a bundle in a sentence
1. Turnip (flower) A bundle of Tokyo turnips.
2. That is a bundle of news and no mistake.
3. His symbol is a bundle of sticks.
4. We bet it makes a bundle".
5. The product is only available as a bundle;
6. "We lost a bundle," James said.
7. A faggot is a large log or a bundle of ash sticks.
8. A funiculus is a bundle of axons.
9. On her back she carries a bundle of light.
10. A bundle consists of 2 reams or 40 quires.
11. The EP is a bundle containing the EP and a DVD.
12. A bundle of Catholic books were found.
13. Enter Sadiku, who is carrying a bundle.
14. A bundle has been released.
15. He brought with him a bundle of apple scions.
16. On her back she carries a bundle of light.
17. A bundle of both purchases was also released.
18. In personal identity, Hume was a bundle theorist.
19. A bundle of woman's hair was found in its stomach.
20. Usually it is treated as a "bundle of rights".
21. Between each point was a bundle of golden spears.
22. Lost a bundle."
23. Scoring is kept by using a bundle of sticks.
24. She is a bundle of talent still left unattended.
25. Each nerve is composed of a bundle of axons.
26. This condition is known as a bundle branch block.
27. Instead there was only a bundle of hair.
28. Mrs. Wrong "is a bundle of nerves;
29. bridal gown costs a bundle.
30. A bundle of extra "fancy starch" had come in.
- the spermatophore
- her cloaca
- the sperm
- The largest family
- the lungless salamanders
- all salamander species
- The family Salamandridae
- the true salamanders
- the name "newt
- its subfamily Pleurodelinae
- The third suborder
- the four species
- a single family
- eel-like aquatic salamanders
- much reduced forelimbs
- no hind limbs
- their features
- the cloacal glands
- male salamandrids
- the females
- sperm storage
- a behaviour
- external fertilisation
- ophis meaning
- long, cylindrical, limbless animals
- a snake- or worm-like form
- The adults
- Thomson's caecilian
- (Caecilia thompsoni
- A caecilian's skin
- transverse folds
- tiny embedded dermal scales
- rudimentary eyes
- discerning differences
- light intensity
- short tentacles
- tactile and olfactory functions
- Most caecilians
- damp soil
- rotten wood