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use "parasite" in a sentence

Malaria This disease is a parasite that is found in mosquitoes, which bred more rapidly as virgin soil was broken in the Carolina lowlands for rice cultivation.

She promises to teach Doc under two conditions: first, they must send the souls to new planets without harming them, and second, Doc must
of the role of the carpenter as a "jack of all trades" in small cities and as a specialist in large cities.

The "Spanish" recension contains a higher proportion of Hebrew, and is believed to be a paraphrase.

In 1958, J. B. Phillips (1906-1982) produced an edition of the New Testament letters in paraphrase, the Letters to Young Churches, so that members of his youth group could understand what the New Testament authors had written.

Many scholars suggest that they may have actually had access to a Biblical Aramaic paraphrase of the work-most Christian scholars of the time did not distinguish between Hebrew and Aramaic.

The Wire uses a paraphrase of this when first speaking to Magpie.

Nietzsche's paraphrase of Parmenides's truth was, "I breathe, therefore being exists." Synthesis of dream and given interpretation Parallel paraphrase of Dream and Interpretation.

Our very being cries out against the injustice of regular employment, to paraphrase a quote from a film I can't be arsed looking up. I admit I'm lazy.

To paraphrase: If Alien life is possible in the galaxy why isn't the evidence of it all around us.

This is an out-and-out paraphrase, intended to convey the New Testament in colloquial modern English.

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