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. One had dropped from the roof onto a sleeping man's bed during the night.
perception of the sport is of people in camouflage playing soldiers in woodland.
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Huppop recently analyzed the reams of accumulated data to look for changes in migration dates that could be related to climate changes.
Questioning turning points presumed to be shared by various regions can lead to a rejection of uniform timelines, and hence to denial of a c ommon
history and identity and thus to a redrawing of borders.
By contrast, most c ommon
eiders remain along the mainland coast, migrating eastward from Cape Bathurst to a second staging area in Dolphin and Union Strait (Barry, 1986; Alexander et al., 1997).
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meter doubled, accommodating two four-line stanzas of Watts's hymn.
Fracture surfaces up to 6 x 9 cm covered with radiating ferrisurite have been observed, but are very unc ommon
. Ferrisurite of the third habit consists of compact olive-green to dark green fibrous aggregates intimately intergrown with coarse-grained quartz and minor, massive, gray cerussite, chrysocolla, mimetite and galena.
Clearly, adolescents from these two distinctive cultural milieus share a c ommon
core of attitudes, values, and self-reported behaviors, inter-related in the same basic structure.
To conceive the national inheritance as a building is both to render the c ommon
life concrete and to insist on the need for human effort to maintain it.
This type of situation is also c ommon
in gambling contexts where players are often exposed to different sources of information about the chances of winning.
Convergence on a c ommon
reproductive phenotype at higher densities appeared to minimize the genetic distinctions that were apparent at low density, and stocks did not differ in the eventual density that could be sustained in a given tank.