• a U-shaped fence staple
  • U字形の柵の留めくぎ
  • staple the pages together
  • ページをホッチキスでとじる
  • a staple diet
  • 主食;お決まりのもの
  • staple excuses
  • 定番の言い訳
  • A staple of Rush's concerts is a Neil Peart drum solo.
  • Wikipedia: Rush (band)
  • Accenti (connection of two longer notes, using dotted rhythms), a staple of early Baroque music, are absent from the list.
  • Wikipedia: Concerto delle donne
  • Bringing chuckwagons and horses, the fans organized a pancake breakfast – a staple of the Calgary Stampede – for bewildered Torontonians.
  • Wikipedia: Grey Cup
  • Bushmeat, long a staple food for rural Cameroonians, is today a delicacy in the country's urban centres.
  • Wikipedia: Cameroon
  • But from Saint Paul, the settlers could obtain staples and other goods in the span of a single summer.
  • Wikipedia: Red River Trails
  • Dogs and the Primus would be staples of every Antarctic expedition that followed during the Heroic Age.
  • Wikipedia: Carsten Borchgrevink
  • During the 1940s and 1950s, the staple fare at the Abbey was comic farce set in the idealised peasant world of Éamon de Valera.
  • Wikipedia: Abbey Theatre
  • Favorable conditions for arrowroot cultivation contributed to the presence of several hundred Indians in the area—arrowroot being a staple of their diet.
  • Wikipedia: William Cooley
  • Fights between retiarii and secutores probably became popular as early as the middle of the 1st century CE, and the net-fighter became one of the standard gladiator categories by the 2nd or 3rd century CE and remained a staple attraction until the end of the gladiatorial games.
  • Wikipedia: Retiarius
  • Fish is a more important dietary staple for pallid sturgeon than it is for shovelnose sturgeon.
  • Wikipedia: Pallid sturgeon
  • Football-themed stories were a staple of British comics from the 1950s onwards, and Roy of the Rovers was one of the most popular.
  • Wikipedia: Roy of the Rovers
  • Four steel plates were bolted to the two poles, and a 3⁄8 inches (9.5 mm) cable wrapped around the joint and secured to the pole with steel staples.
  • Wikipedia: Aggie Bonfire
  • He drew inspiration for game elements from anime films by Hayao Miyazaki; series staples like the airships and chocobos are inspired by elements in Castle in the Sky and Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind, respectively.
  • Wikipedia: Final Fantasy
  • He introduced the practice of eating roast beef, roast potatoes, horseradish sauce and yorkshire pudding on Sundays, which remains a staple British favourite for Sunday lunch.
  • Wikipedia: Edward VII
  • He was academically isolated because his colleagues in economics could not fathom how this new work related to his pioneering research in staples theory.
  • Wikipedia: Harold Innis
  • High seas and winds hampered the ships for part of the voyage to New Zealand, but they arrived on 9 August; festivities, parades, balls, and games were staples of the visits to each city.
  • Wikipedia: USS Connecticut (BB-18)
  • His works, reflecting his view about Malaysian life and the world, are staple features in national newspapers such as New Straits Times and Berita Minggu.
  • Wikipedia: Lat
  • In 1990, Sid Meier released Civilization and popularized the level of detail that has become a staple of the genre.
  • Wikipedia: 4X
  • In November 1974, they employed for the first time the large circular screen that would become a staple of their live shows.
  • Wikipedia: Pink Floyd
  • It depicts a mustachioed baseball player swinging at a baseball with a guitar, a staple of country music, in place of a bat.
  • Wikipedia: Nashville Sounds
  • It is a seed predator, making seeds a year-round staple in its diet when available.
  • Wikipedia: Golden-crowned sifaka
  • Japanese cuisine is based on combining staple foods, typically Japanese rice or noodles, with a soup and okazu — dishes made from fish, vegetable, tofu and the like – to add flavor to the staple food.
  • Wikipedia: Japan
  • Lunch is usually a buffet known as mélange, consisting of the above staples and sometimes meat.
  • Wikipedia: Rwanda
  • Melcombe Regis developed separately on the peninsula to the north of the harbour; it was mentioned as a licensed wool port in 1310. but French raiders found the port so accessible that in 1433 the staple was transferred to Poole.
  • Wikipedia: Weymouth, Dorset