ARACHNID


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ARACHNIDAdaptive Retrieval Agents Choosing Heuristic Neighborhoods for Information Discovery
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James Ship, an expert at Stratford Butterfly Farm, which also houses arachnids, said if bitten by the spider "you would have about six hours' worth of pain".
The introduction covers Duncan's first forays into the world of arachnids, from his early fascination with the cobwebs at a local cobbler's ("They hung like decrepit funeral drapes from the ceiling and cascaded down corners and fluttered in crannies") to his unwitting rescue of a pool-going tarantula in Kenya ("Carrying it back home, the jar held out in front of me, I remember I had no difficulty getting a place on a notoriously crowded Nairobi bus").
The addition of Arachnid is in line with Publicis' strategic objectives for both, the digital segment and fast-growing markets, which make up the two pillars of its global growth, it said.
The business will be folded into Publicisa[euro](tm) Saatchi & Saatchi network in Asia-Pacific and will operate under the name Saatchi & Saatchi Arachnid with its founder and current CEO Chin Weng Keong to continue leading it.
This melodrama is interrupted by an Arachnid meteor attack on the characters' home town of Buenos Aires.
The fact that fascism is the only ideology capable of producing a state strong enough to meet the Arachnid threat places the audience in the uncomfortable position of identifying and sympathizing with a society it is conditioned to despise.
Well, according to ancient actor Ernest Borgnine's new autobiography No, I'm Not Dead Yet, Thank You Very Much (that's not what it's called by the way, but it should be), Sharon Stone is no friend of the arachnid.
Fortunately the adventurous arachnid proved susceptible to the good old paper-and-cup routine.
Older figures of 366 valid fossil arachnid species names can be culled from Scudder (1891) and, some sixty years later, Petrunkevitch (1955: 48) had cataloged 505.
A highly trained dispatcher fielded the call and determined the assailant was an arachnid.
A SPIDER is an arachnid, which has a two-part body, eight legs and two pincers.