a fleeting glimpse in a sentence
1. The presence of a particular species in an area may be more easily discerned by its characteristic call than by a fleeting glimpse of the animal itself.
2. Many of these creatures will only be apparent from their tracks and trails or from a fleeting glimpse of a diminutive gerbil, or zig-zigging hare, in the car headlights at night.
3. The film's trailers provided only a fleeting glimpse of the dinosaurs, a tactic journalist Josh Horowitz described as "that old Spielberg axiom of never revealing too much" after Spielberg and director Michael Bay did the same for their production of Transformers in 2007.
4. Hermann Nitsch carrying out a performance in his homonymous museum (2009) Performance by Bryan Zanisnik, called When I Was a Child I Caught a Fleeting Glimpse, 2009.
5. It is a magnificent time portal into the past, a fleeting glimpse of a band that actually had the balls to walk it like they talked it" and that "no live recording has captured the primal elements of rock more than the MC5's inaugural effort."
6. Trescothick was dismissed for 14 from 12 in his first match outside England since 2006, "after offering a fleeting glimpse of his talent" according to ESPNcricinfo.
7. A while later, someone else – it is getting dark and only a fleeting glimpse of the new visitor is caught – arrives at the inn.
8. In the commentary for this episode, Douglas Petrie reveals that after Spike attacks Willow in her dorm room and the scene immediately cuts to commercial after a fleeting glimpse of the corridor outside with people who fail to hear Willow's screams, he wanted viewers to believe that Willow had actually been killed.
9. Alauddin gets a fleeting glimpse of her in a mirror in a building at a distance across the water tank.
10. Waters invoked non-being or non-existence in The Wall, with the lyrics to "Comfortably Numb": "I caught a fleeting glimpse, out of the corner of my eye.
11. While the previous album, Voyageur, contained minimal amounts of the project's signature sounds, A posteriori only contains the signature "Enigma horn" (a foghorn) during the opening minute of the album, and even then it is a fleeting glimpse.
12. His mother caught a fleeting glimpse of him running away after committing the crime, which drove her slightly mad.
13. The summer after his junior year, at a program for minorities at MIT, he gets a fleeting glimpse of life outside, a glimpse that turns into a face-on challenge one year later: acceptance into Brown University, an Ivy League school.
14. Ultimately, only a tiny bit of the Miloliʻi footage actually appeared in the movie, offering just a fleeting glimpse (a few seconds on screen) of the village beach early in the film.
15. Whilst there he thought he caught a fleeting glimpse of land to the west.
16. Whilst there he thought he caught a fleeting glimpse of land to the west.
17. While running, Keroro accidentally loses his Kero Ball and Fuyuki catches a fleeting glimpse of a glowing young woman as he is running out, and tells Keroro that there is a girl in the room, but he is forced to leave the room before he can say anything else.
18. The motion of the plant is solidified and has the duration of many years, while the dance of the little girl is observed in but a fleeting glimpse of each movement.
19. The only Wonderland character to make an appearance at this point is a fleeting glimpse of the Cheshire Cat.
20. Heading out into the ancient British countryside, the duo go in search of a chance encounter, a fleeting glimpse or a full blow package holiday to another realm.
21. Ridgers's photography captured the transitory nature of culture, a fleeting glimpse into what arrives, passes and is gone.
22. Perhaps the most startling moment of the evening featured the lone Kesha on stage [...] she offered a fleeting glimpse at her under-utilized vocal talent."
23. While Digital Spy considered the new power-ups "much more powerful and visually striking," Donlan found them disheartening as "they don't make you rethink the game in," but claimed Berg to be an exception: "His animation is glorious [...] and with deep freeze you get a fleeting glimpse of the game Peggle 2 could have been if the designers had been a little more ambitious."
24. Man in a Hammock is testament to the close association of two artists, Metzinger and Gleizes, and to their shared social, cultural and philosophical conviction that painting represented more than a fleeting glimpse of the world in which they lived, that indeed by showing multiple facets of a subject captured at successive intervals in time simultaneously, a truer more complete image would emerge.
25. Man in a Hammock is testament to the close association between Mercereau, Metzinger and Gleizes, and to their shared social, cultural and philosophical conviction that painting represented more than a fleeting glimpse of the world in which they lived, that by showing multiple facets of a subject captured at successive intervals in time simultaneously, a truer more complete image would emerge.
26. Frank Brady, who was hired by Basic Systems as a promotional consultant, later said the book "lacked color or even a fleeting glimpse into the real way Bobby's mental processes work."
27. These illusions appear and disappear in the blink of an eye, and often viewers are only able to obtain a fleeting glimpse of the image.
28. When viewed in this light, he states that "memory becomes a creative act, a developmental fleshing-out of a fleeting glimpse or feeling."
29. The cinema release of the film was accompanied by an documentary titled "A Fleeting Glimpse", capturing behind the scenes footage of the band rehearsing, performing sound-checks before shows and in the aftermath of performances.
30. two-hour bus ride back to Guilin fron Yangdi (or Yangshuo) provides a fleeting glimpse of typical Guangxi countryside.
- the sound
- the vocal cords
- an air sac
- a balloon
- a resonator
- the atmosphere
- The main vocalisation
- the male's loud advertisement call
- a female
- other males
- a quieter courtship call
- a more aggressive version
- a male intruder
- the expenditure
- much energy
- Other calls
- the advertisement call
- a release call
- unwanted attempts
- a distress
- fright call
- a scream
- The usually nocturnal Cuban tree frog
- Osteopilus septentrionalis
- a rain call
- the territorial behaviour
- home ranges
- such behaviour
- even juveniles
- many frog species
- territorial defence
- specific adaptations
- enlarged teeth
- an aggressive posture
- the intruder
- red back salamanders
- Plethodon cinereus
- marked individuals
- their original daytime retreat