Learn English Grammar From A–Z
- Lurking in these holes, the ants grab the legs and antennae of unsuspecting insects.
- In these fossils, detail of legs, antennae, wings, and even small body hairs are preserved.
- The only appendages that all crustaceans have in common is two pairs of antennae.
- It was a female, as evidenced by its plump, rounded abdomen and thin antennae.
- Without claws, spiny lobsters use their antennae to fend off predators.
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- The interference involves a number of television antennas often used on boats.
- Avoid contact with power lines connected to the house and with television antennas.
- A closer look reveals unusual devices on its roof - satellite antennas to receive signals from space.
- The plan was to build local telecommunications networks using antennas on customer buildings.
- Dish antennas now receive more than fifty television channels via satellite signals.
- There were no cable lines connected to the house, no antennas mounted on the roof, and no satellite in the yard.
- Of course, all radios and antennas should be tuned for their best performance.
- We suppose they are radio antennas beaming away their signal into the low grey sky.
- And on the roof there was a red and blue light bar with a whole slew of antennas sticking out from the top.
- Installation of the antennas and their associated cabling took about two hours.
- We need agile radios whose antennas can point to other agile radios and not spread radio waves in every direction.
- Radio tags on the market use bulky external antennas and cost about 30 cents and up.
- Their mission changed from checking radios to checking the mounts and antennas.
- Wireless calls can be received by a number of different antennas miles away from the caller.
- It's a touch ugly, to be honest, with three external antennas on top of a small grey box.
- To this day, Russian spacecraft tend to use separate antennas for each communications function.
- Scaled down versions might serve as antennas for communications systems.
- Moments later, automatic commands deployed its solar arrays and navigational antennas.
- With the hilly terrain between the two antennas, the signal would encounter severe attenuation.
- Those antennas are used as part of the U.S. Coast Guard communication system and have been for years.