How to use Schofield in a sentence
Having measured those tools’ properties, Schofield knew well that they’re capable of far greater strength than their tiny sizes would suggest.Surprise: Ants have teeth. Here’s how they keep them sharp. | Rahul Rao | September 9, 2021 | Popular-Science
Schofield has long studied invertebrates’ “tools,” like ant teeth, for example, but also things like spider fangs, scorpion claws, and worm jaws.Surprise: Ants have teeth. Here’s how they keep them sharp. | Rahul Rao | September 9, 2021 | Popular-Science
This uniformity allows the ants to grow much thinner, sharper blades, since “chunks of mineral limit how sharp the tool can be,” Schofield says.How metal-infused jaws give some ants an exceptionally sharp bite | Jake Buehler | September 8, 2021 | Science News
The metal-fortified body parts have “the kinds of properties that you want in a knife or needle,” Schofield says.How metal-infused jaws give some ants an exceptionally sharp bite | Jake Buehler | September 8, 2021 | Science News
So Schilbach, Schofield, their colleagues Gautam Rao, Mattie Toma, and Pedro Bessone, set up a randomized control trial in Chennai.
Lawrence handed the General the mysterious message and Schofield read it with a darkened brow.
Lawrence had no trouble in getting the requisite authority from General Schofield to visit his friend.
General Schofield finds so much requiring his attention that he will not be able to take the field in person for some time yet.
Lawrence received a congratulatory message from General Schofield, highly praising him.
Up around Springfield, seventy-five miles away, and Schofield's orders are to hold this position at all hazards.