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Farmers losing crops in many areas of southern China because of the floods has created a “severe challenge for self-sufficiency of staple grains.”
She’s got the obligatory sharp-cut, bad-gal bob and frosty demeanor we’ve come to expect from the villainous egomaniac’s character, or in this case, the staple scientist with a God complex.Stream or Skip? A Synthetic Biologist’s Review of ‘Biohackers’ on Netflix|Elsa Sotiriadis|September 2, 2020|Singularity Hub
Mars, the company behind Halloween staples like M&M’s and Snickers, starts its planning for the big day two years in advance.How scary will a COVID-19 Halloween be for candy companies?|Beth Kowitt|August 29, 2020|Fortune
With more plans for their upcoming summer collection, Gaydina believes this fabric is going to be one of the company’s staples.How a Wasteland Shrub Is Becoming the Next Big Thing in Fashion|Daniel Malloy|August 28, 2020|Ozy
Located in the South End, Club Café has been a staple of Boston nightlife since 1982.Boston: A Historic City and a Trailblazer for Equality|LGBTQ-Editor|August 2, 2020|No Straight News
The head banquet man at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in New York City started serving the concoction as a menu staple in 1938.
Tor, on the other hand, has been an Internet staple for years.
The talk radio phenom and Fox News staple has identified himself as a longtime listener of the TRN patriarch.
Cookie Monster has always been one of the most beloved features of that PBS childhood staple, Sesame Street.
Erectile dysfunction jokes have become a staple for comedy in the last 15 years.
Flax is a great staple of the North of Ireland, and three fourths of it is beaten flat to the earth.Glances at Europe|Horace Greeley
It caught him full in the middle; he doubled like a staple and with a cry of pain toppled into the snow.The Soldier of the Valley|Nelson Lloyd
Coffee is the staple production, though Indian corn, mandioca and fruit are produced largely for local consumption.
In classical times wheat was the staple grain grown for food, not differing much from that which we use to-day.The Private Life of the Romans|Harold Whetstone Johnston
Another use of mats is in the baling of two of the staple products of the Philippines, tobacco and abaca.Philippine Mats|Hugo H. Miller