Example sentences for: americana

How can you use “americana” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Graphina poitiaei , AF465459), 1071 ( Rhynchostoma minutum , AF242268), 1083 ( Rhamphoria delicatula , AF242267), 1226 ( Rhynchostoma minutum , AF242269), 1229 ( Physconia perisidiosa , AJ421689), and 1514 ( Phialophora americana , X65199); LSU rRNA - 678 ( Gyalecta jenensis , AF279391), 681 ( Stictis radiata , AF356663), 711 ( Gyalecta jenensis , AF279391), 775 ( Dibaeis baeomyces , AF279385), 776 ( Capronia pilosella , AF279378), 777 ( Rinodina tunicata , AF457569), 780 ( Pertusaria tejocotensis , AF279301), 784 ( Melanochaeta sp. 8, AF279421), 786 ( Pertusaria kalelae , AF279298), 787 ( Dibaeis baeomyces , AF279385), 824 ( Stictis radiata , AF356663), 830 ( Coenogonium leprieurii , AF465442), 858 ( Trapeliopsis granulosa , AF279415), 978 ( Gyalecta jenensis , AF279391), 1024 ( Ocellularia alborosella , AF465452), 1054 ( Rinodina tunicata , AF457569), 1091 ( Dimerella lutea , AF279387), 1093 (

  • Stevens fashioned a new oratory free of meaning; he wrote a surreal, agnostic King James Bible culled from dilettante philosophy, dated chinoiserie, and picture-postcard Americana.

  • a piece of celestial Americana" (Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly ). Maslin calls it "a supremely improbable triumph," all the more powerful because the film's "wholesome radiance and soothing natural beauty are distinctly at odds with the famously unwholesome Lynch imagination" (the New York Times ). Turan is the only one who hears the faint sucking of Dennis Hopper's oxygen mask in the background, calling the film "too mannered and weird around the edges to be convincing" (the Los Angeles Times ). (Lynchnet has a page devoted to the film complete with trailers and pictures shot on location.)

  • The largest mitochondrial genome discovered to date - of the protist Reclinomonas americana - codes for 97 gene products (67 proteins and 30 structural RNAs) in a span of 69,034 base pairs [ 2].

  • But more often the word is OPEN--evidence, says one neon connoisseur there, of continental affection for Americana, along with a changing European culture.


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