a growing appetite in a sentence
1. In the Middle East, a growing appetite for eating frog legs and the consequent gathering of them for food was linked to an increase in mosquitoes.
2. Bereft of options, Pullo has taken up "mortality work" for Erastes Fulmen, descending into the underworld as a knife-wielding hit man, spending his pay on prostitutes and a growing appetite for opium.
3. This tournament lasted for five years, however, by the 1960s there was a growing appetite for a similar competition.
4. This tournament lasted for five years, however, by the 1960s there was a growing appetite for a similar competition.
5. In recent years there has been a growing appetite for access to new data sources that might prove useful in quantifying and understanding human behavior both at the individual and collective scales.
6. She argued instead that US wine drinkers have shown a growing appetite for more balanced and drinkable wines.
7. Chinese consumers have a growing appetite for instant noodles;
8. With global tariffs falling, and an increasingly integrated and complex Single Market, European Union member states have shown a growing appetite to conclude bilateral and multilateral agreements that do not pertain to exclusive competencies of the Union, such as agreements on investment and intellectual property with third countries.
9. Sedater [sic] schools of journalism looked askance at many of Mr. Grover's "revolutionary" changes, but the public evinced a growing appetite for them.
10. With recovery in Western economies still looking fragile, there will be a growing appetite to invest in Africa, adding to the forays already made by China and India.
11. eventually turned against them, they found new proxies and in 1996 invaded themselves, driven by fear of the génocidaires, a lust for revenge and a growing appetite for diamonds.
- frog legs
- the consequent gathering
- their decline
- The western terrestrial garter snake
- Thamnophis elegans
- two species
- the Yosemite toad
- Bufo canorus
- the mountain yellow-legged frog
- Rana muscosa
- the snake's future
- other predators
- the ponds
- fewer frogs
- fewer tadpoles
- an important role
- an overgrowth
- the algae
- Aquatic invertebrates
- unpredictable ecological consequences
- A global strategy
- eighty leading experts
- action details
- the IUCN
- a comprehensive global strategy
- amphibian conservation
- an organization
- the ex-situ conservation recommendations
- this plan
- threatened amphibians
- One such project
- the Panama Amphibian Rescue and Conservation Project
- existing conservation efforts
- a country-wide response
- -150 Alaska
- : Аля́ска
- a U.S. state
- the northwest extremity
- the country's West Coast