In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Given the dry conditions this year, there's likely to be loose soil at the bottom of the furrow which may clog the furrow during the first irrigation.
- On untreated furrows, the sediment stacks up against the residue which can cause the rows to break over.
- Hoe drills, especially those with wider row spacing, can plant seed deeper because they can build a ridge and plant in the furrow.
- With a hoe, make furrows 1 inch deep and 18 inches apart.
- Applying 1.0-2.0 in. of water after the seed has been planted will cause soil particles to dislodge and move from the tops of soil ridges into the seed furrow.
- Then plant vetch seed, either in furrows or by broadcasting.
- Also at planting time, growers might want to consider increasing their Temik rate in the seed furrow if they know high nematode populations are present, Lorenz says.
- There is also risk of injury when seed furrows fail to close completely and rain washes herbicide into the seed furrow where direct contact with seed is possible.
- A yoke on oxen prevents them from moving away from each other so that they plough the furrow correctly.
- The bacteria may be applied to the seed or placed in the seed furrow at planting.
- The shallow planting resulted from the planter not adequately cutting through heavy corn and soybean residue and properly placing the seed in the furrow.
- When machine seeding, plant in a shallow furrow or spread seeds out and disk them into the soil.
- York's medieval farmers who used to plough a furrow here would still recognise it.
- Previously they were left to lie fallow allowing rainwater to collect in the plough furrows.
- The use of liquid insecticide placed in the furrow with the seed has gained in popularity over the last few years as a convenient and inexpensive method to achieve wireworm and seedcorn maggot control.
- She's driving the tractor, it's a beautiful Spring day; she's watching the furrows turn under the wheels of her tractor.
- Ripping is done in narrow bands or planting furrows at a regular interval from each other in dry season.
- Planting into too-wet soil may result in poor seed-soil contact or seed furrows that reopen upon drying.
- By holding the blade at an angle, you can use the garden hoe to make furrows for seed planting.
- These depressions include plough furrows running at right angles to the dominant slope direction or irregularities left after harrowing.
2(wrinkle)surco masculinoarruga femenino
- When you feel stressed, angry or frustrated, your skin will show it over time as furrows and small lines and breakouts.
- When I laugh, my eyes still naturally crinkle, but there aren't the ferocious, deep furrows I've grown used to.
- Look at family members to see if there are shared traits, such as brow furrows, crow's feet or under-eye bags.
- Add gravity to the constant tug and you produce lines, furrows and sagging.
- She no longer wore any makeup, but her face had a severe beauty, all the same, that shone through the crow's feet around her eyes and the vertical furrows on either side of her mouth.
- The wrinkled old man seemed to relax, but the deep furrow in his brow didn't lift until she had her hand on the doorknob.
- ‘I asked her a few too many questions, I think,’ Brett replied as a deep furrow creased his brow.
- The grooves, the furrows and the crow's feet are still there but my skin is smoother and I feel healthier.
- In this form of germ warfare, Botox removes those unsightly furrows between your brows, the crow's feet at the corners of your eyes, and even the worry lines on your forehead.
- Almost 11 percent used a soft tissue filler to fight wrinkles, furrows and folds.
- I'm 33 years young with a well-earned furrow between my brows.
- The wrinkles, furrows and folds around the woman's assessing eyes, dominant nose and chin and clamped mouth are minutely delineated, as are the varying tones of brown in her tanned face.
- Deep furrows creased his handsome face as he attached the vital message to the homing pigeon's leg.
- Menopause adds to the decay, with thinner skin and more wrinkles and furrows.
- Daubing at the deep furrows which would no doubt leave long, ugly scars, I eased myself into a chair.
- She cocked her head and frowned, furrows wrinkling the velvet of her muzzle.
- Then, a deep furrow appeared between her brows, and she dropped her hand as she shut her eyes.
- It depletes with age, explains Stephanie, so collagen injections can reverse this and fill out the lines and facial furrows left behind.
- A couple of furrows wrinkled the fur at the bridge of his muzzle and he flicked a quick gesture at the nearby guards; they moved to keep orbiting petitioners at bay.
- Botox also could be useful for alleviating migraine headaches and lower back pain, and for cosmetic uses, such as brow furrow and crow's feet.
- Terrace is a small, geographical mini-site complete with furrowed fields and an adjacent mesa.
- There we find the foundation of Mandela's first school, still carved in the furrowed soil, as welt as a rock he liked to slide down as a boy.
- The field was furrowed, ploughed, but nothing was growing, not at this time of year.
- The Blue Party talk about encouraging wealth creation, but it is for the benefit of yon City folk, not for them as have to till the land and furrow the soil.
- They scan the newly furrowed earth for tiny shoots of green and give a small sigh of relief when they find them.
- April is ploughing time for the Flemish farmers and the brown furrowed fields dominate the landscape.
2(skin) surcar literariodeep lines furrowed her forehead — profundas arrugas surcaban su frente literario
- she furrowed her brow in disapproval — frunció el ceño en señal de desaprobación
- with furrowed brow — con el ceño fruncido
- ‘I suppose I should provide you with some information,’ he said quietly as his brow furrowed into a deep frown.
- They all took the game seriously, arms flying back and forth between rod handles, brows furrowed in concentration.
- Her glasses are on and her brow is furrowed in concentration.
- I spoke up, frowning and furrowing my brow in confusion.
- She slapped the reins against the flat of her palm, a slight frown furrowing her tanned brow.
- Mark's brow furrowed and he almost whispered ‘She had a stroke and fell into a comma.’
- She quieted abruptly and furrowed her brow in concern.
- I stared closely at it, a frown furrowing my brow.
- A deep frown furrowed her brows as she openly stared at me, her eyes studying every square inch of my face.
- My heart went out to her, and I furrowed my brow in concern.
- ‘Bam, bam, bam,’ he sings, knees flexing, brow furrowed in concentration.
- He was leaning with one white hand against the windowsill, a frown furrowing his brow as he watched the sky fill with stars.
- ‘Be careful of that stuff,’ he told me in his kindly way when the topic came up during one of our first conversations, a frown furrowing his brow.
- I saw him sigh and my brows furrowed into a frown.
- Under the bright glow from the fire, she could see him frown, his brow furrowed with concentration.
- She spun around to see Arthur striding towards her, his brow furrowed with concern.
- My brow furrowed in a frown as I searched quickly for an explanation, and suddenly it came to me.
- Then he frowned, his brow furrowed in confusion.
- Her small mouth was pushed down pessimistically at the ends, her brow furrowed with worry and lined with age.
- Trey frowned, furrowed his brows and observed the object of his affections.
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