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use "somber" in a sentence

He witnesses the somber glances from the tired, grime-covered workers who are both men and women ranging in age from the elderly to mere children.

This is a somber occasion for the bride's parents as it marks the departure of their daughter from their home.

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leading to somatic disturbances.

The somatic storage reflex or the pelvic-to-pudendal or guarding reflex is initiated when one laughs, sneezes, or coughs, which causes increased bladder pressure.

The term "cloning” has become synonymous with "somatic cell nuclear transfer,” a procedure that can be used for a variety of purposes, only one of which involves an intention to create a clone of an organism.

somatic genetics of Nitrogen metabolism Plant cell in culture medium can metabolize ammonium, nitrate, and nitrite sources of inorganic nitrogen.

The new genetic material had not only entered the somatic cells.

He thus defined culture as "symbolates understood in an extra-somatic context." Accordingly, the band's debut album The somatic Defilement is a first-person narrative concept album based on Jack the Ripper.

The deconstruction of the Hy Scale of MMPI-2: Failure of RC3 in measuring somatic symptom expression.

It is divided into diplospory (generative apospory) in which the embryo sac arises from a cell of the archesporium, and apospory (somatic apospory) in which the embryo sac arises from some other nucellus cell.

Through a technique known as somatic embryogenesis (SE) CFS researchers have been the first to use a single cell to regenerate larch trees.

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