(1) Denni Karlsson and I are standing by a glacial river as it hammers through a rocky gorge.
(2) Ecologic studies of small mammals in Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) were conducted in 1974 in order to identify the specific habitats within the Lower Montane Forest that support Colorado tick fever (CTF) virus.
(3) Eight cases of snakebite occurred in seven of 11 captive Rocky Mountain elk (Cervus elaphus nelsoni) during June and July 1987.
(4) The data from this study demonstrate that false-positive results from tests for Rocky Mountain spotted fever increase with the duration of pregnancy.
(5) The Rocky Mountain Poison Center is a model system for regionalization.
(6) Clinical responses, hematology and serum chemistry values, and pathological findings were similar to those found in humans ill with Rocky Mountain spotted fever.
(7) Seth Smith makes the final out of the A's season, which is a good luck charm for the Boston Red Sox, as Smith made the final out for the Colorado Rockies in the 2007 World Series that Boston won.
(8) But this year forward-thinking mainstream rappers such as A$AP Rocky, Drake and Nicki Minaj have created a fertile soil for the growth of a new kind of normal.
(9) Rocky: Das Musical , the stage adaptation of the much-loved Sylvester Stallone film , has opened to a rapturous critical reception in Hamburg.
(10) The technique allows retrospective analysis of certain organs for pathogenesis of involvement in Rocky Moutain spotted fever and offers a specific diagnostic test.
(11) A computer search of cancer patients enrolled in the Rocky Mountain Cancer Data System between 1973 to 1983 revealed 1,362 patients with hypopharyngeal cancer, 1,208 of whom could be staged by the American Joint Committee on cancer staging criteria.
(12) EU cash originally built the network of huge tanks and seawater pumps for a salmon farm on this stretch of rocky coast.
(13) "At the end of the day, Rocky is a love story and he could never have reached the final bell without Adrian.
(14) Reported cases of Rocky Mountain spotted fever in the United States have been increasing since 1960 and reached an all-time high of 754 cases in 1974.
(15) North of the main jetty and beach, the coast curves out towards a rocky headland, and the further you go, the more likely you are to have it to yourself.
(16) The Private Islands Online website, which specialises in selling island paradises and rocky outcrops across the world, says a little bit of land surrounded by sea in the Cyclades or Dodecanese is the perfect trophy asset: "Greek islands are the ultimate status symbol, evoking images of sunglass-sporting shipping magnates sipping champagne on the deck of enormous yachts."
(17) RF Rapids wait 7 years and 62 minutes to regain local bragging rights Colorado Rapids ended Saturday night in third place in the West, three points behind leaders Real Salt Lake, but crucially for them, they also ended up in possession of the Rocky Mountain Cup, after coming from behind twice to tie up the game with Real Salt Lake and take the series for the first time in seven years.
(18) The rocky islets lie roughly equidistant between the Japanese and South Korean mainland in a stretch of water referred to as the East Sea by Koreans.
(19) Sandwood Bay in Scotland Photograph: Alamy Am Buachaille, a rocky sea stack, stood guard-like to one side, the giant grey slabs which cut into the sea were bathed in frothing waves, and the dim glow of the Cape Wrath lighthouse sent out a muted white beam beyond the cliffs to my right.
(20) Stallone, whose career was launched by Rocky, and who has previously sung in films such as Rhinestone , is unlikely to be cast himself.
(n.) The quality or state of being stony.
(1) Sitting on his stony porch, Rao asserts that he is not being romantic about the benefits of agriculture: “Here we earn more than 120,000 rupees [£1,170] a year, and our cost of living is one-fifth that of a city’s.
(2) Digital examination revealed that the prostate became stony-hard and larger 10 weeks after the initial BCG immunotherapy.
(3) Freed of the need to wave their tentacles around to hunt for food, the coral can devote more energy to secreting the mineral calcium carbonate, from which they form a stony exoskeleton.
(4) Not because the arts and humanities are especially hard to legitimise, but because everything is hard to justify when your opponent is standing there with crossed arms and a stony face.
(5) If someone’s able to keep such a stony-faced expression, it’s either high theatrics or they have no sympathy,” she added.
(6) It would face the same challenges and would continue to act in much the same way, steering the country towards new elections in late 2017 or 2018 and pursuing the stony path of incremental economic reform.
(7) We evaluated five enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays from Stony Brook (NY) University Hospital, Cambridge Bioscience (Worcester, Mass), Hillcrest Biologicals (Cypress, Calif), Sigma Diagnostics (St Louis, Mo), and Zeus-Wampole Scientific Inc (Raritan, NJ) and two fluorescent antibody tests (3M [Diagnostic Systems Inc, Santa Clara, Calif] and FIAX [Whittaker M.A.
(8) Without naming and shaming, during the USA's game against Portugal, I saw one leftwing tweeter ask with plaintive, stony-faced sincerity "how can anyone be supporting the imperialists?"
(9) No one is considered universally funny: there will always be someone stony-faced and dry-eyed in a room filled with hilarity, wondering what everyone else is laughing at.
(10) To a stony-faced audience at a conference organised by Learning Without Frontiers, she said: "We should recognise and embrace some of the good things that came out of the 19th century."
(11) The villages, whose populations range from a few hundred to 2,000, are scattered on stony land criss-crossed by busy roads, electricity pylons and cables and water pipes.
(12) Watched stony-faced by the Israeli delegation led by ambassador Ron Prosor, Abbas on Wednesday called for the international community to recognise Palestine as a state under occupation in the same way that countries were occupied in the second world war.
(13) If one of the first signs of ageing is being irritated by the young, I'd transformed into the ultimate short-fused, stony-eyed Methuselah.
(14) To help meet the need for physician manpower in preventive medicine a new residency was established at the State University of New York at Stony Brook in July 1983.
(15) The Stony Brook Child Psychiatric Checklist, a parent completed rating instrument based on DSM-III-R, was used as part of a psychiatric inpatient admission evaluation.
(16) At the School of Medicine of the State University of New York at Stony Brook, the surgical clerkship became mandatory in 1976.
(17) Labour's riposte will be that the more difficult the economic news the stronger the yearning will be for a "change election" on the economy and the greater the premium on fairness in austerity – fertile terrain for Miliband, stony ground for the incumbent Cameron.
(18) The gland becomes stony hard, is not displaceable and, characteristically, the fibrous tissue penetrates the capsule and infiltrates into surrounding structures such as muscles, vessels, nerves and even the trachea.
(19) The liver was markedly enlarged and of stony consistency.
(20) The anti-Trident activists wave at the Faslane workers as they come and go; the workers remain stony-faced.