jellylike


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Adj.1.jellylike - thick like gelatin
thick - relatively dense in consistency; "thick cream"; "thick soup"; "thick smoke"; "thick fog"
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The jellylike creatures pulse along on ocean currents and are abundant in cold and warm ocean water, in deep water, and along coastlines.
The ovaries on the posterior surface is also covered by a jellylike membrane, the primitive peritoneum and continuous with layer of broad ligament.
They had small, translucent jellylike bodies with no scales and appear adept at living in high-pressure deep-sea environments, where not many marine creatures can survive, not even their competitors or predators.
It's jellylike texture boasts strong flavours of saffron and cardamom.
"This compartmentalisation ends up having profound effects on gene expression in the nucleus, as well as metabolism in the cytoplasm (the jellylike substance outside the cell's nucleus)", said W.
"We could not succeed in making powder, as it became jellylike paste," one lamented.
National Geographic covered what it referred to as "an Engineering Epic." The builders faced unusual obstacles such as mosquitoes, mud that swallowed even tractors, swirling dust, "jellylike muskeg," and "ravenous gnats." The article noted, "Black men and white have cursed the country in a score of American dialects, and many have remarked at one time or another that if the Japs conquered the country it would only serve them right." The "ingenuity, the morale, and the toughness" of the men who built the Alaska Highway should reassure Americans that the inevitable confusion at the start of the war would "speedily give way to efficiency and to a successful outcome of the war."
yothersi, which hosts the pathogens in the jellylike cytoplasm outside the nucleus.
While the incendiary bombs commonly referred to as napalm, a jellylike substance invented during World War II have not killed nearly as many people as ordinary bombs, they have heightened fears in Daraya, which has been under siege for more than three years and is under near-daily bombardment.
Lots of gurgling and rumbling, involuntary stool, drives the patient out of bed in the morning, mushy stool with jellylike lumps of mucous.
And a makeup remover offers jellylike cleansing: The product looks like honey and changes texture when water is added.