- Sessile aquatic animal forming mosslike colonies of small polyps each having a curved or circular ridge bearing tentacles; attach to stones or seaweed and reproduce by budding.
- You should attach to the return a copy of the relevant power of attorney or letter of authorization if this is the first time you act as agent.
- Scanning electronic microscope showed that strain e26could attach to grape root wounded cells with the same manner as that of strain k308.strain e26and k308were shown to grow competitively in grape stem wound exudates.
- He was very attach to lausanne.
- Earphone of it attach to ears generally like mobile phone microphone will like buckle attach garment to generally middle wireless connections answer the conveyance phoning to depend on the brain wave completely.
- The smart drive can attach to high chair stroller or car seat.
- Select a process to attach to.
- It is because the bombing of enemy towns-this area bombing-raises this issue of power unlimited and exclusive that such immense importance is bound to attach to the policy and action of his majesty's government.
- "Nothing in this part shall be deemed to affect the interests of the government or to confer a larger right in relation to any land than is granted in the government lease grant or licence whereunder the said land is held; and no liability shall attach to the secretary for home affairs or to the government in respect of any act done or entry made by the secretary for home affairs in the course of his duty."
- Any of various echinoderms of the class crinoidea including the sea lilies and feather stars that are characterized by a cup-shaped body feathery radiating arms and either a stalk or clawlike structure with which they are able to attach to a surface.
- I've often felt that "step-parent" is a label we attach to men and women who marry into families where children already exist for the simple reason that we need to call them something.
- All blame must attach to myself.
- A stabilizer for a canoe; spars attach to a shaped log or pontoon parallel to the hull.
- Any of various invertebrate animals such as a sea anemone or sponge that attach to surfaces and superficially resemble plants.