Examples of coral in a Sentence
brightly colored fishes swimming among the coral
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One of the first bills sent to Gov. Rick Scott this year creates in name only a coral reef conservation area from Biscayne Bay to the St. Lucie inlet.
The courtroom had high ceilings of brightly colored beams painted in turquoise and coral.
Princess Eugenie announced her engagement to longtime boyfriend Jack Brooksbank this morning and shared not only photos of a stunning coral-colored engagement ring, but also plans for a autumn wedding at St. George's Chapel.
Floating pale orchid blooms and statice balance the installation, fashioned out of copper pipe and leather tiles, and call to mind starfish and coral.
The bulbous top will be tan on the outside and coral-colored on the inside.
New research looking into the Arctic’s past using ice cores, fossils, corals and shells as stand-ins for temperature measurements show that Arctic ocean temperatures are rising and sea ice levels are falling at rates not seen in the 1,500 years.
Learn how to recreate Leia's 1970s coral and peach makeup look and her iconic double buns with the expertise of MAC Cosmetics senior artist Michelle Clark and celebrity hairstylist Matt Fugate.
Geography students at King's Ely, an independent school in Cambridgeshire, UK, took a tour to the depths of the oceans earlier this year to explore the effects of coral bleaching.
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