en
lime

Meaning: tr
kireç; ıhlamur; misket limonu
The bristlecones grow well in limestone soil. Most trees do not grow well in such soil.
Stromatolites are the limestone structures formed by photosynthesizing bacteria called cyanobacteria. They created layers of alternating slimy bacteria and sediment in very shallow water, dominating shallow seas until predators, such as trilobites, came into the picture.
In the case of stony or hard corals, these polyp conglomerates grow, die, and endlessly repeat the cycle over time, slowly laying the limestone foundation for coral reefs and giving shape to the familiar corals that reside there. Because of this cycle of growth, death, and regeneration among individual polyps, many coral colonies can live for a very long time.
Put some dill and lime zest on the salmon.
Lemons and limes are acidic fruits.
The vision of the "new German Man" is in the limelight.
Limestone underlies most of the site.
They're going to need to quarry a lot of limestone in order to build the new church.
I'm not accustomed to being in the limelight.
Has no one started to copy the user guides of bathroom fragrance balls and lime descalers into the English sentences of Tatoeba yet?
Added on 2014-08-18 | by m1gin | View: 522

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