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Therefore, everything has to be planned and carried out far more methodically than in temperate climates.
Moths are to be found in temperate climates all over the world.
The average home in any temperate region is likely to host several dozen species of spiders.
The direct cooling has happened in temperate and polar regions, where ozone depletion has been concentrated.
They tend to dive deeper and longer than the bulls, possibly because they have to reach food in the more temperate waters.
By the end of the century, however, temperate regions will also suffer.
Perhaps if you did so his responses to you would in the future be more temperate.
If you live in a temperate climate or still go to school, the long winter months can get downright oppressive.

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