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use "incubate" in a sentence

Both sexes incubate, the male from morning to afternoon, and the female the rest of the day and at night.

Blue dragon eggs must be buried in warm sand to incubate.

Both sexes incubate in shifts of up to six days.

Casca's disfigured child appears and is
question the accuser.

The tapes became the subject of much speculation, including the theory they were spliced together to incriminate potential adversaries.

Lyman elects not to use the letters that incriminate the general.

Observing constitutional rights, every mobster pleaded the 5th Amendment refusing to say a word as to not incriminate themselves - every mobster except John Montana that is.

Mokhtari was eventually let free, there were no sufficient proofs to incriminate her in anything, or even being involved in the Iranian support group that carried out the AMIA bombing.

Socia threatens the detectives lives but believes that the documents incriminate him and are now in their possession.

However, in this case according to § 55 StPO, the witness can refuse to answer questions which could incriminate himself (or one of his relatives).

Realizing that she would be able to testify against him, Thomas conspired with a corrupt doctor to infect her with a fatal virus so that she wouldn't be able to incriminate him.

Dorothy L. Sayers ' 1928 mystery Unnatural Death includes the discovery, in Epping Forest, of the body of a young woman possessing knowledge that could incriminate a murderer.

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