[ UK /ɹˈaɪətɐ/ ]
- a long noosed rope used to catch animals
How To Use riata In A Sentence
- La terapia antibiotica empirica deve essere appropriata, altrimenti la mortalità aumenta. Recently Uploaded Slideshows
- (_Dendroeca striata_), whose _zee, zee, zee_ is almost ridiculously faint. Birds in the Bush
- We also tried some charred lamb skewers with great, spicy, cucumber riata. November « 2005 « I HEART BACON
- Two wren babblers species, Napothera crassa and Kenopia striata (the Striped Wren Babbler) are endemic to the island of Borneo.
- Under Lindley's first class, common or Scotch kale or borecole (_Brassica oleracea_ var. _acephala_ or var. _fimbriata_) includes several varieties which are amongst the hardiest of our esculents, and seldom fail to yield a good supply of winter greens. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 4 "Bulgaria" to "Calgary"
- An alternative interpretation is that C. striata preserves the episodically elongating organic sheath of a budding scyphozoan.
- The interior portion of the convolution is the more intellectual portion of the organ, while the exterior portion is that which holds the closest relation to the fibres of the _corpora striata_ in the middle lobe, and may therefore most properly be called the organ of language or of speech, the impairment of which produces aphasia, or loss of speech. Buchanan's Journal of Man, February 1887 Volume 1, Number 1
- The [D.sub.2] blockade in the nigrostriatal pathway causes extrapyramidal symptoms, which include drug-induced parkinsonism, akathisia, acute dystonia, and tardive dyskinesia.
- A. Hyacinth bletilla (B. striata) is a hardy terrestrial orchid that grows quite well in the D.C. region. Amid the heat wave, gardeners still have questions
- The _Comitia Centuriata_ elected the magistrates and made laws, and formed the highest court of appeal, but all its decisions had to be sanctioned by the curiae, although in course of time the curia was a formality. The Old Roman World, : the Grandeur and Failure of Its Civilization.