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Example sentences for saturated

They've adapted to thrive at the edge of hydrothermal vents, which spew superheated water saturated with toxic chemicals.
The result is a tiny gene pool that is saturated with bad traits.
Drying the bones-which were saturated during excavations-could take a year or longer, according to the museum.
Images of disaster saturated newspapers and television.
Nitrogen will only boil in the blood if the blood is saturated and then you are exposed to suddenly reduced pressure.
Maybe the red colors look less saturated than you expected because of the way your monitor displays colors.
These things should have given you food for thought, but it appears that you are already saturated with your own preconceptions.
Any high-functioning festival needs an influx of star-power to attract attention and eyeballs in this media-saturated world.
Those five acres of personal territory were saturated with politics that night.
The average homeowner probably won't be able to afford smart windows until the market becomes saturated.
The pathogen-receptor-coated surface idea would work for a limited time, but would become saturated.
Thus enters a new glut of product on a saturated market.
And when the air can't hold any more moisture because it's totally saturated or it cools down, you get condensation.
Some plant foods are also high in saturated fats such as coconut oil, palm oil and palm kernel oil.
They're crowded into feedlots where they wallow in their own filth as they are larded up with saturated fat.
Initially, imagining the bottom section is saturated with negative ions, and the top section with positive ions.
They designed a tiny polymer disk saturated with dendritic cells and antigens specifically tuned to go after tumor cells.
In other words, the enzymes do not get saturated or down-regulated by extra tryptophan.
Instead they're growing fat and domesticated on sugars and saturated fats.
The de-saturated colors create an instant emotional climate of hooded intentions, muffled instincts.
Sensuous textures and deep, saturated colors are used to create a sultry atmosphere of stifled desire.
Plus, a bean-based vegetarian chili has considerably fewer calories and less saturated fat than chili made with meat.
Saturated fat in meat is the primary danger to the heart.
Limp scallion pancakes were saturated with oil, and barbecued ribs were overly large and tough.
Reducing calories, saturated fats, and cholesterol may significantly reduce cholesterol levels.
Treatment also involves avoiding excess calories and foods high in saturated fats and carbohydrates.
It's a minimalist line aiming for friendlier prices in a world saturated with them.
Saturated fats and meats are displacing grains and fresh vegetables.
Many cuts of meat--red meat in particular--are high in the saturated fats that have been linked to heart disease.
Most of that is fat, and about half of the fat is saturated fat.
It's a business but the skies are getting saturated.
While in the clouds, raindrops form in air that is saturated.

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