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78 example sentences with  kelp

78 example sentences with kelp

With our glasses we could make out the heads of seals fishing outside the surf, and a ragged belt of kelp.

Didn't I watch 'em go, the whole seven of 'em, Baldy Winch, rot him, jeerin' at me an' me swearin' I'd get him yet, him an' Gus Ingle an' Preacher Ellson an' the first Brodie an' Jimmy Kelp an' Manny Howard an' the Italian?

and I am goingI tride to get out and the Big storm drov me back and all I can see is Jimmy Kelp and the parson if I had not of killed them they would killed me sure and big Brodie's gone he is crazy and cant never make it back across the mountains in this storm, and Baldy Winch he took a big nugget and went off, and he stoled what handful of grub there was.

Then fearing the terrible rage of Zampa's father, he dared not return with the body, so he left it with the overturned canoe in the kelp and weeds.

The morning broke, and she saw the weeds and the kelp where her lover had gone from her sight, and, with a glad sigh, she clasped Zampa's child to her breast and sank down among the weeds where he had died.

"When, therefore, the people of his tribe found the bodies of Kitt-a-youx and her child among the kelp, having heard of her love for Zampa, they bore them to the same cave, and, wrapping them in furs, they placed Kitt-a-youx beside her beloved husband, and in her burial she found her home and felt the kindness of the Great Spirit.

Now they are very few, and we find them only in dangerous spots, hiding on rocks or floating kelp.

They had a rare team of dogs, Caesar and Wolf and Grouch and the rest,five or six uneasy crabs which they had caught and harnessed to a tiny sledge made from a curved root and a shingle tied together with a bit of sea-kelp.

So it was my purpose this year to again use one in skirting the shores of the deep bays, and in looking for bears, which show themselves in the early spring upon the mountain sides, or roam the beach in search of kelp.

This light exercise lasts for a week or so, when he sets out to feed upon the beach kelp, which acts as a purge.

My Aleuts seemed to think that the bears were probably near, having come down to the shore in search of kelp.

There was in the harbour, before us, a Campbelltown vessel, the Betty, Kenneth Morrison master, taking in kelp, and bound for Ireland.

"I do think he might write from his ranch and acknowledge the money I sent him," she told herself now, neglecting the sand-dabs to stare through the galleon window at the floating seaweed on the tide-dark gold-green kelp, like lost laurel-wreaths torn from the brows of drowned divinities.

The two battleships had long ago finished their speed trial; and trails of floating kelp lay like golden sea-serpents asleep under the blue ripple of the sea.

A Siren sweet and debonair, With wristlets woven of colored weeds, And oblong lucent amber beads Of sea-kelp shining in her hair.

With this they catch their fish, which are in great quantities among the kelp.

* * * * * THE LIGHT-KEEPER For years I've seen the frothy lines go thund'rin' down the shore; For years the surge has tossed its kelp and wrack about my door; I've heard the sea-wind sing its song in whispers 'round the place, And fought it when it flung the sand, like needles, in my face.

death on the sunken reef Where the jagged ledge is hid and the slimy seaweeds grow, And the long kelp streamers wave in the dark green depths below, Where, under the shell-clad hulk, the gaunt shark makes his lair, Toilers upon the sea, here is the reef!

He could not kelp feeling flattered.

Eight-year-old Michael Mallin drags kelp out of a rush basket and packs it down for fertilizer between the brown ridges of the little hand-spaded field in Donegal.

When the early sun bronzed the bog, and streaked the dark pool below with gold, Paddy and his father began to feed the dried wavy strands of kelp between the hungry brown furrow lips.

That stuff he's selling us isn't as good as kelp, and he won't tell us what it's made of."

The Vansittart's employment had been the examination of the north-east extreme of Tasmania, some portions of which were found to be nine miles out in latitude; the greater part was fronted with kelp and rocky patches.

The most outlying and remarkable are the St. George's Rocks, a cluster of grey granite boulders, 66 feet high; a patch of moored kelp, however, on which the water sometimes breaks, lies three miles East-South-East from the Black Reef.

When within two cables and a half of the Shear Beacon, the course should be changed in the direction of the Red Beacon on the Barrel Rock, the first on the eastern side, to avoid a patch of kelp, extending one cable and a half in an easterly direction from the Shear Beacon, the depth, there, at low-water is 9 fathoms, and the least in the channel is 4 fathoms, on a ledge, apparently extending from Low Head to the Middle Ground.

The Western Channel is two cables wide, with a depth, in the shoalest part, of 10 fathoms; it is formed by the Middle Ground on the eastern side, and the Yellow Rock Reef on the western; the latter is an extensive patch of kelp, with a double light-coloured rock near its extremity.

When abreast of the Shear Beacon, steer for the next beyond on the west side of the channel, to avoid a long patch of kelp, with three and five fathoms in it, extending two cables and a half to the South-South-West of the Barrel Rock.

The master of her states, that he sounded on it in seven fathoms, and saw moored kelp occupying the space of about half a mile.

The kelp might have been adrift, and the sea, in that neighbourhood, often breaks irregularly as if on foul ground.

About dark we had made sufficient offing and turned northward, plowing through large fields of kelp.

IODINE, a non-metallic element originally obtained from kelp, but now found in South America in combination with sodium, used largely both free and in combination in medicine and surgery, in photography, and in making aniline dyes.

KELP, an alkaline substance derived from the ashes of certain sea-weeds, yielding iodine, soda, potass, and certain oils; kelp-burning was formerly a valuable industry in Orkney and the Hebrides.

KELP, an alkaline substance derived from the ashes of certain sea-weeds, yielding iodine, soda, potass, and certain oils; kelp-burning was formerly a valuable industry in Orkney and the Hebrides.

GLASS-WORT, or KELP.

O but my delicate lover XLV Softer than the hill-fog to the forest XLVI I seek and desire XLVII Like torn sea-kelp in the drift XLVIII Fine woven purple linen XLIX

10 XLVII Like torn sea-kelp in the drift Of the great tides of the sea, Carried past the harbour-mouth

Rauparaha, lowered down a sea-cliff, hid among the kelp by the rocks beneath.

Seaweed and kelp wave to us as we pass, long-stemmed sea grasses moving by the action of the waves, like a feather boa worn by some sea nymph, twist and turn like a thing alive; tall, feathery plumes, as white as snow, or as green as emerald, toss to and fro, and make obeisance to old Neptune.

In Japan, other stuffs such as kelp, dried small sardines and katsuobushi are also used for Japanese dishes, too.

In places where sea otters have returned, like Juan de Fuca Strait, they ate enough sea urchins that the kelp forests grew back.

In some places, kelp forests turn into urchin barrens and then grow back depending on the currents that year.

In the Monterey Aquarium there is a large forest of kelp.

Kelp can grow in large stands called kelp forests.

Kelp can grow in large stands called kelp forests.

Kelp can reach a length of up to 60 metres.

Scientists performed tank and ocean experiments on other animals, such as lobsters, to see if they would eat enough purple sea urchins to help the kelp forests grow back, but they only helped a little.

There are many different kinds of kelp.

The reduction in the kelp supply may also have contributed to their extinction.

Although the kelp forestsโ€™ mitigation potential in the canopy didnโ€™t reach the sensitive organisms on the sea floor, the researchers did find an overall less acidic environment within the kelp forest compared to outside of it.

Although the kelp forestsโ€™ mitigation potential in the canopy didnโ€™t reach the sensitive organisms on the sea floor, the researchers did find an overall less acidic environment within the kelp forest compared to outside of it.

In 2016, the state passed a bill commissioning scientific research on the ability of kelp and seagrasses to reduce ocean acidification locally, which has led to different reports.

Instead, it sells ready-to-eat blanched, shredded kelp that can be tossed into any dish; and pureed kelp cubes, good for smoothies but also handy for sauces, baked goods and salad dressings.

Instead, it sells ready-to-eat blanched, shredded kelp that can be tossed into any dish; and pureed kelp cubes, good for smoothies but also handy for sauces, baked goods and salad dressings.

The introduced kelp has so far been controlled, but there are worries present.

The organisms that live in the canopy or could move into it are most likely to benefit from kelpโ€™s local acidification relief, they write.

Thereโ€™s also feather boa kelp, which is a long seaweed with fronds that come off.

These advances would in no way be an end-all to the issues faced by California kelp forests.

Workers at Westwind Orchard in Accord, N.Y., about 70 miles south of Albany, on Friday night sprayed water, molasses and kelp mineral on budding apple blossoms to help protect them against the cold.

Coral and sponge reefs and kelp forests support an amazing array of life, making them important feeding grounds for seabirds, marine mammals, and commercially important fish species.

Dalhousie students walking the shore of Peggyโ€™s Cove are on the lookout for the tiny creatures and plants that live on or near those famous rocks: the kelp, the barnacles, Irish moss, periwinkles and algae.

For example, kelps attach to the substrate with strong holdfasts, barnacles stick to rocks by secreting cement, and sea stars have thousands of tube feet that hug the shore with tiny suction cups.

Her work has a strong coastal feel, and often features shorelines, native arbutus trees, and underwater kelp gardens.

It's very industry driven," said Carrie Humchitt, a former legal adviser for the Heiltsuk and a logistics coordinator for the spawn on kelp fishery with the First Nation's Gladstone Reconciliation Society.

Just in case there is another single skein of Sea Silk calling your name, check out the Kelp Garden Scarf on my blog.

Low in fat, it contains triple-ground turkey necks & backs, beef tripe, turkey liver and kelp.

Most recently, weโ€™ve been working on evolutionary relationships between the various species of kelp, all of this work with DNA.

Another common kelp found on the beaches after a storm is the Three-ribbed Kelp, a. It can also grow in huge patches and when dislodged in the rough seas can form large masses at the tide's edge.

Another common kelp found on the beaches after a storm is the Three-ribbed Kelp, a. It can also grow in huge patches and when dislodged in the rough seas can form large masses at the tide's edge.

Nylon threads were seeded with spores from fertile fronds of kelp harvested in Paspรฉbiac Bay.

One of the fastest growing in the world is the Bull Kelp, Nereocystis luetkeana.

Seaweed or kelp was gathered by farmers at the shore and spread over the soil to promote composting.

She says the steady loss of the kelp removes an important habitat for other species and has a cascading effect through the marine environment by contributing to a depletion of food sources for fish.

Similar to land-based forests, kelp forests provide essential habitat for species and also help remove CO2 from the atmosphere.

They are harvested in the roe, spawn on kelp, food and bait, and special use fisheries, creating employment and contributing significantly to revenue generated from fisheries in BC.

This project seeks to understand the long-term history of kelp forests in the Channel Islands of southern California.

To protect ourselves from the damage caused by nuclear radiation, we can consume at least 2 tablespoons of seaweed daily such as dulse, kelp or nori, and learn to cook with them.

We havenโ€™t really gotten into the concept of farming kelp.

With sea otters gone, super-abundant sea urchins decimated kelp forest habitat, but high shellfish abundance also fuelled coastal fisheries and community harvest.