Worms and amphipods, along with other animals, use or bury the pellets, which Havens observed after preliminary experiments.
You and Damien Hirst are both great title people, I observed.
He observed that previous epidemics had been brought under control by effective public health programs.
In his article, Boteach observed that in Hebron, Jewish “children were playing, utterly carefree, on pristine playgrounds.”
The moral philosopher Michael Sandel observed, “Fundamentalists rush in where liberals fear to tread.”
It is observed in the month Adar, which corresponds with our February and March.
She had observed that Geta and Milza appeared much confused when she spoke to them.
“It certainly is warm,” observed Lefever, apropos of nothing at all.
This festival, in honour of Dionysus, was observed with great splendour.
"That looks like the smoke of a steamer," Sir Bryan observed.
late 14c., "to hold to" (a manner of life or course of conduct), from Old French observer, osserver "to observe, watch over, follow" (10c.), from Latin observare "watch over, note, heed, look to, attend to, guard, regard, comply with," from ob "over" (see ob-) + servare "to watch, keep safe," from PIE root *ser- "to protect." Meaning "to attend to in practice, to keep, follow" is attested from late 14c. Sense of "watch, perceive, notice" is 1560s, via notion of "see and note omens." Meaning "to say by way of remark" is from c.1600. Related: Observed; observing.