To self-replicate, an RNA strand would need to string together
nucleotides, its subunits.
Porter's editing, groundbreaking at first and by the end of his career recalcitrantly old-fashioned, developed and remained in the style of the projectionist who would string together
different views from different sources and allow each to run its course before proceeding to the next.
Perform crossovers with an instantaneous response and string together
the perfect blend of combinations to take over any game.
The thing about this is you want to string together
From Jamie Osborne's in-form stable, he is far better on sand than turf and retains sufficient ability to string together
several wins at this modest level.
The age of plastics arrived decades ago, when chemists learned to string together
chemical units, called monomers, to make polymers.
As a rule of thumb, don't string together
more than three midgets (push-in bulbs); strings with screw-in bulbs (C7s and C9s) should have a maximum of 50 bulbs total.