Next morning I had the pleasure of encountering him; left a bullet in one of his poor etiolated
arms, feeble as the wing of a chicken in the pip, and then thought I had done with the whole crew.
As it seemed to me, the refined beauty and the etiolated
pallor followed naturally enough.
3]) growth regulators in the length and number of nodal segments of etiolated
stems and the possible residual effects in subsequent in vitro regeneration of pineapple hybrid plants.
Relying on only arm, finger, and lung power, rejecting the manufactured in favor of the hand-crafted, seeking the organic over the engineered - animal gut over etiolated
steel, the baroque past over the media-symphonic present - these dedicated artists seem harbingers of the "retro reality" we've inherited.
Only Dillane delivers his lines as if they're real sentences; Burrows is weak, and Malkovich's etiolated
figure and deadening delivery remain a mystery.
rice plants were obtained by sprouting and maintaining rice plants in a cabinet in a dark room.
However, in all this somewhat etiolated
talk, Hove does not close his eyes to facts.
Even so, in an age when too many poets in North America, whether writing in free verse or strict measure, tend towards the etiolated
and the tinny, and when the chatty has supplanted the sublime, it is good to know that Geoffrey Hill is still crafting his shadowy polyphonies.
He painted the tail end of the city's industrial strength in the first half of the twentieth century, with unforgettable etiolated
images (simultaneously tragic and humorous) of sticklike workers hastening to their mills under great clouds and columns of smoke.
A few years ago, Geuns (1977) reported the stimulatory effect of cortisol (steroid), among other corticosteroids, on the root growth (100% stimulation) and the hypocotyl growth (50% stimulation) of etiolated
mung bean seedlings (Phaseolus aureus Roxb.
Isabel Archer of Albany, New York, journeys to Europe, where she achieves inexperience amidst the etiolated
foliage, the thicker light, the charged conversations.
Seedy Washington journalists, sharp-eyed government officials who could not dispose of a brand-new car in Spokane, think-tank employees, etiolated
from too long residence 'neath flat rocks, and always, always, Henry Kissinger, whose destruction of so many Asians and their once- charming real estate won him a prize for peace from the ironists of outer Europe.