Destiny woke and ate a few bites before going back to sleep.
There are times it can come back and bites you on the butt.
Between bites, Martha regaled the few late rising guests that lingered around the dining room with stories of her adventure and the bus window sights she'd visited.
She felt two tiny bites on her arm, and suddenly electricity flew through her.
A familiar headache started, and she stuffed the last few bites of food down her throat, feeling ill for a different reason.
"I think I'd like to hear the details," Dean said between bites of pie.
Between bites he added, I even brought the white dress.
Her stomach growled, reminding her that she hadn't eaten more than two bites of her breakfast.
Between bites he answered Fred's questions, filling in the details of the trip south.
While Dean stretched his muscles and alternated between bites of peanut butter sandwich and a banana, Fred perused the rest of the master lists.
Carmen had only taken a few bites before the telephone rang – a reminder that her cell phone was in her room.
Amid jokes about his skill with a knife, they shared bites and endured more pictures.
Some things, like not eating too fast or taking large bites, not talking with the mouth full, might be assumed, but it was surprising how many people did them – in public, even.
He ate several bites without responding.
The bites in her arm still hurt.
From their position in the proboscis the larvae can easily enter the blood of man the next time the mosquito bites (Low, Brit.
3515) as a goddess of healing, especially skilled to cure serpent bites by charms and the herbs of the Marsian woods.
Demonstrated by a series of accurate investigations, contributed by many workers, that malaria is caused by a microscopic parasite in the blood, into which it is introduced by the bites of certain species of mosquito.
In 1898 it was conclusively shown in Italy that if a mosquito E of the Anopheles variety bites a person suffering from malaria, and is kept long enough for the parasite to develop in the salivary gland, and is then allowed to bite a healthy person, the latter will in due time develop malaria.
The converse proposition, that persons efficiently protected from mosquito bites escape malaria, has been made the subject of several remarkable experiments.
Early Chinese civilization had an understanding of medicine at least as far back as 200 BC, as can be seen in the text Recipes for Fifty-Two Ailments, which gives remedies for conditions from snake bites to warts.