Planktos, an "ecorestoration company," will deploy a ship to dissolvetons of iron, an essentialplanktonnutrient, over a 10,000-square-kilometerpatch of ocean.
But ifFritz is stationedin thatpatch of woodland, we've gotno chance!
It was easyadd his the newmeritbadge to his uniform because the patch had a hot sealbacking.
I can't afford to replace the roof, which is what it reallyneeds. I'll have the rooferapply a patch.
Before you can fix a dam, you have to apply a patch to the holeso thateverything can dry off.
or that it is temporary because it is not meant to lastlong or will be removed as soon as a properrepair can be made, which will happen in the nearfuture.
"This patch should hold until you reach the city," the mechanicsaid as he patted the car's hood.
The worldeconomy had a roughpatch in the 1930s.
The stormslastsummerwashedawayparts of the road so we can expect some roughpatchesupahead.
To me, a normalcow is white with blackpatches, but Sarah's from Texas and most of the cows there have solidbrown, black, or redcoats.
Doesn't that patch of cloudslooks like a bunny?
I lost my locket in this patch of grass here.
When ice skating, be sure to stayaway from reeds: there are alwaysthinpatches of ice there, and you could fall through.
I nevergetfirstplace because on trackeight, rightafter you pass the windmill, there's a patch of oil in the road that alwaysgets me.
There is a lot to be said in praise of the local or regionaloutlet that keeps very closelyacross the doings and news in their patch.
Manypeopleuse a nicotinepatch to weanthemselvesoff ofnicotine.
He had scratched his cornea so badly that his doctortold him to wear a patch.
The farm of SheridanLawrence, exhibiting its wide-stretchingwheat-fields, some heads of which counted seventy-one kernels, with its patches of one-poundpotatoes, twelve-footsunflowers, and its quiverful of happy, tow-headedchildren, gives as sweet a picture of Canadianthrift and happiness as one would wish to see.
From fabric E, fussy cutfourtemplate-Z patches.
It could be argued that the arrangement of clustered folial activityobserved here resemblespreviouslyobservedneurophysiologicalrecordingsshowing microbands, beams, colonies, or patches.
Centre of scutellum antero-mesally, caudad of scutoscutellar sulcus and at eachside of lateralmarginsusually with greyish or creamypatches (Fig 3A and 3C ).
That concertina was a wonder in its way. The handles that was on itfirst was wore outlong ago, and he'd madenewones of braidedrope yarn. And the bellows was patched in moreplaces than a cranberry picker's overalls.
If the puncture had been in the tread I could have had the tirepatched, but it was in the sidewall and they can't fix that: they have to replace the wholetire.
The realwindows were transported to nineglass-restorationstudios from Massachusetts to California, where the glass was cleaned and patched, and then releaded.
This bleakcircle of asphalt has been patched and repatched, and looks it.
Norwichsoonbeganimposingthemselves on that patched-updefence with Holt having their bestearlychance, only to see it blocked by Simpson.