Sentences Containing 'bicker'
Arriving in Futo and using the T2 Cyclone Memory to transform into the wind manipulating , Maria introduces herself as Maria S. Cranberry and as a member of the who was tracking NEVER, offering her services to Shotaro and Philip in order to get close to the latter so he can be used to power the X-Bicker with the T2 Gaia Memories.
Bicker reported first order kinetics for the dehydration of fructose, etherification of HMF into 5-methoxymethyl-2-furfural (MMF) and by-products formation in methanol.
By filling all of these Memory Slots with the T2 Gaia Memories, Eternal is powered into his mode, able to absorb the X-Bicker energy to produce the green aura that he uses in his Maximum Drive.
Flair and Arn began to bicker, as Arn always felt he was doing Flair's dirty work; a feud developed that led to a match at Fall Brawl on September 17, 1995 in Asheville, North Carolina.
However, their differences are set aside when a crisis erupts showing that even though they might argue and bicker about the smallest matters, they will still come to each other's aid when truly needed at certain times.
Politically, the Staatsgezinde (Republican) faction of the ruling Dutch Regents, led by such talented men as Johan de Witt, his brother Cornelis de Witt, Cornelis de Graeff, Andries de Graeff and Andries Bicker (the last three uncles of Johan de Witt's wife) dominated.
The Staatsgezinde at the height of the Republic in the First Stadholderless Period were led by such talented men as Johan de Witt, his brother Cornelis de Witt, Cornelis de Graeff, Andries de Graeff and Andries Bicker.
More Vocab Words::: avocation - secondary or minor occupation
::: traverse - go through or across
::: astute - wise; shrewd; keen; seeing quickly something that is to one's advantage
::: precursor - forerunner; predecessor
::: corrugated - wrinkled; ridged
::: ploy - strategem to gain an advantage; tactic; Ex. management ploy
::: conciliatory - reconciling; soothing; V. conciliate: reconcile; soothe; win the friendly feelings (by removing anger)
::: lurid - wild; sensational; graphic; gruesome; horrible; Ex. lurid details of the murder
::: navigable - (of a body of water) wide and deep enough to allow ships to pass through; (of a ship or aircraft) able to be steered
::: caustic - burning; corrosive; able to burn by chemical action; sarcastically biting; (of remarks) intended to hurt; bitter; harmful; OP. harmless