent. of carbonate of soda, while Spanish barilla often contains twenty or thirty [see "Salsola" and "Salicornia"], Resources of the Southern Fields and Forests, Medical, Economical, and Agricultural. Being also a Medical Botany of the Confederate States; with Practical Information on the Useful Properties of the Trees, Plants, and Shrubs
  • A magic bridle may be used to tame a kelpie temporarily, though this will engender great rage in the creature.
  • Whether you will be able to get shaved bonito (hana-katsuo) and the right kelp (dashi-konbu) is another matter. MOON PASSAGE
  • We mix kelp or healthful herbs into the feed whenever we can afford to and also use herbs to relieve symptoms when a bird is sick.
  • You may also want to eat iodine-rich foods like kelp, nori, and other seaweeds as often as once a day, and fish and shellfish two or three times a week.
  • Above me, far out from the cliff, a wide-winged Thomas Hawk circles above the lagoon on rising thermals and scans the shifting bluekelp beds with its infrared vi­sion, seeking out harpseals or torpids. Prayers To Broken Stones
  • Juvenile rockfish that reside in kelp beds are often eaten by many fishes and other marine animals.
  • The heckelphone was developed in response to Richard Wagner's request when he visited the Heckel factory, a German bassoon manufacturer, in the late nineteenth century.
  • The wreckage is at its cleanest in spring and early summer, before the kelp gets a grip on the exposed steelwork.
  • Large fingers of kelp sway and beckon us out to sea.
  • We don't mind being skelped by the French but defeat by England hurts.
  • Now the light diminished to a distant star that seemed to twinkle on the waters, like those which, according to the legends of the country, the water-kelpy sends for the purpose of indicating the watery grave of his victims. Chapter XXVI
  • Giant kelp and seaweed are common, especially in intertidal zones.
  • When resting or sleeping, sea otters float on their backs and wrap themselves in kelp to keep from drifting.
  • Kelp is rich in vitamins and trace elements.
  • As an oboist, he has performed orchestral, chamber and contemporary music; he also plays the heckelphone.
  • Scientific studies find that the four kinds of daintiness that human can perceive respectively consist in four representative foods: kelp, mushroom, bonito fish, and chicken soup.
  • The real reason for the rich pong of two-day-old kelp is the little barnacles and other creatures rotting.
  • The unwieldy but serviceable striker skelped a ball across the goalmouth that kissed the crossbar on its way past.
  • Check out the old Toyota ute with a cowboy hat on the dash, a kelpie in the front seat and a saddle in the back.
  • In terms of biomass, organic carbon fixation, space occupation, and biogenic habitat, kelps are the dominant reef-inhabiting organisms in cool seas, especially in the Northern Hemisphere.

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