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The entire sequence of ecological communities successively occupying an area from the initial stage to the climax.
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sere a plant SUCCESSION; a progression of plant communities with time.
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Their escape and evasion
driving techniques were honed at Llandow Race Track in the Vale of Glamorganas the trainees took turns at being drivers, bodyguards and the target VIP.
Although there was some scepticism at first on the British side, mostly because she was so young, she eventually won the support of M19, the escape and evasion
During the early 1990s, many soldiers reported that efforts were being made during escape and evasion
training to desensitize them to the idea of female soldiers being held captive.