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1, The old woman doddered from the bed to the table.
2, The poor old man is beginning to dodder.
3, He doddered down the street.
4, Couldn't get round that doddering old snail.
5, Why add them, with their evocation of the doddering loon, slumped, with listless ear-trumpet,(http://sentencedict.com/dodder.html) over the board table?
6, Old Louis, feeble and doddering, choking on his own spit.
7, Reaching a host is tantamount to survival in dodder and several features in its development enhance this ability.
8, After the accident, the driver could only dodder along.
9, Certain plants, including mistletoe and dodder, parasitize other plants to obtain water and nutrients.
10, The dodder is one kind of annual autoecious weed of alfalfa, cosmopolitan weed quar ine object.
11, Jim expression nods dully, next dodder along ground went kitchen.
12, Dodder can reduce agricultural productivity and can render a seed crop unmarketable since it's hard to separate it from its host plant.
13, Dodder:any of various leafless, annual parasitic herbs of the genus Cuscuta that lack chlorophyll and have slender, twining, yellow or reddish stems and small whitish flowers.
14, Objective To investigate the influence of dodder on the activities of cytochrome P450(CYP450) system:CYP1A2, CYP2D6, and CYP3A4 in rat liver microsome.
15, The dodder is one kind of annual autoecious weed of alfalfa, cosmopolitan weed quarantine object.
16, He pretended to his family and friends that his doddering gait was due to old soccer injuries.
17, The cab journey downtown was an anguish of effort, of clogged and doddering crisis.
18, I was particularly amused by Anthony Dowell's cameo as the doddering Emperor, complete with gilded wheelchair.
19, I had expected Gillis to be long since dead or at best a doddering ninety-year-old.
20, Haustorial roots : roots of parasitic plants that can absorb water and nutrients from another plant, such as in mistletoe ( Viscum album ) and dodder .
21, A few bays after her operation, she could only dodder along.
22, Haustoria A specialized outgrowth of many parasitic fungi and certain parasitic plants such as dodder and broomrape, that penetrates into and withdraws food material from the cells of the host plant.
23, There is a gnome's house guarded by a lifesize statue of Dodder, the "oldest gnome in England" and a character in the children's book The Little Grey Men.
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