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We grew this award-winning hybrid at our Menlo Park, California, campus--in our cool coastal region, it grew thick, fleshy walls with just the barest hint of heat.
Police appealed for "the barest scrap" of information.
The Boat": We slip through the darkness, feeling in the boat's rocking/the heaviness of water, under us, around us;//a halo of light in the west, the barest of moons,/ the least moon possible.
This is to minimize risk to the barest level, while, at the same time, achieving the best investment results with high yields for our shareholders and clients.
It might be worthwhile to note that Our Town (1938) was not the first "vehicle Wilder used to eliminate the obtrusive bric-a-brac of scenery and props" and "synthesize life to its barest elements" ("Welcome Back to Grover's Corners," May/June '08).
Characteristically but again unsurprisingly, he makes not the barest nod to the undeniable fact that much of the economic and political "inequality" that he deplores is directly traceable to the breakdown of the family, a breakdown that in turn is traceable to the very welfare programs that he apparently wishes to justify.
But this is the barest minimum for initial treatment and goodness knows how long we'll be out there.
Under the barest of conditions, she and others treated 60 children.
Thus Tasos Hadjitatsis cleverly suggests that the power of literature is beyond dualities like true or false, right or wrong, and rather lies in the way it seduces the reader to imbue with personal interest even the barest of information.
The barest touch of nickel, found in coins, makes the Scots comic's hands swell to twice their normal size.
Petrovich's dialogue is stark without being minimal, dramatizing the complexities of plot, character, and ontological debate with the barest of brushstrokes.
As Europolitics announced (see Europolitics 3317), EU economic and financial affairs ministers adopted the barest of conclusions on the fight against VAT tax fraud.