How To Use Sap In A Sentence

  • He watched them disappear from his view, his father still waddling along with that bloody basket.
  • A study by Conservation International, an American organisation, found that nearly a third of frogs, toads, newts and other amphibian species were likely to disappear within 100 years.
  • Woody stemmed plants, like Buddleia and plants that ooze sap, like Asclepias, should be cut and placed in hot water.
  • Strange flashes of varicoloured, rainbow light began to appear and disappear on the path before me.
  • Now that Gonzalez has rejected the Yankees, perhaps he can concentrate on turning a disappointing season into another banner year.
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  • We must all suffer one of two things: the pain of discipline or the pain of regret or disappointment. Jim Rohn 
  • At every turn I met with disappointment.
  • The digital flux that frames our experience of physical and socio-political realities functions through continuous additions, subtractions, and disappearances.
  • So many useful shops disappear, to be replaced by a retail outlet that is not welcomed by many of us.
  • Whether these positive initiatives will be enough to overcome disappointment on the limited over-all budget reduction will depend on the extent to which the investor is willing to look beyond near-term sluggishness in North American growth. Budget '85 Special Meeting of The Empire Club of Canada
  • The servants disappeared as if they were whiffs of smoke blown away by the wind.
  • They probably can't bleep a specific word on the fly so the sound would just disappear for a period.
  • I was too much at risk from the smoulder of his irritability, sudden blazes of rage, to see his deep disappointment with life.
  • A year later, in ‘L' Allegro ’, the delphic element had disappeared, and Milton's cheerful man heard ‘Sweetest Shakespeare, fancy's child Warble his native woodnotes wild’.
  • He came 20th, causing him great disappointment as his objective was no less than outright victory.
  • I was haunted by the beauty of the landscape all about, of the natural ferneries then disappearing, and of the domed forest-trees on the slopes, and was fortunate in meeting a gentleman intent on preserving in art the beauties of his country. Sailing Alone Around the World
  • She took a deep breath and fiddled with the sapphire necklace hanging down below her collar bone.
  • Cascades of earls, rubies, sapphires, diamonds and tortoiseshell hatpins, 76 items in all, poured out.
  • We need not worry about the disappearance of this space because its elasticity prevents true rupture or breakage.
  • This in turn has triggered the disappearance of a system of symbols that once enabled immediate identification of a woman's status.
  • CJ is certainly more watchable than any of the prequels, but it's a terrible disappointment. The goofiest scene in all the Star Wars movies
  • He left with few regrets, happy that his game on clay had never been better, although disappointed that, yet again, his best was not good enough to beat a slightly underdone Nadal. Rafael Nadal boxed clever to beat Roger Federer in French Open | Kevin Mitchell
  • ‘If lying is wrong, then he will lie,’ has an antecedent whose embedded content is the same as a statement predicating the property on which the speakers moral disapproval supervenes.
  • In the postwar period they gradually merged with the Conservatives until they disappeared altogether. Times, Sunday Times
  • While deposits continue to disappoint, more such episodes are as inevitable as the ebb and flow of the tide. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sapphire, who taught teenagers in Harlem from the early '80s to the early' 90s, formed this book upon what she saw around her. Archive 2009-11-01
  • And so it is quite disappointing that this volume was very poorly edited.
  • The chorus of disapproval is as diverse as the new law is excluding. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sap vacuoles must be distinguished from spores, on the one hand, and the vacuolated appearance due to plasmolysis, on the other. The Elements of Bacteriological Technique A Laboratory Guide for Medical, Dental, and Technical Students. Second Edition Rewritten and Enlarged.
  • Those with a hearty appetite for the whiz of bullets, the bang of artillery, dying declarations, famous last words, and eyewitness accounts of the face of battle will not be disappointed.
  • ( "NNE"), a portfolio company of Metalmark Capital focused on natural gas opportunities in the Marcellus Shale ( "Marcellus"), announced today that B.J. Carney, formerly Geoscience Coordinator, Marcellus Shale at Chesapeake Energy (NYSE: CHK), has been named Vice President of Geoscience for NNE. The Earth Times Online Newspaper
  • The primavera's sap rises and falls, not with the seasons, but with the phases of moon.
  • The news orgs, by contrast, are doing this out of laziness and a hopeless addiction to portraying lefties as a kind of perennially-disappointed lost tribe who will never, ever find their way out of the wilderness. News Orgs: The Left Is Upset With Obama -- Even Though It Isn't
  • By 1781, British General Lord Charles Cornwallis was ordered to march into Virginia to await resupply near Chesapeake Bay.
  • Wanderers want to forget the Villa disappointment and go into the Fulham game in good heart.
  • Then it added, `Wait a mo ",' and disappeared back into its room. A DEATH IN TIME
  • The first is dysphemism, the deliberate use of an offensive word to indicate disapproval. Times, Sunday Times
  • I was disappointed to see very few (if any) contributions to the patients' issue from doctors who currently face patients in an emergency, at unsocial hours, in dismal surroundings.
  • Certainly, this apathetic behaviour can be explained in part by disappointment with a government that many feel has not lived up to its rousing promises of four years ago.
  • Whether it is a native cat, previously thought extinct, or an escaped exotic pet, the Beast of Bodmin is a creature that refuses to disappear.
  • The sound of clattering pots disappeared. Times, Sunday Times
  • The disappointing profits are due to unfavourable currency translations.
  • However, it is hardly an unsolvable mystery: remember that there were plants with sap, leaves, seeds, spores and pollen in the Paleozoic, long before flowering plants appeared.
  • There are no reserved seats, so it is a case of first come first served and everyone is advised to come early to avoid disappointment.
  • When organic matters (resins, waxes, oils) are decomposed by inorganic solutions, one speaks of "saponification". 4. Selection of Chemicals
  • Inside every cynical person, there is a disappointed idealist. George Carlin 
  • The cordless version uses the VersaPak rechargeable battery system.
  • Experts fear that if further development closes off these migration paths, it will interfere with the pronghorn's life cycle, eventually causing the species to disappear.
  • A whirling flash of sapphire suddenly rotated --- in a delirious foxtrot --- with Doc's own dizzy nimbus of gilded amber. BEHINDLINGS
  • Pine needles and resin, wood and sap - irresistible. Times, Sunday Times
  • Slide 41: Calcium Channel Blockers:. •Pueden ser usados con seguridad en pacientes con CKD. •Causan vasodilatación de la arteriola aferente produciendo un incremento agudo en la GFR, un efecto que desaparece con el uso crónico. Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • Every evergreen bough groaned with half a foot of snow; the streets and sidewalks had disappeared.
  • The 'disappearing ink' is not ink at all, but a temporary discolouration of light-sensitive molecules known as photochromes. Times, Sunday Times
  • Brown pelicans dive into glistening sapphire waves to grab tiny silvery fish that jump from the water then fall back with a soft plop.
  • It introduces, maintains, characterizes, and evaluates germplasm collections of banana, plantain, sapodilla, mamey sapote, cacao, Garcinia, Annona, and bamboo.
  • This is a highly recommended collection from a highly regarded intellect and one that will not disappoint.
  • Eugenics and ‘social Darwinism’ are perversions of evolution based upon logical fallacy and misapplication.
  • Stir in the tomato purée and cook for 5-10 minutes or until the raw tomato smell disappears. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was 20 minutes into the game when any prospect of good-natured banter disappeared.
  • Indeed, when you factor out variables like having children, the wage gap virtually disappears.
  • But then came the mysterious disappearance. Times, Sunday Times
  • Then as now, a majority of the electorate disapproved of the incumbent's performance.
  • I had just published my autobiography, which met with universal disapproval. Times, Sunday Times
  • When the pace got too hot for him, he disappeared.
  • The blini of ground beef wrapped in a thin crêpe disappeared before I could get a taste of it, so I guess that means it must have been good, right?
  • Before long, mob bosses were wondering whether he should disappear on a permanent basis. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is disappointing there has been no joined-up thinking.
  • His Honour did not misapprehend the facts, he did not misapply legal principle, he did not miscalculate the damages, nor did he err in the exercise of his discretion.
  • Through it all there is a strand of political activism that waxes and wanes, but never disappears.
  • On appeal to the CAFC, the court stated that the applicants "misapprehended" the BPAI's decision, noting that none of the rejected claims contained the limitations which prompted the reversal. Archive 2008-04-01
  • For disappearing acts, it's hard to beat what happens to the eight hours supposedly left after eight of sleep and eight of work. Doug Larson 
  • She walks directly towards the hand held camera that pans left to follow her as she disappears behind a column.
  • She would have liked to be of service to the weeds vegetating beside the paths, to slay herself there so that from her flesh some huge greenery might spring, lofty and sapful, laden with birds at May-time, and passionately caressed by the sun. La faute de l'Abbe Mouret
  • A ship disappeared below the horizon.
  • Long after the kingdoms of southern Arabia disappeared, the fabled riches of the region live on in the popular imagination.
  • The moths swarm together for a moment, then disappear like candle flames going out.
  • "I would have expected more of a fight from Adakran's boy, " the man sighed with disappointment.
  • Naturally, I was appalled to discover that Knog's entire product line is simply a cheap ruse to smuggle sapphist erotica into America. Conspiracy By Mail: The Hidden Dangers of Online Bicycle Retail
  • We were helping the umpires by two of the batsmen walking off (without being given out) which was disappointing as well. Times, Sunday Times
  • Looking after her dying mother had sapped all her energy.
  • He was addicted to a stronger strain of skunk cannabis but demand for it won't disappear if marijuana is legalised. Times, Sunday Times
  • Caring about the consequences of events of which you disapproved does not imply support for those events.
  • He did not seem overcome with pleasure at the idea of Philippa's visit, and she felt a little disappointed, but she had been interested in his talk; and as she went back to the house with Miss Mervyn, her mind was so full of it, that she felt obliged to tell her all about Tuvvy and Dennis, and her own plans for Becky's benefit. Black, White and Gray A Story of Three Homes
  • Each must constantly be presented anew, only to disappear again.
  • Many of the sites launched at the peak of the Internet boom have now disappeared.
  • Dundee began to disappear behind a white veil while Chick drank his way steadily down the half-bottle.
  • Moroni queried, scowling with disappointment, feeling his excitement recede. FINAL RESORT
  • It was the passionate, slightly muddled rancour of a disappointed man.
  • And in this scrutiny and disapproval my issues with class and otherness have resurfaced, again in relation to an academic environment.
  • He had a troubled childhood, being frequently beaten by his father and uncles who disapproved of his artistic interests.
  • It looked like it was going to be grotty, but as I was on the tube the clouds all seemed to disappear and by the time I came back above ground at Tottenham Court Road station the sky was a beautiful clear blue and the sun was shining brightly.
  • If you're expecting Dad to let you borrow his car, you're going to be sorely disappointed.
  • Some men maintained protective intergenerational boundaries by distancing themselves from disapproving parents.
  • Human nature being what it is, books will gradually disappear and get chucked in the bin.
  • He disappeared without explanation, to much puzzlement. Times, Sunday Times
  • But I’ll still be happy to see Sarah Palin disappear from the cultural scene when it’s all over and done. Tina Fey Back as Sarah Palin for SNL Vice Presidential Debate Sketch? You Betcha!
  • Many Roman traditions and institutions also disappeared or simply became redundant in the process, not least the arenas and amphitheatres for the circuses and games once supported by the state and municipal authorities.
  • The term humanoid describes a general conformation to the traits of humanity, but implies an expansion of criteria to possibly include other species than homo sapiens sapiens. AMERICAN DIGEST
  • Last season Marsh pulled off a string of penalty saves and he did not disappoint this time, brilliantly palming away Nick Fisher's spot kick.
  • The end of the road had come for the SAP, which rumbled and shook violently, punctured wing panels beginning to peel away in the slipstream.
  • I went to his talk with great interest, but to my disappointment, nothing very new came forth.
  • On the downside, Barclays fell 3.8% as investors mulled the significance of Goldman's earnings disappointment. U.S. Earnings, ASML Sour Mood in Europe
  • She often used the term pedal or pedalo-French slang for a homosexual-draping it with condescension, pity, and disapproval. Jezebel
  • The mobile lifestyle will disappear but Americans will discover that losing the automobile is a small tragedy compared to losing food. Sound Politics: Scenes from Wallingford
  • Family campaigners said they were disappointed that the public thought cohabiting and marriage were the same. Times, Sunday Times
  • As Myeloski switched on the light, he had caught a glimpse of Louise Taylor before she disappeared under the cover.
  • The following trailer has Tricia Helfer, Emerson from Pushing Daisies and that guy from Fringe who died, got stuck in Olivia's head then really disappeared: May 2009
  • Not that irredentist desires disappeared, only that fewer Frenchmen seemed willing to go to war over the issue in 1914 than in previous years.
  • At this point the path seemed to disappear altogether .
  • The girls 'father, Giuseppe De Vito, disappeared in 2006 after the RCMP issued a warrant for his arrest on drug charges as part of what they called a sweeping crackdown on organized crime. Ottawa Sun
  • In fact, it is easy to run out of superlatives for a gig as good as this and I defy anyone to emerge disappointed by what they have seen and heard - these guys are in danger of setting themselves some impossibly high standards.
  • At his words, the mocking hauteur disappears from her gaze.
  • He did not disappoint us - the spectacular display of fire and colour, reflected in the harbour, was absolutely beyond words.
  • Stuff the bottom of the sap bucket, if necessary, with packing peanuts, moss, a ball of newspaper or other lightweight material.
  • Record £9.5million striker Juan Pablo Angel only arrived after Christmas and has been a massive disappointment.
  • Unlike more advanced plants, fungi lack chlorophyll and so can only grow as saprophytes (from dead plants or animals); or as parasites (on living plants); or in a mycorrhizal relationship (symbiosis between fungi and the roots of trees).
  • It focuses on short-term dislocations and uncontrollable cyclical changes, producing constant disappointment and encouraging inappropriate transactional responses. American Chronicle
  • He found it difficult to hide his disappointment when she didn't arrive.
  • Nor does she disappoint with her capsule review of La Broche, the Michelin two-star in Madrid.
  • In the course of the day, the sand flats will emerge and disappear. Times, Sunday Times
  • Two firemen in new white asbestos suits had spent thirty minutes wearing looks of bleak disappointment. Bomber
  • He grunted and disappeared, Walter following disloyally at his heels. Last Night at Chateau Marmont
  • I'm very disappointed that he let that happen in the football game. Times, Sunday Times
  • In that area the sparks were not traveling on the netlike lines, but leaping randomly into the grayness and disappearing. The Gauntlet Thrown Chapter Thirty Seven
  • Chefs zigzag in formation over the cobbles, disappearing through a warren of doors with bread baskets and trays of millefeuille. Times, Sunday Times
  • We'reall disappointed that Daimler, the main corporate sponsor of the Summer Concert Festival in Washington Park for the past four years, isnot ableto support the performances again for 2009. Grim news from Grimwad (Jack Bog's Blog)
  • As the show drew to a close (after a disappointingly short 60 minutes) I was left wanting slightly more.
  • To say this is, however, in my judgment, to misappreciate what an explanation is. The Journal of Abnormal Psychology
  • With such a short growing season, 200-year-old trees look like saplings.
  • We have planted over 800 native trees along the embankment, creating a wonderful habitat for warblers such as whitethroat, garden warbler and blackcap, as well as linnets, once a common bird that seems to be disappearing.
  • Angeline had been the fulfillment of her dreams, and Gretchen her first disappointment.
  • He is obviously bitterly disappointed. Times, Sunday Times
  • Not only did sanatoriums close, but also therapeutic mainstays like pneumothorax and pneumoperitoneum became obsolete, and surgical procedures such as thoracoplasty and the surgeons who did them disappeared.
  • He also expressed his disappointment at the lack of support from his colleagues in academic circles.
  • Not just the actual sodomites like myself, but the Sapphic Sisterhood, the Hamite Alliance, the League of Heathens and Infidels, Atheists Anonymous, a whole panoply of progressive thinkers, aligned and unaligned, to whom your rant reads as the ethically repugnant ravings of a sociopath, given that it has so little concern for aforesaid "empathy". An Open Letter to John C. Wright
  • A green emergency exit sign was the light to his disappearance and he made his way towards it.
  • When my pudding arrived I was at first disappointed to see that the custard was just a decorative swirl.
  • To their disappointment, the vote of confidence was not given whereupon they resigned from their posts and left the meeting.
  • Strengthening and hand-carved jade bead necklace of shells grossularite, platnium set diamond and Pink Sapphire is very beautiful. VInvesting.com
  • They learn that anginal chest pain may diminish or disappear within 10-14 days in some patients while others may take longer. Kathy Freston: Heart Disease: A Toothless Paper Tiger That Need Never Exist
  • Her new companion took her to the bowling green in the middle, nodded her towards the clubhouse and disappeared. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS
  • Veterans are disappointed if not a little angered by the dither and delay which means the collection is now going 100 miles away.
  • They were conscious that he disapproved.
  • Snow sculpture fans make plans to head for Sapporo and its famous snow festival.
  • As I tucked into this steaming Bunter-sized platter out on the darkening waters, I swear I heard the seals give a loud bark of disapproval.
  • He is accused of involvement in the deaths and disappearance of up to 10,000 people during the war in Kosovo.
  • Grant us a sense of confidence and certitude that challenges all doubt and disappointment.
  • The other has led a child-free life based in the back of the wardrobe, waiting on the substitute's bench in case of death, dissolution or disappearance of the main player.
  • The bird relies on nearby hayfields to find seeds to feed its young and over the past two or three decades many have disappeared.
  • Anything that the dying republicans can do at this point, including thrashing around and digging up newt from the grave, while their Dear Leader’s days in office disappear after every sundown, they will do. House Republicans Continue Vacation Protest - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com
  • The days of one or two defeats had disappeared. Times, Sunday Times
  • We went for the taster menu and were not disappointed, really superb food. Times, Sunday Times
  • Both the speaker and his speech were drowned out by the disapproval of the crowd.
  • Listening to these angry mobs is very disappointing especially from our seniors. Town hall meeting on health care turns ugly
  • Suddenly her rights in the parental home disappeared. The Times Literary Supplement
  • The last two recessions were grossly misapprehended while they were in progress. Stromata Blog:
  • Perhaps to the disappointment of the L.A Galaxy star's legion of female fans, the 36-year-old did not arrive wearing just a pair of briefs - but covered up in a casual combination of stonewash jeans and chunky, cream cardigan. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph
  • It would seem as though the historical monopoly on information previously enjoyed by real estate brokerages is starting to disappear, and the profession will involve less horse trading, and there will be a fewer number of more highly qualified and scrupulous agents adding value as advocates to real estate deals, paid not out of the proceeds – which I consider a real conflict of interest – but for their time. Real estate agents are next « BuzzMachine
  • I hate it when girls get all sappy and puddly too, it drives me completely insane because I would NEVER do anything like that!
  • There may be other woods that have as wide a variety of figure as sapele, but I'm not aware of any.
  • He claimed his goal was "tinged with a bit of disappointment" and rued the fact that United had only partly exploited their opportunity. Manchester United worried by Wayne Rooney injury after draw at Bolton
  • He maun be a saft sap, wi 'a head nae better than a fozy frosted turnip --- it wad hae ta'en a hantle o' them to scaur Andrew Rob Roy
  • We are all subject to the pain of loss, grief, sadness and even plain disappointment.
  • It was a big disappointment because we'd been psyching ourselves up for it.
  • A little in this way -- but these similes are very imperfect, and will not bear close application -- the sap rises in a tree, stealing up branch by branch; and it is then called _ascending sap_. The History of a Mouthful of Bread And its effect on the organization of men and animals
  • Nor much longer till it ceased to be a griskin -- having altogether disappeared from his fingers, followed by a gurgling sound, as half the contents of the canteen went washing it down his throat. The Lone Ranche
  • The main trunk of the stapedial artery atrophies and its origin from the internal carotid disappears.
  • The Altair did not disappear from the thoughts of the computerists and neither did the hardware they used.
  • The assets will be used to reduce the figures for government debt and the liabilities will simply disappear from view. Times, Sunday Times
  • recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine has raised a number of questions about the long term patency of endoscopically harvested saphenous veins that are collected and used for coronary artery bypass grafts. Medgadget
  • I helped for a day in a sugarbush collecting sap and watching it boil down. Archive 2005-10-01
  • The appellant thus argued that the trial judge misapprehended the facts and/or misapplied the appropriate standard of care to the facts.
  • This thrust reflected his deepening disappointment with Western civilization.
  • She experienced a sharp pang of disappointment.
  • My … brother had quite a hand in brokering the accords, she said nodding across the room to a skinny bloke in a well-fitted tuxedo who was making his way onto the verandah Rose had disappeared onto. The Boundaries of Consent (1/3)
  • The colossal arms disappearing into her coat's dolman sleeves, tweed flecked with purple and gold. THE SHIPPING NEWS
  • They left the _furca_ and the _patibulum_, the axe and the rods, to great offenders: for these minor and (if I may so term them) extra-moral offences _the bent thumb_ was considered as a sufficient sign of disapprobation, -- _vertere pollicem_; as _the pressed thumb, premere pollicem_, was a mark of approving. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 11, No. 67, May, 1863
  • Similarly, in the blue crab Callinectes sapidus, identical pigments are found in the megalopal retina (unfortunately, zoea larvae have not yet been studied) and in the adult.
  • Last year, Time's In Style magazine scrapped Your Look, a quarterly fashion title geared toward readers in their late teens, after two disappointing issues. US Weekly to Launch a Quarterly Spinoff
  • Cody's face fell, but it quickly disappeared to be replaced by a smile.
  • An England international, the Hull-born Liverpudlian, who began his career as an exciting youngster at Tottenham, then saw his Liverpool career peter out disappointingly.
  • I wish that fool would just make himself disappear.
  • However, after one or two days of use, especially with the screen on, will complete the evaporation process and the yellow "blotches" will disappear. MacRumors : Mac News and Rumors
  • We have no restrictions on where residents or their family members can dine," said Daniel Nimon, vice president at Westminster-Canterbury on Chesapeake Bay, in nearby Virginia Beach, which is also near capacity. NYT > Home Page
  • There was even a magician performing some wonderful tricks, unfortunately he had done a disappearing act by the time I turned up.
  • Judging from all the telephone calls and emails flying around right now among intelligence veterans, the mood is one of disappointment and genuine concern.
  • The papers ran speculative stories about the mysterious disappearance of Eddie Donagan.
  • The end of the depression in 1878 and the government's resumption of specie payments (the gold standard) in 1879 had sapped the party's fortunes.
  • Actually now that you mention the hotwheels I used to carry pez dispensers which would often 'disappear' and then pen markers that 'smelled' - I guess smelling grape every now and then made a bad day a little better. Which one/s were you? Age 2-10
  • Still, despite these many disappointments, Nice does look like producing some modest steps forward in joint policy and decision-making.
  • Us married just five months, and her the nicest girl living, and you keeping us flat broke all the time, you damned old thief, so you can put money away for your saphead of a son and your wishywashy fool of a daughter! Babbit
  • Or they asserted that all those landlubberly creatures had walked dry-shod across a natural bridge or had swum short distances between stepping-stones, and that one such formation or another had since disappeared beneath the waves. Galapagos
  • The day he sunbathed naked outside the kitchen window, I swear there was printing on the window that read "Objects may appear disappointingly smaller in direct sunlight. Denise Vivaldo: Cut Your Turkey
  • For two days after the Sooners got eliminated from the NCAA tournament on the brink of the Final Four, Griffin was too disappointed to think about the NBA. Oklahoma's Griffin leads group of players entering NBA draft
  • Asgard had seen the accusing look in Terian's face and could not meet the familiar sapphire blue eyes that suddenly smoldered with hatred.
  • I suppose every society needs its self-appointed professional disapprovers, but they really wouldn't be much fun to sit next to at a dinner party.
  • He seems to have bloody well disappeared altogether.
  • Most of the jobs will disappear through hiving off divisions and seeking voluntary redundancies.
  • She had an ideal of fatherhood, had gentle, silent, useless Lydia -- formed upon the genial, sunshiny type of parent popular in books, and she cast a romantic veil over disappointed, selfish, crossgrained Malcolm Martie, the Unconquered
  • The dog trapped poorly, ran disappointingly, and when I met Marlyn with the dog at the trackside, I immediately noticed he was over duly distressed.

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