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Word: hatch

Definition: deck opening; lid covering a deck opening; V: emerge from an egg; produce (young) from an egg

Sentences Containing 'hatch'

A fixed camera was fitted, operating through a hatch in the fuselage floor.
A power-driven cargo hatch leads from the flight deck to the tank deck.
A separate pictogram monitored door and hatch opening and exterior light bulb condition.
Additionally a single piece hatch covers the top of the troop compartment.
After 3–4 more weeks, the pupae hatch into adult workers.
After spawning both parents leave the nests buried in shallow shoals until the eggs hatch.
After the eggs are laid, they hatch into a larval period that can range anywhere from four to 20 weeks.
Although it is beneficial to feed on seeds, larvae do not enter the pods immediately after they hatch.
An adult female can lay between 45 to 250 eggs that usually hatch within three to 17 days.
At a temperature of 28°C, the young will hatch after approximately 45 days.
Base models have the reverse lights incorporated into the tail light assembly whereas the LE models had them incorporated into the rear hatch.
Being fixed on the summit of the mast, you ascend into it through a little trap-hatch in the bottom.
Col. Edward Hatch to attack the Confederate rear and left flank, respectively.
Coney Hatch, Coney Hatch's first album, was released in 1982.
David Hatch is a former member of the Cronulla Sharks rugby league team.
David may possibly have originated from Hare Hatch, east of Reading.
Directly behind the driver position is the vehicle commander's hatch.
Eggs are laid in gelatinous strings in the water and later hatch out into tadpoles.
Eggs are laid on tamarisk leaves and bark and hatch in about a week in warm weather.
Even eggs that successfully hatch can fossilize.
Females lay 3–7 eggs that hatch after 4–5 months.
For the 37 nesting attempts followed to hatch, egg survival was 84.38%.
Hatch played many games as captain of the Cronulla Sharks from 1978-1990.
He often acts as the voice of caution when other characters hatch harebrained schemes.
Here, they are aerated by the pleopods (swimming legs) until they are ready to hatch.
Immediately to the left of the engine is the driver, above whom is a hatch that opens to the right.
Inside the snail, the eggs hatch and develop into cercariae.
Males then guard the nest until the eggs hatch.
Mating occurs in the spring, and the female lays a clutch of up to 24 eggs which hatch in the fall.
More than 100 spiderlings (each about 2 mm long) hatch inside the egg case.
Removing this hatch we expose the great try-pots, two in number, and each of several barrels' capacity.
Richard Hatch is the detective investigating the deaths with Richard Roundtree playing his captain.
Several months following this event, the eggs finally start to hatch.
The eggs hatch after approximately two weeks and drift passively in the plankton.
The eggs hatch in as little as eight hours.
The eggs hatch in early fall, and the newly hatched young are approximately in total length.
The eggs will fall to the bottom of the tank, where they will hatch in three days.
The female then buries the eggs in a small gravel mound; they hatch in 95 to 100 days.
The hatch house is now operated as a fish hatchery museum.
The hatch, removed from the top of the works, now afforded a wide hearth in front of them.
The next race was the BOAC 500 at Brands Hatch, where the 908 was finally successful, finishing 1-2-3 ahead of a Ferrari 312P.
The season began at Brands Hatch on 4 April and finished after 28 races over 10 rounds also at Brands Hatch on 4 October, supporting rounds of the British Touring Car Championship.
The tour kicked off on June 2 at the Namba Hatch in Osaka.
The two white eggs hatch in 17 to 19 days, and the young leave the nest at 24 to 26 days of age.
Then crossing his arms on his breast with Yojo between, he called for the coffin lid (hatch he called it) to be placed over him.
They lay their eggs in patches on a firm substrate and guard them vigorously until they hatch.
This shape was also not unique, being available on the Vauxhall Cavalier Sports Hatch variant.
When spawning, the females deposit their eggs inside bivalves, where they hatch and the young remain until they can swim.
When Taylor Mase steal a red kite egg, he is not expecting it to hatch out — but it does.
When the young finally hatch, they are about in length and grow, reaching in length their first year.

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