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Organism; being: ontogeny.
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Inject or extrude "molten" Alcryn (melt temperature 340 [degrees] F to 360 [degrees] F [170 [degrees] C to 180 [degrees] C]) onto the plastic surface.
The driver jumped out of the car and ran onto the freeway with his dog following.
Steiner and his coworkers then place onto the stamped gold a blend of two polymers--polystyrene and polyvinylpyridine--in a small amount of solvent.
The six options can be divided into two categories - those that would allow treated effluent to overflow in winter onto Rosamond Dry Lake and those that call for no overflows.
We've developed a method to make a rubber stamp, ink it with a chemical, and then stamp a pattern onto a thin film of gold.
Sanitation District 14 is facing a 2005 deadline from state water regulators to stop the overflow of treated effluent from the Lancaster sewage treatment plant onto Rosamond Dry Lake.
He reported that observations over many wavelengths, including those made with a gamma-ray telescope aboard the Soviet satellite GRANAT, show that Nova Persei's outburst matches the pattern expected when matter falls onto a disk surrounding a black hole.
By allowing the encroachment of District 14 onto EAFB, a part of this incomparable national asset will be compromised for a purpose that could be performed elsewhere.
Most New York City subway riders tell interviewers that they regularly take measures to avoid being intentionally pushed onto the subway tracks.