Tendrils sentence examples

  • Practically the tendrils assist the plant in its native state to scramble over rocks or trees.

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  • She pulled her wet hair back into a braid at her neck and fluffed the loose tendrils at her temples into curls.

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  • They climb by means of tendrils, which are stipular structures arising from the leaf-sheath.

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  • Some petioles are long, slender and sensitive to contact, and function as tendrils by means of which the plant climbs; as in the l,' nasturtiums (Tropaeolum), clematis and c in others; and in compound leaves the midrib and some of the leaflets may similarly be transformed into tendrils, as in the pea and vetch.

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  • The parts of the leaf are frequently transformed into tendrils, with the view of enabling the plants to twine round others for support.

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  • Some few form trees of considerable stature destitute of tendrils, and with broad magnolia-like leaves in place of the more or less palmately-lobed leaves which are most generally met with in the order.

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  • Such gums are formed abundantly in pycnidia, and, absorbing water, swell and carry out the spores in long tendrils, which emerge for days and dry as they reach the air, the glued spores gradually being set free by rain, wind, &c. In oidial chains (Sclerotinia) a minute double wedge of wall-substance arises in the middle lamella between each pair of contiguous oidia, and by its enlargement splits the separating lamella.

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  • Tendrils of coldness stretched from its home within her chest, testing her strength before subsiding into stillness once more.

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  • 7.1 Tendrils 7.2 Fistular Leaves

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  • The tendrils of a vetch and of a cucumber are analogous, and also homologous because they both belong to the category leaf; but they are only analogous to the tendrils of the vine and of the passion-flower, which belong to the category stem.

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  • They are large perennial climbers growing from short thick underground stems, from which rise numerous semi-woody flexuous angular stems, bearing large alternate stalked long-persistent and prominently net-veined leaves, from the base of which spring the tendrils which support the plant.

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  • These occur on the tips of tendrils and on the tentacles of Drosera; (2) sensitive papillae found on the irritable filaments of certain stamens; and (3) sensitive hairs or bristles on the leaves of Dionaea muscipula and Mimosa pudicaall of which are so constructed that any pressure exerted on them at once reacts on the protoplasm.

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  • 1) having a woody stock and herbaceous or woody branches, from the sides of which tendrils are produced which enable the branches to support themselves at little expenditure of tissue.

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  • In other species there is a definite arrangement of the leaves, some with and others without tendrils opposite to them, the numerical order remaining constant or nearly so.

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  • In Leguminous plants (the pea tribe) the pinnae are frequently modified to form tendrils, as in Lathyrus Aphaca, in which the stipules perform the function of true leaves.

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  • In Arthrobotrys side-branches of the mycelium sling themselves around the host (Tylenchus) much as tendrils round a support.

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  • gauzy tendrils of he even lets.

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  • tendrils of black silk.

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  • They climb by means of tendrils.

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  • The tendrils are moderately thin and long; one made a narrow ellipse in 5 hrs.

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  • Bouquets of flowers and tendrils in silver marcasite, catching the light in elegant sparkles.

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  • In Smilax, there are two stipulary tendrils.

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  • tendrils of a curling vine, Fond limbs with limbs, in am'rous folds, entwine.

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  • tendrils of young plants sometimes expands into a narrow lamina or blade.

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  • tendrils of mist now snaked between the naked, reaching fingers.

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  • Saari's delicately colored hats, trailing long tendrils, bring fantasy and a touch of fairytale.

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  • These several facts are interesting in relation to true tendrils.

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  • other tendrils are adapted stems, branches or petioles but do the same job.

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  • thin tendrils of mist now snaked between the naked, reaching fingers.

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  • woody vines provided with tendrils.

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  • Yellow goo and plant tendrils are all over him.

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  • Updos with flowing tendrils of hair to frame the face.

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  • Prom Hair Updos: From classic French twist updos to styles with curly tendrils, deliberate messiness, or elegant accessories, updo styles are a staple prom style that can be adjusted in many ways to suit individual preferences.

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  • Half-updos are also popular and leave either face-framing tendrils or luscious long locks in the back loose and free to add a romantic and wistful touch.

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  • You could opt for a sleek full updo or leave curly tendrils framing your face, or you might prefer a partial updo with longer locks in back.

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  • We need only look to the 2008 Idol finale, where her hair was strategically curled on top, straightened at the front to display gloriously thick, face-framing bangs and wisped at the sides to show off a few romantic tendrils.

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  • Leaving a few tendrils to frame the face, gather the rest of your hair into a low, side ponytail, using an elastic band to keep it in place.

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  • The sides of the coffin are decorated with bands of bead and reel motifs and vine tendrils.

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  • Considering the extreme tenuity of these tendrils, the action of the light on them is remarkable.

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  • Quick, like the tendrils of a curling vine, Fond limbs with limbs, in am'rous folds, entwine.

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  • They are herbaceous or woody vines provided with tendrils.

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  • To test for ripeness, look at the tendrils near the stem.

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  • Part hair in the center and pin back loose tendrils with ornate bobby or hair pins.

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  • Veitchii, a more recent introduction (1868) from Japan, has smaller leaves very variable in shape; it clings readily to stone or brick work by means of suckers at the ends of the branched tendrils.

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  • As they proceeded upward, snow evaporating from the roadbed like steam rose in smoke-like puffs, wispy tendrils of ground haze that scrambled away as the jeep sailed by.

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  • Also look for the brownish flower spikes of knapweed broomrape, and common dodder with its long red tendrils.

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  • They have tendrils of wire, which grip a buttonhole.

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  • An internode bearing immature tendrils made two revolutions, each in 3 hrs.

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  • No sooner had the rogue removed the last of the sticky tendrils from his face then the mage cast another spell.

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  • Moreover, the green edging of the tendrils of young plants sometimes expands into a narrow lamina or blade.

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  • To create a goddess look, go for braids or tousled tendrils.

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  • Rather than fight the hair you were born with, book an appointment with your stylist and learn to love your tendrils.

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  • Wearing this look is a cinch: just grab your mega-hold hair product, and lightly fluff your tendrils with a pick until your style is full and slightly fuzzy.

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  • Whether you are fighting the elements of a harsh winter or struggling to keep your tendrils tame during the scorching and humid summer months, the right products will help keep your locks shiny and manageable.

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  • Wrap thick sections around a jumbo iron and let the tendrils fall loosely around your face, or pin up and to the side with hair accessories like combs, clips, and ornate barrettes.

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  • A more acceptable alternative may be working with hot rollers or a curling iron to create loose, yet temporary tendrils.

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  • Air dry halfway, and then pin up tendrils with bobby pins to create a tousled style that is simple yet feminine.

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  • Loose tendrils were normally swept high on top of the head and adorned with gold balls.

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  • Whether you choose to recreate these looks for reenactment purposes or just enjoy the history or romance of the era, you can have some creative fun with the addition of feminine braids and tendrils.

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  • To finish the look, curl the tendrils around the face into loose ringlets.

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  • Try experimenting with pulling all hair back, leaving out a few tendrils, or keeping your part in tact.

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  • The random chunk of tendrils appears out of place, and the design quickly shifts from chic to passé.

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  • If you have natural curls, pair your long and shiny tendrils with an edgy pair of eyeglasses and preppy button-front shirts.

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  • The entire poster has a dark feel with wispy fog tendrils and dark clouds in the background.

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  • It was often down or pulled back with wisps and tendrils falling down around her face.

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  • Picture those triangular leaves set along trailing tendrils of greenery.

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  • Vines: Imagine vines lovingly winding their tendrils up the main body of the cross, with just a blossom or two for accent.

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  • The squash will pull away in long tendrils that work well in place of spaghetti noodles.

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  • Thin tendrils of mist now snaked between the naked, reaching fingers.

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  • I also have this amazing costume, which has all these wires coming out of it, with these long tendrils of black silk.

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  • Saari 's delicately colored hats, trailing long tendrils, bring fantasy and a touch of fairytale.

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  • Other tendrils are adapted stems, branches or petioles but do the same job.

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  • Philodendrons have broad green or green and white leaves and they grow long tendrils that don't usually latch on to thing but can be trained to wind around bookshelves, on strings or basically wherever you'd like a little bit of color.

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  • It is a tall herbaceous climber, 10 to 20 feet high, with pinnate leaves, terminating in branched tendrils, the leaflets being covered on the under side with a fine silky down.

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  • Spinovitis Davidi Thomsoni - A pretty and neat-growing species climbing by its tendrils, and of graceful effect upon pillars and pergolas.

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  • This look can be worn with bangs, or if applicable, add a few tendrils around the face for a softening effect.

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  • Also consider leaving some long tendrils gently curled and hanging loose on either side of your face.

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  • Updo Styles: These are the most popular wedding look and may be a sleek French twist, a sophisticated style with face-framing tendrils, a curly updo for texture, or more elaborate knots.

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  • Mohawks are a classic example of this type of unique shape, but any sort of spikes, tendrils, and other unusual shapes can be found in punk hair.

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  • Your casual updo can rely on tendrils and falling locks, which will make for a carelessly attractive hair style with minimal effort and expense.

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  • Sedu Updos: Because most black hair is naturally kinky and curly, a sedu hair style is instantly unique and elegant, particularly if tendrils are allowed to frame the face to emphasize the sleek straightness.

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  • Loose tendrils and pieced ponytails look chic and effortless with this season's array of shift and mod print dresses.

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  • Curling a ponytail or dangling tendrils is another way to add variety and flair to the style (or straightening curly hair).

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