I urge you to perform your duties mandated by the Nuclear Waste Policy Act and complete the yucca Mountain licensing process.
But on day five of our trip, in Joshua Tree National Park, I took a pregnancy test in nearby yucca Valley.
When the Obama administration cut funding for yucca Mountain, it appointed the Blue Ribbon Commission on America's Nuclear Future.
Related to yucca, the group of four commissioners believed Jaczko was too close to the political process.
Another time he found—and still has, Preston says—a pot that had been repaired with a little love and yucca fiber.
The tall, slender stems of the yucca and infrequent clumps of dwarfed cacti cast clear-edged shadows on the bare, moonlit ground.
Linda gave her a few words of instruction concerning the yucca.
The yucca is a fine lily-like plant resembling the Aloes in general appearance.
The soles of their moccasins were made of hay and the uppers of yucca fibers.
Many of the dry capsules of the yucca plants were examined in October, 1951, and these generally still contained a few seeds.
Central and South American name for the cassava plant, 1550s, from Spanish yuca, juca (late 15c.), probably from Taino, native language of Haiti.