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These bacteria produce antibiotic-cleaving enzymes that work as molecular scissors, which are released into and kept inside the periplasmic space.How to Outwit Evolution - Issue 103: Healthy Communication|Lina Zeldovich|July 14, 2021|Nautilus
Questions immediately arose about what could have caused more than 50 apartments to suddenly cleave away from the rest of the building.‘Something Off’: Miami Collapse Complex Had Issues|Justin Rohrlich, Zoe Richards|June 24, 2021|The Daily Beast
Some limestone is cleaved from the cliff with a pickaxe and burned in a kiln.Carbon, It’s Elementary, Dear Reader - Issue 99: Universality|John Barnett|April 14, 2021|Nautilus
Walter Isaacson’s The Code Breaker cleaves even more closely to scientific laboratories, following the personalities behind the making of CRISPR.
More recently, universalism has become a dividing line of its own that cleaves through traditional conceptions of political “left” and “right.”
Van Cleave maintains that in this day and age, however, Digital Detox Week is "unimplementable."
Were the members of them to receive the truth, and jointly to cleave to it, these societies would thereby perish.
In Covenanting, there should be made engagements to cleave to new correct views of truth and duty.
His tongue would cleave to his mouth in a woman's presence, let alone his lying to her.The Soldier of the Valley|Nelson Lloyd
She would cleave to the good God Lucifer, and she aspired to be the bride of Asmodeus.Devil-Worship in France|Arthur Edward Waite
Lift high the sword, cleave down the haughty warrior, And dip thy spear in blood, thou son of Odin!The Death of Balder|Johannes Ewald