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Slide a whole salmon fillet onto the grill, along with vegetable skewers.
And perhaps now another box can be checked: the practice of bribing one's way onto the charts.
Early whales plied the shallows but still hauled themselves onto shore, probably to rest and to give birth.
Yahoo isn't happy that a detailed menu of the spying services it provides law enforcement agencies has leaked onto the web.
Often something pops up in the conclusion that you can latch onto.
Moving out of the laboratory and onto the water, with a working oil-collection system, is the next step.
So they are going to slide the locomotive onto the back of the flatbed while it's still indoors.
Blot any juice from the cut end, then tap it onto your ink pad to cover the star's entire surface.
Print out the carousel card onto a card-weight paper stock.
These vibrations shake the pollen off the flower's anthers and onto the bee's body.
They catch seals as they come up to breathe or climb onto the ice.
Cruise ships dock here regularly, spilling hundreds of tourists onto the main waterfront boulevard.
Place a spoonful of the vegetable mixture and the shredded chicken onto each leaf of lettuce.
The rest of the cast hustles out onto the wing, the camera whirs again, and it's a wrap.
It learned that some subcontractors were trying to bribe their way onto the job site.
Slide your right leg back two or three feet and lean forward onto your left leg, knee bent.
If the enemy was scaling the walls, soldiers could drop rocks or boiling oil down through the holes and onto the enemy below.
Some of these weapons have already found their way onto the battlefield.
They normally unload their cargo onto fast power boats for the final leg to shore.
Project prismatic rainbow art onto a wall or ceiling.
The crater seems to have thrown a layer of bright, fresh ice onto a darkened region.
It also falls freely from cut lilies onto whatever carpet or tablecloth happens to be below the vase.
Let this meerkat nibble its way into your heart and onto your desktop.
Freedom does not mean inflict damage, not on yourself nor onto someone else.
Loosen cake from pan with a slender spatula, then invert onto a rack.
Perhaps the touch revolution will extend beyond tablets and smartphones and onto our traditional computers.
Above all, it shows how the photographer projected her inner torment and sense of estrangement onto her unsuspecting sitters.
Have each student place his or her drawing onto the collage.
So his plan, and his fate as governor, requires getting the tax extension onto the ballot.
Start by pouring a gallon of potting mix onto a potting bench.
More progress has been made by seeding stem cells onto a variety of simple scaffolds impregnated with growth-promoting chemicals.
He considered, discarded and pared down ideas for months before he squeezed even a drop of paint onto his palette.
As you clean out the summer garden, pile everything but diseased material onto the compost pile.
Dumping your entire music collection onto an iPod is a simple, one-click process.
Lightly press topping onto dough and use a knife to cut a pattern into the topping, but not into the bread.
More water, driven by wind, piles onto this bulge as the system approaches land.
Breathe life onto a tabletop by infusing greens in the design.
Integrated components made of different semiconductors onto single high-performance chips.
If you are painting a light color onto a dark color, you may have to use two coats.
Drop glops onto a baking sheet or plate lined with wax paper and allow to cool.
People streamed out onto the sidewalks and into neighborhood cafes as buildings were evacuated as a precautionary measure.
But the heel of his shoe turns under, spilling him onto the dance floor.
Once vines climb onto the obelisk, the contrast between natural and constructed elements will enhance the appeal.
The meshwork of sensors laced onto a thin plastic film resembles thickly threaded fishnet stockings.
Carbons are great at holding onto non polar materials.
Tape the copies onto the self-adhesive paper and trace over them with the knife.
The idea was to pull the shark onto a sling, then use a crane to lift it onto the deck.
Sprinkle seeds onto a plate and allow them to dry for one to three days, depending on the weather.
Toss them in sugar and spoon onto this extra-moist cake.
Cut off tails, and from tail ends of fish turn meat over one inch onto flesh side.
Paint the mixture onto the roof, a rock, or other surfaces where you want it to grow and spread.
Stencil a basic measuring system onto the board cover, and you'll never need to hunt down a measuring stick.
We nuzzle up to land and jump onto the remnants of a sea wall.
They would go up using a mechanical ascender, a device that actually clips onto the rope.
We're not wrong to work these beautiful words onto their coins, though: they were the engineers of the alterations.
They are feisty creatures and will attempt to escape from a boiling pot onto your kitchen floor given the chance.
About ten yards before crashing into the ground, he grabs a branch and swings onto it.
Blood had oozed onto the bedclothes from a number of wounds near his heart.
Only a few days before the inauguration, an eagle was hoisted onto the pediment.
The clams would be taken to a dock, loaded onto a refrigerated truck, then boxed in ice for shipping.
Bacteria may be microscopic-three million can fit onto a pinhead-but they are not invisible.
The printer melts wax onto the paper to create channels with nanometer-size molecules at the ends.
She does not project photographs onto a canvas, but makes sketches of the images she wants to use.
It is the ability to guess what the next hot thing is and jump onto it.
Many thousands went onto the streets, to be met by a volley of gunfire.
Trees will be planted around the muckiest highways and hybrid diesel-electric buses put onto the streets.
Especially unpredictable too are the chances of troubled economies getting back onto an even keel.
Managers can spot the moment that an embittered salesperson copies a client database onto a flash-memory stick.
The roof is made of a thin membrane that can be pushed down onto the creature.
When she logged onto the supplier's website, there were only huge pairs or bright pink ones available.
Users of its service download a small program onto their mobile phone.
Gantry cranes then unload the containers onto trucks.
First, burst onto the scene with some bold, voice-of-the-generation debut-preferably with a comely author photo.
Moving out of the laboratory and onto the water with a working oil-collection system is the next step.
In both cases these are electroplated onto the structure before the remaining gaps are filled with liquid electrolyte.
Egyptians have provided evidence of their food staples for thousands of years, etched as carvings and painted onto walls.
The inset in the upper right corner is a view from the tram as it descends onto the island.
But something happened when our aquatic ancestors first slithered onto the land.
Suspended in liquid, the flakes are then deposited onto a substrate to form a film.
Systems biology works best when the biologist can map data onto their own knowledge.
Information is teleported from one ion to another by encoding quantum information onto the first ion.
There is some evidence that bacterial particles contribute to cloud formation by providing surfaces for water to condense onto.
It could have happened somewhere else and was delivered here via an extraterrestrial object that crashed onto our world.
Normally, water vapor can only condense onto condensation nuclei-tiny particles that serve as kernels around which drops can form.
The males become pregnant after the females deposit their eggs onto them.
Gravitational tugs, orbital collisions, and interstellar jostles occasionally perturb an asteroid or comet onto a wayward path.
It inhabits tropical and subtropical coastal waters around the world and has been observed clambering onto land to sunbathe.
Have students glue their maps onto larger pieces of construction paper so that there's a border of several inches around the map.
The bears then come onto land, where they have insufficient food until the sea ice refreezes in the fall.
Workers digging in a stone quarry happened to notice a stone block with marks carved onto its surface.
Which is why barnacles, algae, and other marine organisms that glom onto hulls or bodies are such pests.
Place the baking pan onto tin foil and place into the oven.
Mountains rose on the seafloor, pushing sea levels higher and onto the continents.
Drop a rounded teaspoon of chilled batter onto the cookie sheet.
That, in turn, made others more anxious: less willing to lend and more interested in holding onto their money.
He made a drink and stepped out onto the balcony to smoke a cigarette.
By the time the screening was over and the crowd spilled out onto the sidewalk, it was almost ten-thirty.
Standard historical fiction tends to consist of plausible stories that have been grafted onto enduring historical facts.
When our ball rolled onto her property, she seized it and waddled into her back yard and pitched it into the quarry.
They can even put a helpful crunchiness onto some recordings.
The elevator opens onto a stone-tile foyer centered on a bubbling koi pond.
When the weather's warm, big windows open onto outdoor counters, and the place takes on the air of a snack bar at the beach.
From now on, you may be required to step onto the luggage scale.
She burst out laughing and pulled onto the shoulder.
The first sets off at a good pace, but after a hundred metres the rats have chewed through the bag and spill onto the course.
Under the gaze of a security camera, the rest of the team filed silently onto the property.
Then he attempted to take the unicycle onto the roads.
Heavy debt and large losses of wealth have forced spending onto a lower path.
Anything and everything might find its way onto a book jacket.
Onto the platform was led a spiritless troop of pre-teenage boys, all wearing makeshift uniforms of shorts and blouses.
He pressed the gun onto my forehead and the gun clicked.
Now, because of heightened security, hours of waiting are tacked onto each trip.
They're also more likely than other investors to hold onto a stock when it tanks.
First, users can log on and pin their respective bugs onto the map.
Home to approximately two million people, the city rises up from the water and onto the adjacent hillside.
The images were then copied as silhouettes onto a disc, later viewed on a zoopraxiscope.
Pour glaze onto tart, then tilt and rotate tart so glaze coats top evenly.
Pipe ganache onto flat sides of plain cookies, then top with sugared cookies to make sandwiches.
Run a knife around edge of cake to loosen, then invert onto a plate.
Carefully pour hot caramel mixture onto parchment and carefully cover with another sheet.
Run a knife along edge of cake to loosen, then invert onto a cutting board, rapping on bottom of pan until cake is released.
We added some milk slowly until the dough formed a ball, then dumped it out onto a floured table.
By pouring onto the streets, many thousands of people rejected what they perceived as alien and aggressive transplants.
Suppose there is a runaway trolley car on a line that cannot be stopped, but it can be switched onto a branch line.
As he staggered out of the vehicle, he was beaten and thrown onto the bed of a police pick-up truck and driven away.
Here brain physiology maps neatly onto psychological profile, thus demonstrating that the brain is indeed fate.
Now a number of companies are reducing the amount of silicon needed by concentrating sunlight onto smaller silicon chips.
Focusing a sound wave onto a pool of ink causes droplets to spatter onto a nearby surface.
Lithography, the ability to print patterns onto certain materials using light, is one of the enabling technologies of our age.
Engineered cardiac tissue needs a steady supply of oxygen and nutrients to survive after being grafted onto the heart.
Usually, projection displays shine white light through a color wheel, and then it's projected onto the screen.
The device uses rollers to clamp onto and move along a line.
The lasers shine on the mirror, and the mirror reflects the pixel of light onto a wall or other surface.
The projectors cast images onto the screens while the cameras sense infrared light scattered by fingers at the surface.
But software can also be pushed onto an unsuspecting user's computer without ever asking for permission.
They shine the light onto the cut to activate the dye, leaving it on for three minutes.
Applying a current in one direction splits the compound, and the two metals are deposited onto opposite electrodes.
Increasing performance has usually meant shrinking components so that more can be packed onto a circuit.
The sheets were made into transistors by laying them onto a silicon wafer and adding gold electrical connections.
Clipped onto a belt or carried in a knapsack, the entire generator is contained within a regular battery casing.
The diffracted light is reflected onto a piece of paper which displays the diffraction pattern.
In a thermal photovoltaic system, light is concentrated onto a material to heat it up.
Bioengineers seed cells onto the outside of polymer scaffolds in the hopes that they will migrate inside and organize themselves.
What the camera sees is zapped onto my tongue's wet, conductive surface.
Those molecules then latched onto olfactory receptors located on nerve endings in their nostrils.
Only certain molecules, one theory holds, have the right shape to latch onto certain receptors.
Fat has what chemists call mouth-feel: a creamy texture and a tendency to melt onto the tongue.
As the animal exhales warm, moist air from its lungs, the moisture condenses onto the cool surfaces of the turbinals.
Others have suggested that they were used for climbing onto larger prey.
Jumping spiders, as their name suggests, leap onto their prey from afar.
Trance, they've found, opens a window onto the nature of the imagination.
These chunks floated around for a while and glommed onto one another, forming the moon.
Cows walk onto a conveyor belt where they are quickly killed by a six-inch bolt shot into the head.
Flaming liquid drips onto the floor, forming fiery puddles, some of which burn through the carpet.
He didn't even need a cane as he stepped onto the scale.
Since it so easily triggers a chain reaction, the yawn reflex opens a window onto mood transmission, an essential part of empathy.
The walls were coated with their brown dung, and occasionally one dropped from the ceiling onto the piles of debris below.
Barred windows send blocks of light onto a once white linoleum floor.
The final whistle blew, and fans spilled onto the field.
They go on and on, expanding onto the plate as if they were alien.
Half of you is projecting your own emotions and feelings onto him.
He dropped his things and walked into the spacious country kitchen, where he collapsed onto a couch.
The first day he walked out onto the trading floor, all the traders stood as one and cheered.
After the performance he was pushed out onto the stage in a wheelchair and received a standing ovation.
As a running back, you're supposed to hold onto the ball.
The action grinds to a halt as the sideline guys trundle onto the field and stretch out the chains.
If the ship keeps shifting, it could drop down onto deeper seabed, complicating plans to remove fuel.
But purslane only made it onto plates in the family restaurant in the past few years.
If you stumble onto a grade-school talent show, sit down and watch it.
The school bully likes pushing him facedown onto urinal cakes.

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