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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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I thought I was taking advantage of the situation," Palmer, who was putting uphill, said Friday at Bel-Air.
Some are putting so much new network fiber into the ground and into new buildings that CIOs and IT administrators can't imagine being able to use it all--and that's just how they like it.
We have intelligence officers that are getting the information and putting those up through intelligence channels.
By contrast, if you don't start putting money away until your 41st birthday, then invest $1,000 a year each year until you turn 60, you will have put in $20,000, and at the end you will have $43,865.
Although non-sand saves per se did not appear to have much of a statistical impact (20%), their heavy correlation to putting made them significant.
They call this a table it raised no fuss under so much weight swaying once or twice meanwhile the man kept putting
Putting added pressure on traders today were comments from a Federal Reserve official that indicated that there was still a 50-50 chance of an interest-rate hike at the central bank's August meeting.
I hit a lot of birdies and I struggled a little bit putting for short putts, so I will putt better (today).
At the Wachovia Championship on the PGA Tour, the champion used the Odyssey(R) White Hot(R) 2-Ball Putter, the #1-selling putter ever, and the runner-up ended a season-long putting drought by one-putting seven times with his the new White Steel(R) 2-Ball SRT(TM) Putter with Saturn Ring Technology.