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1. It took me some time to undergo the metamorphosis from teacher to lecturer.
2. A butterfly is produced by metamorphosis from a caterpillar.
3. She had undergone an amazing metamorphosis from awkward schoolgirl to beautiful woman.
4. Beetles undergo a complete metamorphosis in their life cycle.
5. Further spotlighting that metamorphosis, Bush's budget used tones of moderation to describe its effort to rein in spending.
6. The metamorphosis was something to behold.
7. When this imperceptible metamorphosis took place, it would not be long before another marriage was arranged.
8. The difficult time is immediately after metamorphosis, when they must have live food small enough to ingest.
9. At the piano chord to signal the metamorphosis, the panel flies open revealing the picture of a dead face.
10. At this stage immediately after metamorphosis, they are vulnerable to another unexpected source of predation.
11. Within the chrysalis the insect undergoes complete metamorphosis.
12. Ontogeny , phylogeny, evolution and metamorphosis are all related, all different aspects of the same larger process.
13. That metamorphosis may lower the governmental shield of full or partial sovereign immunity to tort claims and change the forums in which contract and tort disputes may be adjudicated.
14. Insects that undergo incomplete metamorphosis lack a pupal stage and adults develop through a series of nymphal stages.
15. Larvae of this species fail to undergo metamorphosis, so the adults remain aquatic and gilled .
16. Under the new editor, the magazine has undergone a metamorphosis.
17. One of the favourite games in fairy tales is metamorphosis.
18. Conclusion Simmel's work provides a focus for a review or the metamorphosis or the concept of objectification.
19. The mythical opponents, Vishnu representing complacency and preservation and Siva symbolizing change and metamorphosis[sentencedict.com], gain another perspective in the light of physics.
20. Those lacking confidence in their own scientific skills and knowledge, are undergoing a metamorphosis with a 20-day course at Teesside Polytechnic.
21. Most of Oldenberg's monuments have not been permanent and have incorporated change-movement and sometimes metamorphosis.
22. Allocating them to niches of higher or lower favour on a cabbalistic tree, they claimed to detect some principle of metamorphosis.
23. In one of my close acquaintances at B.P., rationing and shortages seemed to effect an eccentric metamorphosis.
24. Books and movies appear to be undergoing the same kind of metamorphosis worldwide that is transforming the music business.
25. After the larvae pupate, they undergo the dramatic transformations into the adult that constitutes metamorphosis.
26. Morphologies of glochidium and juvenile mussel were studied during parasitic metamorphosis development of Anodonta woodiana pacifica.
27. The main features are: body temperature is not constant; oviparous , larvae live in water, after metamorphosis after ...
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28. During the Devonian period, insects began to exploit terrestrial environments. Flight, the exoskeleton, and metamorphosis are probably keys to insect success.
29. The mulberry silkworm belongs to Bombycidae. It is an insect of complete metamorphosis. There are four stages of its life: egg, larva, pupa and moth.
30. Layered under the imaginative die-cut pages are lessons about counting, the days of the week and the magic of metamorphosis.
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