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A G protein involved in olfaction, a neural activity that is similar to vision, as it requires conversion of external signals to electrical signals recognisable by the brain
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The early stages of the Cape Pleasant golf tournament need no detailed description.
Everyone who has seen Archibald Mealing play golf knows that his teeing off is one of the most impressive sights ever witnessed on the links.
The fact is, I have been playing in a golf tournament.
As long as he could afford to belong to one or two golf clubs and have something over for those small loans which, in certain of the numerous circles in which he moved, were the inevitable concomitant of popularity, he was satisfied.
I couldn't trade on a chance acquaintance of the golf links to--'
Baldwin's golf life began after she read an advertisement for free golf lessons for children in a Detroit newspaper.
CENTRAL NEW YORK August 21--Greenview Golf Club, West Monroe.
Golf can also be written about, which is a tremendous boon to children of all ages who feel that they must, however grudgingly, observe Father's Day, the most manufactured, "yeah, right" holiday on our calendar.
Whereas golf was once jokingly referred to as an old man's sport, the National Golf Foundation has noted that since 1996 the tables have turned.
I anticipate this exciting new high stakes tournament, which incorporates the great game of golf with the widely popular game of poker, will be immediately embraced by golfers and golf enthusiasts.
When he was 15, Stephen met Woods at a golf classic he attended under the banner of the National Minority Junior Golf Scholarship Association (NMJGSA).