On the ground, climbing fern creates tough, spongy mats that can easily smother grasses, low-growing shrubs, and small trees.
Prions deposit plaque that kills brain cells, leaving spongy holes in the brain.
I take a really soft, spongy ball, and I toss it to the first girl.
What's more, the fern can form tough, spongy mats on the ground.
Tony, an avid collector of spongy penguins given out at various Linux events, now thinks computers were created by penguins, or vice versa.
So of course, we cut people up, we find organs, we cut them up, and there are veins, and wobbly bits, and spongy parts that go squelch when you poke them.
They have a spongy quality without precise texture and there is a sense that one can penetrate more or less deeply into them.
Fashion-wise there were two principal groups: the teddy boys - drape-style suits, suede shoes with thick spongy soles, coloured shirts and bootlace ties; and the Millets - rollneck sweaters and jeans.
They wanted to disentangle themselves from the soft, spongy webs that had grown around them and the way they went about it was very silly.
The vacuole numbers were much higher in the old than in the young mice, indicating the rapid development of sponginess caused by aging.