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The sight and sound of water bring peace to a garden, but that peace comes with a price.
Hurricanes bring winds and slashing rains that flood streets, flatten homes, and leave survivors struggling to pick up the pieces.
Scandals bring attention to influence held by coaches.
The new measures also restrict the ability of foreign students to bring family members into the country with them.
But to bring about real change in a real democracy you also have to do real politics.
Ask each guest to bring a small card that lists the ingredients of their dish.
The tracks were made during the world's first-and only-attempt to chase a comet and bring a bit of it home.
If water is not available at the picnic site, bring enough to scrub clams and mussels.
Natural disasters on this scale inevitably bring chaos and suffering.
Touring floor maps bring memorable education to students.
Scientists will bring back an extinct animal species by cloning.
We used a table with wheels to make it even easier to bring the party outside.
Happily for the plainsman, the modern packer is able to bring company.
Have your students bring from home ten things that they feel represent their culture.
Cool-season flowers bring a splash of color to your garden right when you need it most.
They also bring contacts: when a tough problem arises, they know whom to e-mail for advice.
At that time, several lionesses bring together their litters, usually born within a few weeks of each other.
Bring you rod, bug spray and the best hiking boots you can afford and you will never be let down.
If their method can be made routine, it will bring enormous benefits.
Yes, the holidays bring millions of chopped-down trees and megawatts of flashing lights.
These sunny giants bring old-fashioned charm and a bounty of edible seeds.
Watch how scientists use computers to bring dinosaurs back to life.
The dems are promising to draw down the troops and bring our troops home.
Wandering musicians and mimes bring a carnival spirit.
Ancient shipwrecks and telltale shells bring to life epics of distant trade and a prehistoric flood.
Bring a date to the zoo and enjoy hot cocoa, kettle corn and other treats as you stroll through the display.
The holidays bring out the wishful thinker in all of us.
Trees bring both comfort and measurable benefits to urban environments.
Bring the liquid to a boil, then reduce heat until simmering.
Meanwhile, my current position does not bring me into contact with potential letter writers.
Mergers between fund managers will not bring fees down.
And two new books, one biography and one novel, bring her story to life.
IC chips bring digital quality to conventional radios.
It is estimated to bring the state several billion dollars in tourism every year.
The center will bring together researchers already at.
Empirically supported therapies seek to bring the power of research-proven techniques to the therapist's office.
Yet no one in their organization is likely as acutely aware of the fact that you often must spend money to bring more in.
Some think it will still be too easy and potentially lucrative to bring lawsuits for patent infringement.
But beware: what linguistic fashion raises up, it can also bring down.
Bring a book or article to read if you are on the bus.
It will be up to her, as founding director, to bring in researchers.
Bring a plastic container that can be filled with boiling water and carried with you.
We do not at present foresee a major adjustment in fiscal spending sufficient to bring inflation down to single digits.
The act's new oversight board aims to bring more and speedier discipline against rogue auditors.
Tragic events sometimes bring out the best in people.
The rest are exempted on medical grounds, or receive educational deferments which bring huge bribes for doctors and universities.
The placement of the body is said to signify honor and bring the dead closer to heaven.
Add chicken broth and bring to a boil over high heat.
Snack-bearing faculty members also seemed to put those of us who did not bring in treats at a disadvantage.
Tender, mild-flavored yellow wax beans bring premium prices at the market.
University libraries bring to mind undergraduates rooting through dusty stacks.
They disapprove of the vapid notion that spending more on a soft drink or ice cream can bring happiness or social cachet.
What we're aiming to do is to bring that behind-the-scenes experience to the visitor that can't go backstage.
Renovating a patio or a path provides the perfect opportunity to bring a touch of whimsy to the garden.
They also believe that its policymakers will eventually find the political will to bring the government's deficit under control.
Technology, which made it possible to shift such work abroad in the first place, is now helping to bring it back.
But unless you are planning on munching acorns as you pedal, you are well advised to bring some snacks for the road.
They'll go off and get missing persons lists, and they might bring back some possible names and profiles.
But hurricanes bring an even richer variety of terrors to those caught on land.
However, if they do bring up the subject, you don't have to lie.
Use the time to get a job and bring fresh eyes to your own writing.
Make these sandwiches in the morning to bring to the beach or to enjoy when back at camp.
It is a sickness that can bring fever and headaches.
Nuts bring flavor, richness, and protein to this hearty dish.
He also replaced the old grout and cleaned, buffed, and sealed the tile to bring out its vibrant yellow hue.
To bring home and render so great a spoil compendiously has been my capital difficulty.
Bring confidence upon the algae and the tentacles of the soul.
Both, in the main, may be described as efforts made by amateurs to bring the theatre into their own halls or parks.
Collective bargaining, technology leaders say, can bring high-end services to campus at lower prices.
Re food: you could tell students that if they want to bring food, they have to bring enough for everyone.
But don't bring it up in casual conversation with folks in a professional setting.
Don't see why you need to bring it up unless they ask you directly.
In many of our older cities, some of the cast-iron pipes that bring water to homes and businesses are a century old.
Objectives can be replaced by a statement of skills and knowledge that you bring to the position.
The next installment, not due for several years, will bring the story up to the present.
Coastal areas enjoy cool breezes that bring temperatures down to a more bearable level.
Falling prices for important raw materials, such as steel and natural gas, should help to bring down development costs.
Innovators generally bring dedication, fame and fortune to their firms rather than striking out on their own.
This, they argue, would deter speculators from hoarding empty property and help bring prices down.
In hospitals, patients must bring everything, including lavatory paper.
Oil companies will need to build paved roads from scratch and they will have to bring in all their own equipment.
Now researchers have revealed a new system to bring some order to this odoriferous business.
Ask students to volunteer to bring in items, both edible and inedible, that they think represent the season.
Other side of a life can bring me a moment to think.
Put your cameras and lenses into a plastic bag and seal them up before you bring them indoors.
They bring back valuable information-and unforgettable stories.
But other companies are leaving their satellites up or are counting on atmospheric drag to bring them down.
Today, however, the inequality of access that helped to bring illegality to an end is once again on the increase.
The next day, fill a large wok with water and bring it to a boil.
On the contrary, it may bring about a permanent state of war.
They can only bring things out of the data, not add them.
Everyone can bring in ideas to radically try whatever makes sense.
However, warm fronts often bring days of inclement weather.
The winds pulls cold air toward the equator from the polar regions and bring warm air toward the poles.
The clash of warm and cold air leads to the widespread precipitation the storms bring.
Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil over high heat.
There's no better way to bring reading pleasures to youngsters everywhere.
Volunteers and magazine staffers bring around the wines- six bottles to a flight-and the tasters go to work.
Also it could bring in money to help the space programs, that are being cut back.
Most of all, they see it as a way to bring in tourists.
People could sit in their cars, they could bring their babies, they could smoke.
In fact, he says, it may be impossible for humans or any other animal to bring a memory to mind without altering it in some way.
There are bathrooms and a cafeteria at the site as well as a fire pit for overnight campers, who must bring their own wood.
But he says he can't bring himself to display the picture.
She is always able to bring levity to the long hours that story entails, and that's much appreciated.
Bring a large pot of salted water or stock to a boil.
To bring about a truer understanding of the universe.
New devices may help bring drugs to market faster.
Displaying an appealing animal rather than the landscape of its natural habitat may in fact bring in more money.
The video contest will bring these ideas to a new format and level of reader engagement.
Climate change promises to bring with it longer, hotter summers to many places on the planet.
Seeds are crucial to fruit formation because they typically emit hormone signals that bring the fruit into being.
The initial cost is higher because the research and development needed to bring it online.
Bring geothermal heat to the surface, don't bring people underground.
Bring to room temperature, then beat with mixer before using.
Bring broth, water, and thyme sprigs to a bare simmer in a medium saucepan.
Bring heavy cream to a boil in a small heavy saucepan.
In a small saucepan bring water to a boil and remove pan from heat.
Return to medium-low heat and bring to a gentle simmer, whisking.
Bring milk to a bare simmer in a small saucepan over medium heat.
Bring to a simmer, stir once, then reduce heat to low.
While dried chestnuts soak, bring dried apple and juice to a simmer in a small saucepan, then turn off heat.
Bring cream to a simmer in a small heavy saucepan and remove from heat.
If you haven't seen them at your farmers' market, ask whoever sells broccoli to bring along the leaves in the future.
Insulin resistance could bring down our health system, but it's easily preventable.
Breaking down gender barriers will bring more energy and fresh perspectives into the world of science.
But conceptive gels and stem cells could bring some virility back.
Climate experts have long warned that global warming could bring an increase in extreme weather, such as hurricanes and drought.
If the thrower gets the stone off to a bad start, spin can bring it into better position before it hits the water.
Chances are they bring home dangerous bacteria, the kinds that are resistant to antibiotic treatment.
By extension, the universe might have a destiny that reaches back and conspires with the past to bring the present into view.
Eyes and cameras both have lenses that adjust the path of the incoming light to bring an image into sharper focus.
He describes them all so as to bring out their bad behavior.
It is not clear whether this snake will bring any great temptations.
Proposals to bring nuclear programs under multilateral supervision are neither new nor few in number.
It is our task as humans to bring meaning back into this wasteland.
They have created a socialist paradise for themselves that happens to bring with it capitalist-size profits.
Though barely able to speak, he ordered them to bring five different options for the mask and he would pick a design he liked.
And maybe they'll learn how to bring a little quiet into their lives again.
Lots of different chefs in the kitchen, and they take it in turns to bring in music.
We don't know that they wouldn't go all the way and bring the roof down with them.
All you need to see my work is to bring your own intuition and sunlight.
She put a clothespin on her nose and worked to bring her voice down a register, to achieve clarity and depth.
Let me tell you, if you don't want that to happen, you should bring them muffins.
Watch this dog try to bring his pool in the house.
Advocates say the project, which would take years to get started, would bring thousands of jobs to the state.
Encourage local musicians of all ages to bring their instrument of choice to join in.
But new research highlights the privacy risks that this kind of personalization can bring.
Mobile networks race to bring television to cell phones.
Organic x-ray panels could bring down the cost of medical imaging.
And higher resolution screens bring with them ever tinier fonts, which strain your eyes even if your screen is bright.
But touchscreens bring with them an extra danger, a relic of their virtuality.
The words are guaranteed to bring a groan from computer users.
Reducing the electric field would bring the polymer back to a low temperature so that it could be reused.
But seldom has technology worked to bring food as far from what was considered normal as it does today.

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