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use "stench" in a sentence

He argues that everyone for miles around could smell the stench of death and expresses doubt that the 9-year-old son of a Nazi official could be unaware of what a Jew is (or whether he himself is one).

Boniface, William: "The Return of Meteor Boy?", page 245. HarperCollins Publishing, 2007
stem tissue is usually dead.

Some have suggested, however, that a fear of clowns may stem from early childhood experience, when infants begin to process and make sense of facial features.

In the photograph, the windlass can be seen below the tack of the foresail and the tackle at the foot of the forestay, which was worked by the windlass, can be seen attached to the stem head.

Thus the prefixes are a class of bound morphemes occurring only as stem -initial; while the suffixes are a class of bound morphemes occurring as stem-final.

For his thesis he studied how stem cells of the bone marrow differentiate into the mature cells of the white blood cell system.

For example, benned ("in you") or for emphasis tebenned ("in you") has the stem benn- which is derived from the front variant of the position suffix -ban/-ben ("in").

Initially the Seaforths attempted to stem this attack and ran into the Scandinavian Corps, which they quickly neutralised.

If the stem ends in one the consonants l,r,n, then the final consonant is repeated before adding the infinitive -a or -ä.

Stacy (1984), p. 6. These controls were gradually lifted in the Western zones, but were tightened between Western and Soviet zones in 1946 to stem a flow of economic and political refugees from the Soviet zone.

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