English words and Examples of Usage

use "stem" in a sentence

Growing new kidneys using human stem cells could solve this problem.

The charges apparently stem from some of Azizi's social media posts.

The idea of incorporating Lego bricks with STEM caught on in Yakima.

Mothers have consumed the stem cells of their would-be children as well.

The CSRC's campaign is the latest measure to try to stem the market rout.

Does it stem from the IOC's desire to shape Olympic sport as pure?

Decisions and procedures stem from treaties ratified by the member states.

The hearings stem from nationwide protests by employees seeking higher pay.

The pressure on Berlin's housing market does not stem from people like Sara.

The charges stem from incidents that took place Thursday night, police said.

Researchers create new parts with synthetic materials and a patient's stem cells.

Ebbsfleet were rocking and it took them some time to stem Sutton's attacking flow.

The paper says a study thinks that the heart disease drugs could affect stem cells.

What will you do as president to stem the dangerous demonizing of Muslim Americans?

Pitsco makes 3D printing curriculum for STEM education in middle school classrooms.

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sting - stimulate - stiff - stick - stereotype - step
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