The teams are expected to stay at Novo for several days to acclimatize.
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At present an attempt is being made to acclimatize several species of Eucalyptus in the low hills.
The Panjab, North-West Frontier Province, and Kashmir Sir James McCrone Douie
One great object of their experiments was to introduce and acclimatize exotic cottons.
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In England more than one attempt to acclimatize the doctrines of Marr and Treitschke has been made.
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Another author found that, in Scandinavia, plants of the same species can acclimatize themselves if necessary.
The Romance of Plant Life G. F. Scott Elliot
These poor Londoners, trying to acclimatize themselves, amused him greatly.
The Wharf by the Docks Florence Warden
Attempts to acclimatize the Arab horse and to introduce sheep from Aden and China have failed.
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Some planting has taken place in Malaya, but little has so far been done to acclimatize the plant in other regions.
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Important, also, is its adaptability to varied conditions, as shown by former attempts to acclimatize it.
Fur Farming A. R. Harding
From time to time we acclimatize and domesticate some foreign and wild species.
Evolution, Old & New Samuel Butler
to adapt or become accustomed to a new climate or environment
1836; see acclimate + -ize; a more recent formation than acclimate and replacing it in many uses. Related: Acclimatized; acclimatizing.
to . Historical Examples The value assigned to the advantages resulting from acclimatization of stocks varies considerably. The New Gresham Encyclopedia. Vol. 1 Part 1 Various Give illustrations of acclimatization as a form of accommodation. Introduction to the Science of Sociology Robert E. Park A third theory charges it to predisposition plus the process of […]
an upward slope, as of ground; an ascent (opposed to ). Historical Examples There, upon an acclivity, a tin plate was found on the ground. Essays on early ornithology and kindred subjects James R. McClymont The acclivity of these hills is such, that every tree appears full to the eye. A Tour in Ireland Arthur […]
an upward slope, as of ground; an ascent (opposed to ). Historical Examples Herds of agile creatures like antelopes were seen in the moon, “abounding in the acclivitous glades of the woods.” The Contemporary Review, Volume 36, November 1879 Various Then herds of agile creatures like antelopes are described, ‘abounding on the acclivitous glades of […]
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any award, honor, or laudatory notice: The play received accolades from the press. a light touch on the shoulder with the flat side of the sword or formerly by an embrace, done in the ceremony of conferring knighthood. the ceremony itself. Music. a brace joining several staves. Architecture. an archivolt or hood molding having more […]