use patchiness in a sentence.
(I'm the first to admit that there is a certain patchiness to the collection.
Now, that kind of patchiness could reflect horizontal heat transport as wella s vertical, but it MUST have involved oceanic transport, not simply sea-air transport.
What seems to be emerging is that heterogeneity, or "patchiness", and diversity is very much more important to nature than an ecologically correct apartheid between "exotics" and
In the late 1980s, my mentor Bob May had done studies with Michael Hassell of Imperial College, Silwood Park, on wasps that lay their eggs in or on insects which revealed there was a patchiness in the distribution of predator and prey.
It took her a few songs, on Tuesday, to get warmed up, but once the power had been massaged back into the voice and the patchiness had been largely thrown off, she seemed determined to stick around and enjoy it.