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Historically, those countries were colonized and exploited by the rich nations.
Plants and animals have gradually re-colonized parts of the blown-down forests and mud-filled valleys.
Mammals are born with sterile digestive tracts, which are quickly colonized by bacteria, generally from their mothers.
When the platforms were at sea level they were colonized by mollusks.
We walk on two legs, carry around enormous brains and have colonized every corner of the globe.
Neighboring plankton species colonized one tank via the wind but not another.
Because a new study finds that it's our body temperature that keeps us from being widely colonized by fungi.
But you want those spaces to be rapidly colonized by the next generation of corals.
The alien had colonized a bit of my lung as well as quite a bit of my lymph node.
The moon isn't a place that should be colonized, in fact it's not suitable for colonization.
Overwhelming feelings of anxiety colonized more and more of his life's terrain.
Downtown, even the places that used to seem permanently beyond the pale have been colonized by prosperity.
To a lesser degree, colonized healthcare workers may also serve as a reservoir.

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