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While many bats can only creep awkwardly on the ground, for example, vampire bats can actually gallop.
We circled around to the top of the plateau, hoping to creep up on the animals from above.
There are three mechanisms that move the snow: creep, saltation, and suspension.
Most scientist can't manage and mission creep is the biggest problem.
Nonetheless, that grayness has begun to creep over her again.
Faces turned upward, so that their nostrils are out of water, they creep toward the land at the same rate as the tide.
Where there is overspill, there will be mission creep.
Hashtags have also undergone mission creep, and now do all sorts of interesting things.
He would watch the daylight wax and wane on the ceiling, or roaches creep slowly up the wall.
The anciently reported spells of these places creep on us.
She has watched galaxies spin and found that stars at the outskirts don't creep slowly along as expected.
It would creep along the ecliptic at a rate of one degree every nine years.
Among the more abstract theorists, however, doubt has begun to creep in.
Seventeenth-century wall built on top of a thirteenth-century sheep creep.
Another hour went by, and dusk started to creep in through the mangrove.
Drivers creep behind shoppers returning to their cars in hopes of snagging a parking space.
But even in quite poor countries, a different concept of poverty also seems to creep in, the authors argue.
It must beware of mission creep, and fight only where it can win.
He has long argued that the creep of copyright extracts a high but hidden cost to the public.
It's the biggest demon behind that pound-a-year weight creep that plagues many of us, a major diet study found.
Cars creep along while the car-pool lanes next to them often attract little traffic.
The annoyances creep in when you're fighting with computer-controlled teammates.
If radiation levels creep back up, then the government may even import bottled water to meet the demand.
Images of past torture creep into her mind before slumber does.
But afterward, he says, the rate should gradually creep back up.
A: higher temperatures, fatigue lives are altered due to rime-dependent, thermally activated creep.

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