Examples of coral in a Sentence
brightly colored fishes swimming among the coral
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The blockade has put on hold some grants with Egypt, UAE, and Saudi Arabia in fields from solid state physics to coral reefs sponsored by the Qatar National Research Fund.
If Trump accepts Zinke’s recommendations, commercial fishing would also be restored for 62 million acres of coral reefs and islands in the Pacific.
Oostpunt, Curaçao The island nation of Curaçao is home to some of the Caribbean's last thriving coral reefs.
As the train slowly ascends the 149-foot lift hill, riders can see colorful coral reefs and schools of fish.
The director Jeff Orlowski shot Chasing Coral, an 89-minute-long documentary about scientists and divers who engineer a system for recording, in time-lapse imagery, the bleaching of coral reefs.
His team is studying ways to grow coral, in order to replace the precious reefs in our shallow waters.
At the other end of the spectrum, at least in market value, are the corals and seashells that appear on practically every surface.
The five new shades have perfectly seasonal names: Libra (light, almost white pink), Autumn (a muted coral), Butternut (guess), Hazel (also guess), and Wicked (almost a royal purple).
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