Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
But, your grace, you really should let us put on the plastron.
The plastron and some parts of the body have white markings.
The plastron is ivory in color with small black spots.
The plastron and bridges are cream to yellow or brown.
Some insects that live in water have a plastron, which is a kind of gill.
Growth in both sexes is similar until about 160 mm plastron length.
The plastron is mostly yellow with or without fine, radiating, black lines.
The plastron and the edges of the carapace are white.
The prince's voice was muffled through the plastron of the helmet.
The plastron (bottom shell) is large and thick along the edges.
The belly of the shell, the plastron, is also a dark brown to black color with light marks present.
The front and back of the plastron are connected by a flexible hinge.
The plastron of the male looks slightly concave while the female's is flat.
Hansen gripped the edge of the heavy plastron and helped pull it open.
The plastron is hinged so that some individuals can completely close their shell.
The junior led them to a trooper lying plastron up some distance from the others.
The plastron is hinged, and can be brown, grey, black, or yellow.
The plastron is yellow-brown turning nearly black near the seams.
The skeletal elements of the plastron are also largely in pairs.
The male can be identified by the slightly concave shape to its plastron.
There was a black star-burst in the center of the gold and scarlet plastron.
The plastron is reddish brown to black, sometimes with blotches of yellow.
The lower shell that encases the belly is called the plastron.
The plastron is orange-red, and may also have large dark blotches.
The individual ants lose their plastron layer and can drown within seconds, he said.
His neck-cloth and silk shirt had seen better days.
They sat me down in a chair, untied my neck-cloth, and brought me some water.
Well, are you through with this damned neck-cloth?
His spruce white neck-cloth was greying with damp and collapsing upon itself.
He wore no waistcoat, just a sweat-soaked tunic of the finest silk under a loose black neck-cloth.
For drawing rooms matching breeches with white silk stockings, and a white neck-cloth was worn.
She grappled with it concretely, making a cat- like leap for the murderer and gripping his neck-cloth with both her hands.
He made sure his hood and cloak were cinched tight around him, and pulled his black neck-cloth up over his lower face.
The twisting of a neck-cloth, the thrusting of a body behind a door could be done in an instant, so long as it was that instant.
Thankee, steward,' said Stephen, getting up, tying his neck-cloth (which was all he had taken off) and locking his chest. '
It still held my neck-cloth in its misshapen hands, and by that I knew that it had been set upon my trail by Lord Valerian.
Stragos reached out and adjusted some of Locke's details -tightening his neck-cloth, shifting the hang of the empty scabbard at his belt. '
When Sylvester raised his quizzing-glass he was not at all unnerved, because it was plain that Sylvester was studying the exquisite folds of his neck-cloth.
Killick, be so good as to bring a respectable white shirt, the blue coat whose button you were replacing, a neck-cloth, a pair of duck trousers, stockings, shoes - buckled shoes - and a handkerchief.'
And the jaw of Peel fell; and the face of Twiss was as the face of a damned soul; and Herries looked like Judas taking his neck-cloth off for the last operation.
Killick opened his mouth: but to Captain Aubrey's astonishment he shut it again, paused, said, 'Aye-aye, sir: respectable white shirt it is, the blue coat, neck-cloth, ducks, stockings, buckled shoes, wipe,' and hurried away.
A rough yet respectable coat and hat, a new shirt and neck-cloth, were the chief of these; and having satisfied himself that in appearance at least he would not now offend her, he proceeded to the more interesting particular of buying her some present.
There was once an honest man, whose name I never knew, but whose face I can almost see (it is framed in Victorian whiskers and fixed in a Victorian neck-cloth), who was balancing the achievements of France and England in civilisation and social efficiencies.
Stephen was in fact wearing an old black frock-coat in which he had obviously been either operating or dissecting without an apron; and although late last night Killick had privately taken his shirt and neck-cloth from beside his cot, the Doctor had obviously found where they were stowed.
Dr Maturin had eluded the vigilance of Killick, who supposed that the two doctors were gone aboard the schooner merely to see their friends and who had taken no notice of his rusty old black coat, his breeches unbuttoned at the knee or his crumpled neck-cloth, spotted with blood from a recent shaving.