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Our experience growing the plants confirmed his claim.
And it confirmed once again the hunger in our country for genuine ways of connecting with other people over good, home-grown food.
Now a new study has confirmed a strong correlation between certain types of migraines and the onset of menstruation.
They confirmed the correlation between cold packs and high loneliness scores.
Other scientists have confirmed that the antibodies protect against plaque buildup.
The family had not issued a statement at deadline and no reports on her condition had been confirmed.
Actually, if the team's claim holds up, it will be the first confirmed linkage of a specific gene to any complex behavioral trait.
Their ocean measurements in a host of locations around the world have confirmed that ocean's acidity is increasing.
Research confirmed that social cues among earthworms influence behavior.
The animal has been photographed and its existence confirmed.
More, all kinds of behavioral relationships can be tested and confirmed which arise out of networks and bursts.
The scientists confirmed that the mouse could sing and then bred it with laboratory house mice.
If he could not, that meant fear of being caught had parched his throat, and his deceit was confirmed.
Some preserved stomach contents confirmed that it was a fish-eater.
Dental records confirmed the match, and another sad and baffling case was solved.
Peters says that he has gathered suggestions from his volunteers and that the name will likely be confirmed by the zoo's director.
Salt water can indeed burn when exposed to a certain kind of radio wave, a university chemist has confirmed.
Researchers have confirmed a long-suspected link between logging and the devastation of forest fires in tropical rain forests.
Speculation that it might be an elevator car railing has not been confirmed.
But no animal had ever been confirmed as moving to a beat-leading to the common belief that animals ain't got rhythm.
Previous studies have confirmed the ability of trained dogs to detect skin-cancer melanomas by sniffing skin lesions.
The tape confirmed the sighting of a live ivory-billed woodpecker-and captured the attention of the world.
The rumor was confirmed there, also, from other sources.
The results of the measurements confirmed the theory in a thoroughly satisfactory manner.
If the new result is confirmed, however, it should be able to do so.
Though payments are never officially confirmed, negotiators speak of millions of dollars changing hands to free captives.
Those who believe, and feel that they have had their faith confirmed, are living in specific way.
They first confirmed what short people have always suspected: that it pays to be tall.
Several hundred are confirmed dead, but at mid-week perhaps thousands more were still missing.
If those insights are confirmed, they will change the way asthma is managed.
But multiple debt collection and bankruptcy attorneys in the previous comment threads confirmed my understanding.
Lab observations had confirmed these parental ratings.
These first returns confirmed the conclusions of the previous studies based on altogether different fact-gathering methodology.
To be sure, no confirmed details have emerged so far about the suspects' motives or their objectives.
If anything the debt ceiling debacle confirmed their fears.
But it's always interesting to have theoretical predictions confirmed.
The researchers also tested the peptide in human tissue samples and confirmed that it would also bind to human nerves.
Yet if initial results are confirmed by future research, the new materials will represent a significant advance.
Such a spatial variation, if confirmed, might indicate an anisotropic universe.
But that test confirmed rates only for data transmitted across a lab.
But he developed predictions in a logically sound basis of mathematics and his predictions were confirmed.
Before the effectiveness of a drug can be confirmed, it must be tested and tested again.
She removed it from the wall, took it out of its frame, and confirmed that it was in excellent shape.
His opinion had been forged on first contact, and confirmed on that third evening.
Several planets detected using reflexive motion were confirmed by subsequent transits.
The nomenclature could get even messier when the details of this new find are confirmed.
Examination of individual bones confirmed that the nose, cheeks, and jaw were all childlike.
If the finding is confirmed, it could allow doctors to focus treatment on patients wrongly diagnosed as vegetative.
Now, to be careful: these are candidate planets, which means they have not been confirmed.
With a nod of his head he confirmed the accuracy of the messenger's words.
By the next day, twenty-five people were confirmed dead.
The confession of faith is fully confirmed by the work.
The accuracy of his measurements has never been challenged, and many other observers have confirmed his results.
Three different official investigations in the space of three years have confirmed the migration theory.
Grace confirmed that she was working on a book, but insisted it was pure fiction.
If the price didn't tip me off to the possibility that this might be a knockoff, the cover blurb pretty much confirmed it.
Initial public outrage over the police's actions only increased when widespread suspicion about the raids' origin was confirmed.
The model's premises and predictions have been confirmed again and again by experiments at cern and elsewhere.
Kate has confirmed the meeting took place, but will not discuss the details.

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