Thesaurus / wild


Still, in an ozone-polluted environment in the wild, tobacco hawkmoths would have to be close enough to a tobacco flower to see it to learn its altered scent, and Knaden isn’t sure how often that will occur.
The machine learning adds just enough of a wild card on top of the scripted tracks to give each user a unique mix.
That’s a wild claim until you consider that the series’ spin-off has been attracting more viewers than would-be franchise contenders like “Real Housewives” and “Below Deck.”
When people put eggs in the wild, there’s no antibiotic, so daughters die.
Tesla, the pioneer of the category, has experienced wild stock growth over the past 12 months, culminating in the expectation that it will join the S&P 500.
Others were growing on roadsides, in yards and in wild areas.
While it seems rare these days, it’s actually been a very normal part of sports — and there are a ton of wild old team names the Washington football team could take some inspiration from while picking out a new one.
Also, we and others are venturing out into the wild world of new drug discovery for Covid-19—looking for compounds that have never been tried as drugs before.
Such data help researchers see if young pandas are ready for life in the wild.
If they entered the wild, we have no clue what would happen and how they would interact with other species, Knoepfler says.


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