- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of recycle.
“Along with the receptor, the apo-transferrin recycles to the cell surface.”
“Not just the murder's and rapists that the broken justice system "recycles" into our community well before their mandatory jail-time has been served, but animals that just don't have reasoning skills.”
“It's the gaseous oxygen vent hood, which is lifting up, and that essentially takes the oxygen which is bleeding off out of those tanks, it is rather cold, and steams off and kind of recycles it.”
“So it kind of recycles into nuclear studies, nuclear science.”
“She also "recycles" shards of stained glass from larger projects into mosaics, primarily plates, which she sells from her studio and through Gallery”
“We developed a microprocessor-controlled artificial foot that captures some of the energy that is normally dissipated by the leg and "recycles" it as positive ankle work.”
“If I do get to the point when I no longer wish to personally manage my Kiva loan portfolio, I plan to donate those funds to an organization that automatically "recycles" microloans.”
“Or worse yet, some gang goon enterprise that "recycles" their enemies (or just random strangers) for cash?”
“When you destroy a can it 'recycles' into a floating orb of recovery energy which you can pick up with the reticle.”
“Here's an artist who finds old book covers, journals, etc and "recycles" them covers by creating new journals with new "parchment" style paper.”
‘recycles’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for recycles.