guano|guanos in English
[gua·no || 'gwɑːnəʊ]
natural fertilizer composed of excrement from sea birds (found mainly on islands near the coast of Peru)
Use "guano|guanos" in a sentence
1. Guano is often used as a fertilizer.
2. A tiny ball of bat guano and sulfur.
3. Uh guano company will set up a sale subsidiary in singapore.
4. It may be the most majestic bird guano in Southern California.
5. I love the smell of bat guano in the morning.
6. The canyon walls are lined with giant harpy nests and guano.
7. Like most treasure, guano demanded a high price for its extraction.
8. Guano is used to make some of the world's finest organic fertiliser .
9. Guano (phosphate) deposits were exploited from the start of the 20th century until 1970.
10. In comparison with simulation tests, the mechanism of guano - caused flashover is basically clarified.
11. East machinery co will provide engineering assistance and technical service to uh guano corporation.
12. Everywhere was thick with greenish slime and off-white guano in this great bird slum.
13. The guano is a fine bird, but great care is necessary in rearing it. Sentencedict.com
14. Our analysis of the guano project takes no notice of how that project is financed.
15. High winds and steep rocks make landing hazardous, and the smell of guano deposits can be significant!
16. Farther south, the millions of seabirds that normally nourish on the famous guano islands are being decimated.
17. The United States took possession of the island in 1857, claiming it under the Guano Islands Act of 1856.
18. Fishermen scurry all over the seas catching anchovies; quarrymen have long made a living scraping guano from the bird-rich islands.
19. Writing in the International Journal of Environment and Pollution the team explains how bacteria in chicken manure break down 50% more crude oil than soil lacking the guano .
20. In 1890, the Kingdom of Hawaiʻi granted George D. Freeth and Charles N. Spencer permission to mine the guano on Laysan anyway, as long as they paid a royalty.
21. Luckily, scientists have a reason to be excited over the excrement, using the reddish-brown areas of guano (sea bird poo) to plot the movements of emperor penguin breeding colonies.
22. 23) Luckily, scientists have a reason to be excited over the excrement, using the reddish-brown areas of guano (sea bird poo) to plot the movements of emperor penguin breeding colonies.
23. The shack was made of the tough budshields of the royal palm which are called guano and in it there was a bed, a table, one chair, and a place on the dirt floor to cook with charcoal.
24. In 1881, James Garfield took the oath of office in the USA and his anglophobic Secretary of State James G. Blaine was a proponent of an assertive role for the USA in the War of the Pacific ostensibly regarding the interests of promoting US ownership of nitrate and guano concesions.