[ US /ˈsɪɫə/ ]
[ UK /sˈɪlɐ/ ]
[ UK /sˈɪlɐ/ ]
- an Old World plant of the genus Scilla having narrow basal leaves and pink or blue or white racemose flowers
How To Use scilla In A Sentence
- The chief natural phenomena that have driven fragmentation are glacial advances, volcanic activity, geologic faulting, tectonic movement, mass land slumping, serpentinization, major sea level rise and climate oscillation. Habitat fragmentation
- Additionally, POLARIS reduces total component count by integrating voltage control oscillators and loop filters.
- The fact that other reports of excess heat do not produce these hydrides and can evolve over days or weeks suggests the opposite condition of starvation where oscillation is delayed and slow but still occurs over time as the atomic gas slowly accumulates the velocities needed to exchange time dilation for energy. Will 2010 be the Year of Zero Point Energy?
- This can cause the players' strategies to oscillate back and forth indefinitely.
- During the course of the laser pulse, the electric field of the light wave oscillates about a dozen times.
- a scarlet "whittle" over all this motley finery; with a "outwork quoyf or ciffer" (New England French for coiffure) with "long wings" at the side, and a silk or tiffany hood on her drooping head, -- Priscilla in this attire were pretty indeed. Sabbath in Puritan New England
- When Priscilla became pregnant, she asked Sarah to be godmother to her child, Lisa.
- The importance of PIR for network oscillation was perhaps most firmly established in the lobster stomatogastric ganglion.
- A series of such oscillations, aided perhaps by marine erosion, is probably an important cause of island formation.
- A double oscillation is also a possibility, for example if the trees are defoliated by predators and then put out a second growth of leaves.