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deforestation

clearance of an area of forest.
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25 Deforest Avenue represents an opportunity for high-quality tenants to operate in an outstanding property situated in one of the most sought-after markets in northern New Jersey.
Packaging: Evans said EVCO plans to double the number of machines (currently five Huskys with stack molds) at the Advanced Molding Plant (AMP) in DeForest.
The first thing that DeForest really improved on was his pass rushing," said Don Pellum, who was Oregon's defensive coordinator the past two seasons.
I think it's been energizing to hear those kinds of stories about how churches are finding new life by connecting with their neighbours and community agencies," added DeForest.
We are equipped for working through the winter," DeForest said.
Tracking magnetosonic waves showed DeForest and his team that the material throughout this extended space remained connected to the solar material much further in.
With more than 10,000 new housing units being planned in the area, DeForest is growing and changing.
Reaching a goal of zero nett deforestation will require reducing the pressures to deforest that come from population expansion, rising affluence, the construction of ethanol distilleries and biodiesel refineries, and the fast-growing use of paper.
On the other hand, a small one deforests little, but thousands [put together] deforest a great deal.
In 1957, Zouary discovered proof DeForest was processing sound on film during the early 1920s--at least seven years before "The Jazz Singer"--in a rare film library he operated.
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No other simulation has had the high resolution, physical accuracy, and global coverage" of this model, says solar physicist Craig DeForest of the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, Colo.