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Incubating dans une phrase (en anglais)

  1. It's been incubating inside your body for nearly one day now.
  2. He felt superfluous; Crystal was doing fine, incubating the eggs.
  3. The advantages gained by incubating for longer times, namely recovery of injured.
  4. His passion, like a fever long incubating, leaped suddenly into full force by no conscious volition of his own.
  5. After incubating these culture media in an incubator of 37oC temperature for 48 hours, it was clearly noticed that:.

  6. Some companies specialize in incubating their funds—test-driving them privately before selling them publicly.
  7. This not only tells you how long the egg has been incubating but also gives you a reference point for turning it regularly.
  8. She wanted to talk to Silas about Crystal, to tell him Crystal needed Silas’ support, especially with the eggs incubating.
  9. At the core of this area was a large sterile room where rows of special incubating baths held the Abraham Clinic's most precious secret.
  10. And note that although a male will probably retain his bond with you even while courting and mating, a female will most likely lose her training during the time she is incubating her eggs and taking care of her young.
  11. After 48 hours of incubating them in a suitable incubator (at a temperature of 37oC), we transfer a suitable volumes of the previous fluid culture mediums to the following solid culture media (to be spread over the surfaces of these media) :.
  12. After 48 hours of incubating them in a suitable incubator (at a temperature of 37oC), we transferred a suitable volumes of the previous fluid culture mediums to the following solid culture media (to be spread over the surfaces of these media) :.
  1. He had to be incubated in the intensive care.
  2. The mixture was incubated and immediately examined under a.
  3. Upon entering the secret chamber, we saw dozens of incubated.
  4. Incubated Memory Directives was a method used to supplant in a person's unconscious.
  5. He incubated a small boy with cowpox and found that this rendered the boy immune from smallpox.
  6. Classical methodologies using high nutrient media are typically incubated at 30 to 35 for 48 to.
  7. Hatchery, the famous factory where over one hundred and sixty-two million salmon eggs are incubated.
  8. From its inception, the Followers of the Way incubated within and around larger more substantial cults.
  9. Many of the party’s pet social sector programmes—be it NREGA or a free medicine scheme—had been incubated there.
  10. It is also natural that among many incubated funds the more successful ones will eventually be reported while poorer performers will not.
  11. When you actually dream this, you will not notice the difference — until you do your reality checks! Continue with the dream as you incubated it (e.
  12. Almost without exception, the returns of incubated and fee-waived funds have faded into mediocrity after outside investors poured millions of dollars into them.
  13. It appeared to me that the eggs from which young Insurers were hatched were incubated in dust and heat, like the eggs of ostriches, judging from the places to which those incipient giants repaired on a Monday morning.
  14. Earlier still in the backdrop of prehistory there seem to have been animal attributes representing powers that Man recognized that he lacked, but had yearned for, over the eons of his rise from out of that natural order that had incubated him.
  15. Giving her some small, orphaned kisses in the hollow of her wounded hand, he opened up the most hidden passageways of his heart and drew out an interminable and lacerated intestine, the terrible parasitic animal that had incubated in his mar-tyrdom.
  1. The energy that nourishes, incubates and encourages our.
  2. There she will stay for a few weeks while she incubates the clutch, and the male will feed her through an opening in the cage.
  3. The suffering caused by these traumas sometimes becomes evident at birth and sometimes it incubates for a period of time, skipping over childhood.
  4. These ‘Holy Scriptures’ have been written with their contextual stories, laws and rules that provide the foundational impetus for the intellectual, behavioural and emotional climate of a believing people that can fertilise the seeds of innate spiritual desires and needs, and the attitudinal climate that incubates and nurtures the ongoing culture, theology and philosophy of a people.

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1. She usually starts to incubate the first egg before she lays the second, so there may be more than a week's difference in the hatching times of the young in a nest.
2. In the mutual fund industry, fund families offer and incubate a diverse selection of funds, in part to ensure that they have some recent winners to use in marketing.

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