The piscina niche is almost the same age as the church.
This particular ecological niche buffered them from extinction.
They were eventually replaced in these niche applications by steam turbines.
The dish is more of a niche market delicacy in India than a mass market dish.
They built extensive occupational networks and a transnational niche community.
The port found a niche as an important local centre for general cargo operations.
Of the dozen or so smaller producers Rover and Jaguar were strong niche producers.
Or he may be classed as filling a niche today like that of Keats in a preceding epoch.
Perhaps because the peninsula was uniform in its ecosystem local niche production did not develop.
School could be held regularly in a rented space, or in any available public niche, even outdoors.
A challenger brand is a brand in an industry where it is neither the market leader or a niche brand.
Arts and crafts, cookery, acting, dance and outdoor pursuits are some of the other niche camps available.
A mihrab, also spelled as mehrab is a semicircular niche in the wall of a mosque that indicates the qibla.
A statue of Edward II was erected in a niche overlooking the town, above the entrance to the King's Gate.
Caesium fluoride enjoys a niche use in organic chemistry as a base and as an anhydrous source of fluoride ion.
The established buyers of these products make up a niche market, which makes marketing for Fairtrade a challenge.
In the qiblah wall, usually at its center, is the mihrab, a niche or depression indicating the direction of Mecca.
Birds were also widely used in studies of the niche hypothesis and Georgii Gause's competitive exclusion principle.
The niche concept is that if an area supports an organism's need for survival then it is more likely to live there.
Essentially, plankton are defined by their ecological niche rather than any phylogenetic or taxonomic classification.