fence staple Ｕ字形の柵の留めくぎ
staple of Rush's concerts is a Neil Peart drum solo.
Accenti (connection of two longer notes, using dotted rhythms), a
staple of early Baroque music, are absent from the list.
Concerto delle donne
Bringing chuckwagons and horses, the fans organized a pancake breakfast – a
staple of the Calgary Stampede – for bewildered Torontonians.
Bushmeat, long a
staple food for rural Cameroonians, is today a delicacy in the country's urban centres.
But from Saint Paul, the settlers could obtain
staples and other goods in the span of a single summer.
Red River Trails
Dogs and the Primus would be
staples of every Antarctic expedition that followed during the Heroic Age.
During the 1940s and 1950s, the
staple fare at the Abbey was comic farce set in the idealised peasant world of Éamon de Valera.
Favorable conditions for arrowroot cultivation contributed to the presence of several hundred Indians in the area—arrowroot being a
staple of their diet.
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.
Fish is a more important dietary
staple for pallid sturgeon than it is for shovelnose 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.
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
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.
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.
He was academically isolated because his colleagues in economics could not fathom how this new work related to his pioneering research in
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.
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.
In 1990, Sid Meier released Civilization and popularized the level of detail that has become a
staple of the genre.
In November 1974, they employed for the first time the large circular screen that would become a
staple of their live shows.
It depicts a mustachioed baseball player swinging at a baseball with a guitar, a
staple of country music, in place of a bat.
It is a seed predator, making seeds a year-round
staple in its diet when available.
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.
Lunch is usually a buffet known as mélange, consisting of the above
staples and sometimes meat.
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.