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use "hatch" in a sentence

His colors vary depending on how long it takes for the egg to hatch.

Larvae hatch and burrow into the stems.

At the hatch, Locke makes a paste and tells Boone it is for later.

Leo and Nikki hatch a variety of plans to try and persuade the Organisation to come round to their

He then hastily suggested that she talk to another officer and then told her he was going out to lunch.

Brumwell p.133-34 Mourdaunt hastily agreed, and the expedition returned to Britain without having made any serious attempt on the town.

The new government hastily evacuated the British territories that phibun had occupied and surreptitiously aided the Seri Thai movement, while at the same time maintaining ostensibly friendly relations with the Japanese.

Most of Cibber's plays, listed below, were hastily cobbled together from borrowings, or drastically adapted from Shakespeare.

Forge hastily assures him no; he is later seen depressed and angry.

we shall fight on the beaches On the first day, only 7,010 men were evacuated, but by the ninth day, a total of 338,226 soldiers (198,229 British and 139,997 French) Taylor 1965 had been rescued by the hastily assembled fleet of 850 boats.

Johnston was concerned that Crawshay had left the Rhodesia station hastily, and asked Cecil Rhodes to fund a special tour of the area by his second in command to assess the situation there.

Benjamin Outram hastily took over full management control and was awarded a salary increase.

It was hastily repaired and artillery was brought to bear on the city.

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