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Also, Worm says, diversity spikes where big reefs, seamounts, or other features roil the water and kick nutrients up into sunlit zones where many organisms can use them.
Castillo feels more kinship with other Third World women than with middle-class white feminists in the United States, and her criticism of mainstream white feminism shows again that the questions of race and class still roil the women's liberation movement.
Or look on as a Ghanaian dancer presents us with her well-draped, wriggling rear and makes it seem as amusingly expressive as a face, due to the cycles of her rhythmic virtuoso roil.