Latch-onto sentence example

latch-onto
    • bicarbonate ions immediately latch onto a section of the crocodiles ' hemoglobin molecules, forcing the hemoglobin to release its attached oxygen.
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    • These covers securely latch onto the pool deck or fit into tracks along the pool edge.
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    • Shortly before the half hour mark the game livened up when Luke Prince charged into the area to latch onto a Jenkins pass.
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    • These bicarbonate ions immediately latch onto a section of the crocodiles ' hemoglobin molecules, forcing the hemoglobin to release its attached oxygen.
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    • twiddle the dial on our internal radio hoping to latch onto something we can hear.
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    • We twiddle the dial on our internal radio hoping to latch onto something we can hear.
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    • Some babies refuse to latch onto the breast, especially if they are fed from a bottle (which is easier to suck) early on.
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    • Do this before the plant grows in the spring so the clematis can latch onto and grow over the new support; you won't have to dislodge it or disrupt it at all.
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    • The graphics were way ahead of any other portable system out there, but the innate cult following were the only gamers to really latch onto the capabilities.
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    • Pacifier use may prevent infants from learning how to latch onto their mother's breast, resulting in poor feedings and sore nipples.
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    • Crayola, in partiuclar, has a bounty of products that little kids can really latch onto.
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    • Stabilicers stay on with adjustable Velcro fasteners that latch onto the ankle and forefoot.
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