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dormant

Meaning: tr
uykuda, uyuşuk, cansız
In each of us there lies a dormant superhuman.
The project envisions a future where human explorers can bring a compact habitat built out of a lightweight material with dormant fungi that will last on long journeys to places like Mars. Upon arrival, by unfolding that basic structure and simply adding water, the fungi will be able to grow around that framework into a fully functional human habitat – all while being safely contained within the habitat to avoid contaminating the Martian environment.
The notion of corporate responsibility went dormant while companies polluted rivers at will.
Dormant volcanoes no longer produce eruptions, but might again sometime in the future.
At the end of the sleep the dormant awakes.
Religious, racial or national tolerance, and the ability to understand one another, are not enough to eliminate hostility and bring about justice. And wherever there is no justice, war lies dormant.
Volcanoes can be active, dormant, or extinct.
Meredith picks a tiny patch of green moss from between clumps of tall brown grass gone dormant with the fall chill. “Look at all these little bits of biodiversity,” she said. “That’s like a little fantasy world going on in there.”
Mt. Asama is now dormant.
Mount Kilimanjaro is a dormant volcano located in Tanzania.
Added on 2015-10-02 | by m1gin | View: 360

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