How To Use Quito In A Sentence

  • Elisabeth found herself with a straggle of colonists in a mosquito-ridden, uncleared jungle where sandflies bored into the skin of the feet and the clay soil was so intractable that nothing would grow.
  • Any adult who says `Chrissie" when he means `Christmas", and ` mozzie " for `mosquito", is hard to take seriously. STAGE FRIGHT
  • Your scribe's eyes were also taken with a beautiful Mosquito and I was forced to reflect how ‘right’ these warbirds look in the sky.
  • According to health experts, when an infected female mosquito bites a person, she may inject the worm larvae, called microfilariae, into the blood.
  • Only 30 years old, he died of yellow fever, transmitted by a mosquito's bite.
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  • Concerns have been raised that these mosquitoes may spread to the UK from traffic coming in from France. Times, Sunday Times
  • It works by producing a sheet of infrared light, which acts as a barrier to keep mosquitoes out of a specific area. Times, Sunday Times
  • Of course the 'nester' or 'punkin roller,' as we contemptuously called the small farmer, began sifting in here and there in spite of our guns, but he was only a mosquito bite in comparison with the trouble which our cow-punchers stirred up. Cavanaugh: Forest Ranger A Romance of the Mountain West
  • According to Lawrence Will, ‘floods and freezes, wild hogs and coons, muck fires, gnats and mosquitoes, slow transportation and greedy New York buyers, all these discouraged many.’
  • Besides, he caused a general visitation to be made of all the land from Quito to Chile, registering the whole population for more than a thousand leagues; and imposed a tribute [_so heavy that no one could be owner of a_ mazorca _of maize, which is their bread for food, nor of a pair of_ usutas, _which are their shoes, nor marry, nor do a single thing without special licence from Tupac Inca. History of the Incas
  • Several years ago, when we removed taxes and tariffs on all antimalaria commodities, the cost of mosquito nets sold in local markets declined, local demand for nets increased, and more small businesses entered the market to produce and supply these essential commodities. Free Trade and the Fight Against Malaria
  • I let just one mosquito bite me and watched while it drew blood from my arm. The Sun
  • But a tiny new system designed to monitor astronauts' health promises to take less of your blood than a mosquito bite. Times, Sunday Times
  • The female mosquitoes become the bloodsuckers, and they use their long proboscis to bite other animals and feed on their blood.
  • But anyway, one was concerning antimosquito work and so on. Oral History Interview with Mabel Pollitzer, September 19, 1973. Interview G-0047-1. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)
  • Intense deforestation is constrained to the few roads that do exist or around urban centers such as Iquitos, Puerto Maldonado, and Rio Branco. Southwest Amazon moist forests
  • The "Carnal!!!" stencil is ubiquitous in Mexico City's Coyoacan district. The "Carnal!!!" stencil is ubiquitous in Mexico City's Coyoacan district. © Anthony Wright, 2009
  • One evening we labored, stung by nettles and mosquitoes, to set up Sewell's camera blind on Otter Pond in the great marsh.
  • At home it is ubiquitous but not legally a single entity. Times, Sunday Times
  • A bowl accompanied by a plate of three perogies, a scoop of mashed potatoes and a gob of the ubiquitous sour cream makes a filling, comforting and extremely thrifty supper.
  • Hundreds of fossils are locked in glass cases, specimens from all over southern Africa: shells and worms and nautiluses and seed ferns and trilobites, and minerals, too; yellow-green crystals and gleaming clusters of quartz; mosquitoes in drops of amber; scheelite, wulfenite. Memory Wall
  • It condemned in extremely strong language what it called Britain's iniquitous campaign.
  • She cancelled a show in August due to illness then complained of a mosquito allergy. The Sun
  • There it proceeds to cut off the mosquito’s apyrase supply, so that when the insect drives its proboscis into a new host, it has a harder time keeping the blood flowing. Parasite Rex
  • Only butterflies, grasshoppers, mosquitoes and flies are netted there.
  • To stay bite-free, said Brandi Moritz with the Platte County Health Department, residents can treat standing water with mosquito larvicide briquettes, put on repellant, wear long sleeves and avoid being outdoors from dusk to dawn when the mosquitoes bite most. KansasCity.com: Front Page
  • Violins and clarinets were used in instrumental combinations in all areas, with the bagpipe (ubiquitous since the Middle Ages) prevalent in Bohemia, and the double bass and dulcimer in Moravia.
  • For antimosquito repellents take antimalarials, not Larium as can cause psychotic episodes in some people TravelPod.com Recent Updates
  • Replied Obayd, No! But whenever I have by me a guest like thee, he complaineth in the morning of the mosquito bites, and this happeneth only when he is like thee beardless. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • For example, microcrystalline pyrite is ubiquitous on the inner surface of cell walls, within lignified cell walls and in the middle lamella.
  • The compound, called ivermectin, shortens mosquitoes' life spans and makes them less likely to transmit the malaria parasite.
  • Also carried were a small life raft and small tent plus some fishing tackle, and a bottle of chemicals to ward off mosquitoes.
  • There were about a dozen blue-cheeked bee-eaters, a common babbler and the ubiquitous white-cheeked bulbuls.
  • He also used to take me into the insect house, where he kept mosquitoes infected with tropical diseases.
  • The thing is, when you realise that a mosquito is biting you, there's little you can do.
  • We have screened our window to keep out mosquitoes.
  • Mosquitoes are the vector transmitting the deadly parasite plasmodium, which causes the disease.
  • Introduction Chen Jiang, these bridal chamber exceed bid the heaviest can amount to ten times, "Mosquito is slow-witted inside long can be fumed dead " .
  • The rubbish esthetic was so ubiquitous in messy piles of wallboard and carpet that it began to seem a too-facile solution.
  • Ubiquitous computing leads to the fusing of the digital and the physical.
  • They share their environment with the mosquitoes who act as vectors for malaria.
  • A female ready to deposit her eggs seeks out a bloodsucking insect, generally a fly or mosquito.
  • The main courses are dominated by marine and freshwater fish, including the ubiquitous pike; or else game - rabbit, pheasant and duck.
  • A Gentleman refers to Cordelia in eremite terms: she "redeems inlet from a ubiquitous curse" of sinfulness so dramatically demonstrated in Lear's elder daughters. Philadelphia Reflections: Shakspere Society of Philadelphia
  • Nothing could have seemed less useful than the study of mosquitoes, the differentiation of the different species, their mode of life, etc., and yet without this knowledge discoveries so beneficial and of such far-reaching importance to the whole human race as that of the cause and mode of transmission of malaria and yellow fever would have been impossible; for it could easily have been shown that the ordinary _culex_ mosquito played no rôle. Disease and Its Causes
  • He swatted the mosquito with a newspaper.
  • The only barrier was a mosquito net, enveloping the entire bed.
  • The citronella, or mosquito plant, is a scented geranium related to the common garden geranium.
  • First thing you are going to need are mosquito coils or citronella candles to keep away the winged blood-suckers.
  • The FDA and the Environmental Protection Agency say they are taking a fresh look at triclosan, which is so ubiquitous that it is found in the urine of 75 percent of the population, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local
  • Yep, that’s right – this lil dood is supposed to eat mosquito larvae, which ideally in the long run will cut down on the amount of mosquitoes hanging round our yard. Archive 2009-05-01
  • The bug spread by mosquitoes needs a key protein to survive in the blood when victims are bitten, it has been found. The Sun
  • Family Therapy around the World: A Festschrift for Florence W. Kaslow is a wonderful tribute to and legacy of an amazing, seemingly ubiquitous woman.
  • This year you too could buy someone in a low income country a mosquito net or a nanny goat.
  • A virus spread by mosquitoes. Times, Sunday Times
  • Singh also observed that with the exception of Colarado tick fever and Ganjam viruses, those arboviruses that are naturally transmitted by mosquitoes or infect mosquitoes experimentally, multiplied in one or both of his cell lines.
  • We have screened our window to keep out mosquitoes.
  • I feel for him because the sad thing is that, where a few years ago we were falling over great folk music, now it must be sought out, bad cess to the ubiquitous keyboard that hides a full orchestra in a few well-chosen buttons.
  • We took a short break and snacked on that most ubiquitous of bushwalker delicacies, the dried fruit and nuts mix called scroggin.
  • The frog darted out its tongue to catch a mosquito.
  • The wheals can itch, and they look like mosquito bites.
  • Great Regulars: For all his Hindu allusions, he Derek Mahon displays a resistance to the transcendental: eschewing good Karma, he sprays "Deet" at a mosquito, despite being reincarnated as "a mozzie myself once". Archive 2009-09-01
  • Yesterday 32 inspectors were patrolling the district looking for mosquito breeding spots. Times, Sunday Times
  • Another problem that troubled Zhu was pests, such as mosquitoes, flies and rats.
  • Grieve suggests that brave good-faith have-a-go heroes will not face arrest, and then in disconcerting non sequitor that once arrested, investigated and passed to the CPS good intentions will be a factor in deciding what next. Con-Watch: Have-a-Go-Hero Dominic Grieve
  • However, it is now an endangered species found naturally in only a few locations in the United States, primarily because of water developments and the introduction of non-native mosquito fish.
  • The breeding of mosquitoes, houseflies and other insects create a stench in the area.
  • We have a mosquito species here that's almost as big as a housefly.
  • OPEC's gathering in Quito two days ago was the seventh meeting with no change in output quotas.
  • The Romans became practised at draining marshes to rid areas of malaria-carrying mosquitoes.
  • These compete with the resistant parasites for red cells and increase the possibility of outbreeding of multigenic-resistance mechanisms or competition in the feeding anopheline mosquito. Behe Responds
  • At a time when diseases spread by mosquitoes such as dengue fever and filariasis are on the increase, the experts' warning is alarming.
  • Another friend of mine swears by rubbing dryer sheets on his exposed skin to repel mosquito's. Repel Biting Bugs With Your iPhone
  • With only one room at our disposal it would seem to the uninitiated that the accommodation of the homestead must have been strained to bursting point; but "out-bush" every man carries a "bluey" and a mosquito net in his swag, and as the hosts slept under the verandah, and the guests on the garden paths, or in their camps among the forest trees, spare rooms would only have been superfluous. We of the Never-Never
  • Well, anecdotal experiences from my own life have shown me that some people are in fact "tastier" to mosquitos than others. How the mosquitos of Smyrna were fond of tender dilettante skin back in 1764
  • Precautions include the use of insect repellants, insecticide room sprays, mosquito netting, and screened windows.
  • Add mosquito fish (often free at nurseries) to keep mosquitoes at bay.
  • Often bitten as they sleep, the uncovered youngsters are defenceless against the mosquitoes that carry it. The Sun
  • This was Juan's first major trip, but we still made good progress despite the clouds of mosquitoes and raucous birds that plagued us for the first 500m.
  • His bed and mosquito net are at one end of the scorching metal box, a desk, medicine cupboard and diagnostic equipment at the other. Times, Sunday Times
  • The ubiquitous pyramid is poorly used, cramping the main action in an unlit area upstage.
  • To be useful, pesticides and repellents must work against not only mosquitoes but also other disease-transmitting arthropods.
  • Water management that prevents mosquito breeding is essential for effective control.
  • On the grounds of Disneyland itself, the food is the instantly gratifying kind - loaded with fat, like hot dogs, potato chips and deep-fried chimichangas, or sugar, like the ubiquitous soda pop and ice cream treats.
  • We are all pretty well, but all but devoured by multitudinous and multivarious beasts of prey -- birds, I suppose they are: mosquitoes, ants, and flies, by day; and flies, fleas, and worse, by night. Records of a Girlhood
  • Homes fitted with mosquito screens can also help keep the insect at bay.
  • The ubiquitous face as well as the proscenium are the lingering elements that integrate with still life, largely reinventing this concept with different perception.
  • The institute breeds aedes, anopheles and culex mosquitoes used in research toward development of repellents, drugs and vaccines to protect service members from such diseases as dengue fever, malaria and encephalitis.
  • Except Gideon saw no animals, no monkeys or snakes, nothing but mosquitoes and moths nearly as big as his hand, which thudded around in the trees above him. Gideon’s war
  • In this age of ubiquitous high street chains, city artisans are where our interest is always directed. Times, Sunday Times
  • Without an acceptable role in normal contexts, it has become ubiquitous on stage and screen. The Times Literary Supplement
  • The present "iniquitous" situation could not continue. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • It is not just artistic ephemera which suffer from metal fatigue in the heat of ubiquitous exposure.
  • Mosquitoes began to gather, and Gary and I rolled our sleeves down to protect our arms.
  • The hormone is mixed with yeast - which mosquitoes love - to make granules easily added to the pools where midges breed.
  • Soon after this, in 1879, the first conclusive proof of the direct transmission of a disease from man-to-man was presented by the father of tropical medicine, Sir Patrick Manson, with regard to filaria, a blood infection that often causes the repulsive condition known as elephantiasis and which the mosquito takes from man and after a short time gives over to another subject. Popular Science Monthly Oct, Nov, Dec, 1915 — Volume 86
  • Beyond the sound of their chit-chat you sense the sonorous vibe of the African bush - from the hum of mosquito through the drum of cicada to the snorts of the hippos - closing in.
  • They itch just like mosquito bites but without the big slow mosquito to squish.
  • Flying on the wings of an ubiquitous electric slide guitar, a distinctive if quavering voice, and her acerbically accurate songwriting, the Ottawa songwriter has crafted what sounds suspiciously like a Canadian roots rock classic.
  • The yellow fever patients upon whom the mosquitoes were contaminated were, almost in every instance, well-marked cases of the albuminuric or melanoalbuminuric forms, in the second, third, fourth, fifth, or sixth day of the disease. The Making of Arguments
  • Peaceful summer evenings can be spoilt by mosquitoes.
  • Dueck says the grounds will be fogged for mosquitoes.
  • This difference between mosquito (little fly, simulium) and zancudo (gnat, culex) exists in all the Spanish colonies. Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America
  • Elsewhere, we see artist Jude Buffum reflect on the financial crisis also through Mario's lens (and made an open plea for more financial system gaming), saw how Shigeru Miyamoto lifted ancient Japanese legend when creating Super Mario, and wolf-whistled at PopCap's Plants Vs. Zombies doing an absolutely phenomenal job of parodying the ubiquitous bosomy banner ads for free-to-play game Evony (above). Boing Boing
  • Male mosquitofish do not court and copulations result exclusively from males forcibly inseminating females.
  • Mosquitoes are night creatures, too, so insect repellent is a must (on you but never your bait). Dark Waters, Moonless Nights
  • This strain of mosquito carries malaria and yellow fever.
  • US combat troops are withdrawing from Iraq and Obama is the first president to reform America's iniquitous health-care system.
  • (No mosquito bites for him)] _The yellow fever mosquito_ is domestic like the house cat. Manual of Military Training Second, Revised Edition
  • New Orleans, by the way, having executed a triumphant massacre of the yellow fever mosquito (stegomyia) is now undertaking to rid itself of all the other varieties. McClure's Magazine, Vol. XXXI, No. 3, July 1908.
  • Drugs were ubiquitous - coke, pot, poppers, and, when all else failed, alcohol.
  • So mistakenly they went and bought me armfuls of tropical kit: solar topees, boots to keep mosquitoes out at night, riding britches, God knows what.
  • Anopheles mosquitoes type of mosquitoes that may transmit malaria and rural filariasis arbovirus an arthropod-borne virus, i.e. a virus that is transmitted by insects, ticks or mites bilharziasis see: schistosomiasis cost-effectiveness analysis Chapter 4
  • Mosquitoes whined for blood, the long grass and swamp land around producing a fine pedigree for aggression and prophylactic resistance. A DARKENING STAIN
  • Insect repellants should be used in the early morning and late afternoon when Aedes mosquitoes are most active.
  • It is an iniquitous system that allows a person to die because they have no money to pay for medicine.
  • Slide J. 13 Laboratory studies: effect of Azolla coverage on anopheline mosquitoes Chapter 13
  • On a July morning in the llanos, or savannas, of Venezuela, the air is muggy and thick with mosquitoes.
  • Could body modifications such as these soon become as ubiquitous as smartphones? Times, Sunday Times
  • The clearest examples are certain mosquito species in which the mouthparts of males are adapted for drinking nectar and those of females for imbibing blood.
  • The mosquitoes and the tsetze flies have been, only recently, proved to be the causes, the carriers, of diseases -- malaria, yellow fever, and sleeping sickness -- which annually have killed hundreds of thousands of men, colonists as well as natives. More Science From an Easy Chair
  • The ubiquitous Louis Vuitton boutiques have been joined by Loewe and Balmain. China's taste for high-end fashion and luxury brands reaches new heights
  • Mosquitoes are extremely abundant in this dark wet place.
  • After a short hike around 18th-century limestone ruins on rocky Crab Cay, we camped on the sand of an unnamed barrier island, uninhabited but for a ravenous air force of mosquitoes and no-see-ums.
  • The openness of the personal computer has been a wonderful thing, but it has come at the very high price of products that are horribly complex and that remain intimidating even while they have become ubiquitous. Mandarins Missing the Point: Zittrain, the iPad, and the Death of Computing « Steve Wildstrom on Tech
  • I suggest people avoid wearing black leggings - or any dark colored clothing - so as not to attract mosquitoes," Pansiri said, calling the leggings a "Korean fashion phenomenon. Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph
  • The mosquitoes of Loreto have a deserved reputation for driving away such visitors as do not care to leave much of their blood with the redoubtable diptera. Eight Hundred Leagues on the Amazon
  • Sukree Sukplang/Reuters A worker fumigated inside a building as the threat of disease from mosquitoes rose following the flooding. Temple Cleanup Is a Big Task
  • Furthermore, the ubiquitous plesiomorphic fish alimentary tract with an acidic stomach and relatively short intestine is adequate for the digestion of algae.
  • The virus is spread by biting insects such as fleas, mosquitoes and horseflies. Times, Sunday Times
  • Debt is now so ubiquitous that it breeds a certain complacency. Times, Sunday Times
  • Their choices include nations that have swarms of malaria-infested mosquitoes, bad TV, deadly climates, decapitation issues, French people, bland food and other signs of inhospitableness. Driving the Rich Into the Sea
  • The camp is the Stewart Granger Memorial Collection of 1940s safari tents, with no running water or electricity but with four-poster beds and mosquito nets and cambric sheets and bucket showers and paraffin lamps and butlers.
  • The plasmodia cells live in the stomach of the female Anopheles mosquito.
  • For the last few days, the weather had been tolerably cool, and we had not been much troubled with musquitoes; instead, however, we were persecuted severely by a very large greyish kind of horsefly, with a huge proboscis for sucking up the blood. Journals of expeditions of discovery into Central Australia, and overland from Adelaide to King George's Sound, in the years 1840-1
  • Most of these are ubiquitous but some, like artichokes and asparagus, are also highly commercialized, especially in conserve.
  • Rural outbreaks were found to be heavily dependent upon the densities of these sylvatic mosquitos, which increase during periods of heavy rainfall. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • It is always the story of those upholding higher human virtues locked in battle against the wicked and the iniquitous.
  • Despite honourable exceptions, the ubiquitous dramatised biography has probably been the most accident-prone arts genre. Times, Sunday Times
  • The frog darted out its tongue to catch a mosquito.
  • Mosquito and ant bites can be relieved by the application of a moist bicarbonate of soda paste.
  • It took 34 years for Stephen Schwartz's once-ubiquitous rock musical, in which the gospel according to St. Matthew is enacted as a circuslike vaudeville turn, to make it back to Broadway, and by all rights the results should have been dated beyond hope of resuscitation. That Wild and Crazy Messiah
  • And in the case of the few readily recognizable products, the ubiquitous tags serve only to defamiliarize. THE SAVAGE GIRL
  • External exams and assessments are now ubiquitous. Times, Sunday Times
  • It also prefers large cities over rural or marshy areas—thus earning the nickname among entomologists as "the urban mosquito. Attack of the Urban Mosquitoes
  • The ceilings of both rooms were to be calico, and a dozen or so of seams were to be oversewn for that, the strips of matting were to be joined together and bound into squares, and after that a herculean task undertaken: the making of a huge mosquito-netted dining-room, large enough to enclose the table and chairs, so as to ensure our meals in comfort -- for the flies, like the poor, were to be with us always. We of the Never-Never
  • Then again, it's probably the most pragmatic approach to adolescence in an age of ubiquitous photography. Times, Sunday Times
  • He had sliced open a mosquito bite while shaving, then rapidly succumbed to blood poisoning and pneumonia. Times, Sunday Times
  • Even before the automobile became ubiquitous, competition arose from other modes of transportation like the jitney, an automobile that carried passengers for a nickel along routes that ran parallel to the trolley line. Matthew Yglesias » The American Urban Paradox
  • The print is unrestored, and does show occasional grain (especially in those ubiquitous dissolve cuts) and damage, but nothing exceedingly distracting.
  • The other night, trying to read an improving book in the bath, the room began filling with mosquitoes, midges and a small brown winged bug I didn't hang about to identify.
  • The giveaways are the concrete beams and the ubiquitous air conditioning. Times, Sunday Times
  • Some farmers cleared papyrus from the lower wetlands to cultivate rice, not realising that by releasing an oil on the water's surface, the papyrus had acted as a barrier against certain mosquitoes.
  • Boundaries are ubiquitous, and I am convinced the ability to detect boundaries/edges at ever higher levels of abstraction is the key to real fluid intelligence and concept formation. Wolfram Blog : The R&D Pipeline for Mathematica
  • One evening we labored, stung by nettles and mosquitoes, to set up Sewell's camera blind on Otter Pond in the great marsh.
  • Scientists have now identified two kairomones produced by a common mosquito predator, which effectively repel mosquitoes.
  • Elisabeth found herself with a straggle of colonists in a mosquito-ridden, uncleared jungle where sandflies bored into the skin of the feet and the clay soil was so intractable that nothing would grow.
  • Unlike most other fish species, male mosquito fish possess a penis-like organ, fertilising the eggs inside the female body.
  • Note 1: gallinipper, any of various insects such as a large mosquito or crane fly, mainly used in the south and midland. Blind Lemon Jefferson Lyrics
  • Second, white all fish populations take a hit in their rapidly shrinking world during a drought, the smaller, omnivorous species may bounce back explosively afterward; the mosquito fish, for example, can breed every three months.
  • The mosquito-borne illness is spreading and the cases could explode in the judgment of those health officials.
  • In a more fluid state the sphere would show the disc as equitor movement (cloud, s or other atmospherical phenomenon.) on the level of DNA this is the switching mechanism or in the case of earth the movement of the pentagram causes friction and movement of plates to cause earthquake, s etc. the atomic uni-verse
  • Zoe screeched and pinwheeled her arms as if trying to drive away a horde of mosquitoes, knocking his own arm down.
  • The skin on the side of his face burned suddenly and the brunette slapped a hand to his cheek, expecting it to come into contact with a mosquito or a gnat.
  • It is also occurring more in adults than in children," the health ministry's top official Ismail Merican told the paper, saying the public also had to chip in to eradicate mosquito breeding grounds as spraying pesticides, known as fogging, would not solve the problem entirely. Channel NewsAsia Front Page News
  • The mosquito netting is broken in every single window and there are discarded surgical gloves on the ground. i just wanted to know.
  • Making use of the whiteboards that were ubiquitous in the hallways and conference rooms in the Googleplex, he scrawled the phrase over and over in his distinct calligraphic style, a sans-serif, Tolkien-esque script. In the Plex
  • The publication of this monograph on the mosquitoes in the seven northeastern States, and particularly of known and potential vectors of human disease, is therefore welcome.
  • And still the creeping evidence of failure seems ubiquitous. Times, Sunday Times
  • If the insects of the genus Simulium abound in the Cassiquiare, which has white waters, the culices or zancudos are so much the more rare; you scarcely find any there; while on the rivers of black waters, in the Atabapo and the Rio, there are generally some zancudos and no mosquitos. Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America
  • Slide J. 14 Laboratory studies: effect of Azolla coverage on culicine mosquitoes Chapter 13
  • The hazards facing them include snakes, poisonous fish and fruit, reef sharks, moray eels, stingrays, fire coral, mosquitoes, bats, fire ants, rats and wild pigs.
  • The stegomyia is a household pest; it does not wander from household to household; it stays close by its home, and it is essentially a domestic mosquito, and you therefore have to deal with it in the houses. The Work of the Rockefeller Foundation. Health as an International Bond
  • Not only does Sacco render brilliantly the crater-pocked streets of Gorazde, the faces of amputees in bombed-out hospitals, the uniforms of the Serb military, but he draws in detail the design on the package of the ubiquitous Drina cigarettes and the hairstyles of the girls he meets who ask him to bring Levi's 501s from Sarajevo. Maus Culture
  • Here, the dollar is ubiquitous as a store of value, a measure of wealth and a pricing mechanism.
  • A sash window had been left slightly ajar for fresh air: the mosquito net rippled in the breeze. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the filial generation, haplosis occurs as a result of nuclear dissociation to produce uninucleate spores infectious to larval mosquitoes.
  • Plasticity in expression of these Phases is a ubiquitous feature of the majority of CAM plants.
  • Clarke monitors whether Culex mosquito populations are on the rise through traps and analyzes and tests standing water to see when and if larvacide should be used. News
  • Twice she had spurred him on in the scallop shack behind Joe 's house, the mosquitoes feasting merrily on his back. AMAGANSETT
  • I was involved in an attempt to control mosquitoes by genetic techniques some 12 years ago.
  • Resemble at present: With planning fierce Bi of dim glow of the setting sun rips Yan? shoe and trousers wet, cannot go out temporarily, can get into mosquito-curtain to listen to rain only.
  • There was no need for physicians to bleed residents of this part of Ohio because the mosquitoes did the job.
  • The wheals can itch, and they look like mosquito bites.
  • The traditional trefoil window arch expressed in timber is ubiquitous, along with corbelled timber dentils used as a supporting cornice.
  • A number of German words have become current in general South Australian English (mettwurst, leberwurst or liverwurst, and the ubiquitous fritz, for example, all describing types of sausage), but spelling, especially in words containing - ie -, is often so uncertain that a correspondent in the local newspaper felt obliged to point out that a Wiener Schnitzel has nothing to do with wine and a Liedertafel need not be sorrowful. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol VII No 4
  • In the tropics and subtropics, they play an important role in the control of malaria mosquitoes and other insects. Modern Science in the Bible
  • When a mosquito bites a dog or a cat that is infected with heartworms, it can ingest heartworm larvae with its blood meal.
  • As the researchers walked around barelegged, often climbing mountains into cooler, beclouded rain forests beloved of leeches, they were mercilessly stung by mosquitoes.
  • You have probably understood that mosquitoes are my Achilles' heel.
  • During a single feeding bout, lasting 4 to 5 min, a female anopheline mosquito can increase mass by more than 200%.
  • The Toxo mosquito, when in a larvae state, has the nature to feed on the comparatively smaller sized anopheles and culex larvae.
  • Mosquito responses were favorable in the olfactometer, but the human hand still attracted the most.
  • She is one of the wealthiest, most ubiquitous media personalities around.
  • Posters on walls and bulletin boards were by 1965 becoming ubiquitous on campus and off.
  • Not only does it repel mosquitoes, but it repels ticks, chiggers, fleas, and flies, too.
  • We slept well in the cool and dewless air, with little trouble from mosquitoes. Two Trips to Gorilla Land and the Cataracts of the Congo
  • Mosquito bites line the insides of my legs only stopping at the brief cloth on my lower body that some would call shorts.
  • ADEN, 14 July 2010 (IRIN) - Outbreaks of mosquito-borne dengue fever in the southern and eastern governorates of Hadhramaut, Taiz, Aden and Abyan have left dozens dead in the past few months, and are claiming an increasing number of lives, according to officials. al-Sahwa. net, affiliated with the opposition Islah Party, quoted IRIN
  • The ubiquitous gagster from Motherwell is about to invade terrestrial television with a football programme later this month, enlarging an already generous media profile.

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