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use "entomology" in a sentence

He maintained his interest in parasitology and entomology.

This Chair was then renamed Entomology of Tropical Agriculture.

The school taught entomology and later the dipterist Samuel Friedrich Stein became its director.

History historically there have been several
unify Germany as a single entity.

Following the Anschluss of Austria to Nazi Germany from 1938 to 1945, the P.S.K. was dissolved as a legal entity by the Nazis, and all assets were transferred to Germany.

In the second cited work, Conta proposes a materialist metaphysics, affirming the wave-like character of the universe; according to this conception, the evolution of the universe as a whole, and of each entity in this universe has a wave-like character.

Bob is recruited by Exidy, an entity that is the source of the Code and trapped by Gnosis in the Net: intent on restoring balance and stability, she gives Bob the ability to wield the Code.

Magic in The Bartimaeus Trilogy by jonathan Stroud can be created by two entities, the magician or the magical entity summoned from the Other Place.

entity types and entity sets just form the logical EDM schema, and can be exposed as anything.

If what you rage against is only an entity on paper, then what good is physical violence? Most jurisdictions in the United States require that any business entity that is formed or doing business within their borders designate and maintain a "Registered Agent".

Legislative houses in each political entity are the main source of laws in Brazil.

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