Confused Words: pour vs pore
1. Then he looked about for something to the soup into; Dantes'entire dinner service consisted of one plate there was no alternative.
2. If, after having made me swallow twelve drops instead of ten, you see that I do not recover, then the rest down my throat.
3. He steps into the outer office to himself a drink.
4. If the criterion is satisfied, diffusion limitations are negligible.
5. over a cherry in a margarita glass for a festive frozen cocktail.
6. "Yes, my friend, it is too true--your eyes is lookin' at this very moment on the disappeared Dauphin, Looy the Seventeen, son of Looy the Sixteen and Marry Antonette."
7. Incredibly, even after he did so, calls continued to in from people who wanted to win $50,000.
8. The Weisz-Prater Criterion is a method used to estimate the influence of diffusion on reaction rates in heterogeneous catalytic reactions.
9. "Drot your broken heart," says the baldhead; "what are you heaving your broken heart at US f'r?
10. A single large turbine wheel may have as many as 800,000 sails or blades, and steam may out upon these from many nozzles.
11. But we must stem the tide of malice, and into the wounded bosoms of each other the balm of sisterly consolation.''
12. Therefore for many conditions, if formula_12 then diffusion limitations can be excluded.
13. Through the breach, they heard the waters , as mountain torrents down a flume.
14. Woe to him who seeks to oil upon the waters when God has brewed them into a gale!
15. It is also larger, with a cap diameter of up to , and its surface sometimes slowly stains reddish-brown when bruised.
16. Their third release, "Qu'est-ce Nous", was released in early 2003.
17. mercury into a U shaped tube until the level of the mercury in the closed end of the tube is the same as the level in the open end.
18. When some of the other papillae grow back, they do so without a .
19. Running to the east, after a journey of 287 km, will its waters into the Rio Doce.
20. The second maxillae also have a metameric , which is the opening of the maxillary gland and maxillary nephridium homologous to those of millipedes.
21. An oblique is made in the lower surface, through which frass is ejected.
22. Miss Mills had a wonderful flow of words, and liked to them out.
23. This structure however requires more complex deposition of the active chalcogenide into a cell .
24. He ultimately turned this down, preferring instead to his energies into racing in CART for the Hogan team.
25. ``Ah,''said a gallant old general, who, in 1809, had sung``Partant la Syrie,''``we will not go alone to the garden.''
26. In addition reticulons may play a role in nuclear complex formation, vesicle formation, and other processes yet to be defined.
27. I shall leave you the saucepan, and your soup into that.
28. Solitude This is a delicious evening, when the whole body is one sense, and imbibes delight through every .
29. The surface on the underside of the cap is yellow to dingy yellow, or yellowish orange to salmon, darkening to brownish with age; it also does not stain when bruised.
30. The stomata are bordered by guard cells and their stomatal accessory cells (together known as stomatal complex) that open and close the .
31. Shake the rum, lime juice and sugar and into a Collins glass over ice.
32. The alpha-1 subunit consists of 24 transmembrane segments and forms the through which ions pass into the cell.
33. A cold perspiration burst from every , and his hair stood on end.
34. Diffusion is usually in the Knudsen regime when average radius is less than 100 nm.
35. les serviteurs feront cela nous"" ("Living?
36. mercury into the tube until the difference in level bd is just equal to the barometric height, approximately 32 inches.
37. This fluorescence quenching response can be exploited for detecting the opening of the mitochondrial permeability transition .
38. When these are found, the nematodes enter through the breathing (pneumostome) below the mantle and move to the shell cavity.
39. Despite not being fully elucidated, vaults have been associated with the nuclear complexes and their octagonal shape appears to support this.
40. On the means of sacrifice, Herodotus adds "they raise no altar, light no fire, no libations."
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