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For the next ten days, the arguments will ebb and flow, and all are welcome to add thoughts of their own.
The progress of patients can often be measured in the days after treatment, and those of students in annual standardised tests.
Now, you can do interdisciplinary work within a discipline--in fact it is practically required these days.
The public and some policy makers have a long list of expectations for accreditation these days.
It's all doom and gloom in commercial newspapers these days: buyouts, layoffs, and fleeing advertisers.
For days, the holy mountain had remained hidden behind ominous clouds.
The bird, a wader called a bar-tailed godwit, completed the journey in nine days.
But in summer, the river is also a wonderful place for non-anglers to enjoy the simple pleasures of easy days and mellow nights.
These cheery bloomers light up cool days with happy colors.
No matter where team loyalties lie, football fans unite every season for food-filled game days.
And many of the remaining dishes can be made two days ahead.
They started planting within days of moving in, eight years ago.
Most patios take time, and days of effort, to build.
We will make every effort to answer your queries and will reply to you via email within two business days.
Though accompanied by days of abandoned revelry, the colorful festival is fraught with bitter rivalries.
In the early days of circus parades, the horse-drawn wagons themselves traveled overland in a caravan from town to town.
Fossils show that in its glory days it had the wingspan of a crow.
From early settlement days, the cultural arts have been an important component of cities and towns across the state.
These days urban archaeology is breaking new ground all across the country.
They may linger near a dead body for days and partially bury it.
About two days later, the activity has risen to the surface.
Fires swept much of the country, and dust storms blanketed major cities for days.
For robot designers these days, small is beautiful.
But three days later he was cheerfully ambling around the unit, joking with the nurses.
Researchers found that high testosterone levels in traders correlated with unusually successful trading days.
Currently, samples of blood-clotting platelets awaiting a recipient are stored at room temperature and only last about five days.
These days, however, this type of behavior is by no means confined to the corporate sector.
Think how much fun it is if good days are so rare that they feel wrong.
Within days of showing initially unalarming symptoms, they were gone, despite intensive treatment with antibiotics.
But her excitement gave way to anxiety during the first days and weeks at her new school.
It's important that that be said, but it will be obscured in the coming days.
In the tense days following the walkout it was the studios, not the ex-sportscaster, who first blinked.
For three days now, buildings and vehicles have been smashed and set on fire, while stores and warehouses were looted.
For three days they struggled with the dunes, until they ran out of fuel.
But even in those last good days it was a peculiarly inaccessible resort.
It's an argument that's attracting more and more proponents these days.
He came back and said he will obsolete their technology in days of his product introduction.
Solar photovoltaics is making huge strides these days as are fuel cells.
Yet anyone who's shopped for a whisk recently knows that they come in an overwhelming array of designs these days.
Days before the leaves are on the trees, the ramps' sturdy green tells woodlanders that spring is really on its way.
He seals the cakes in their pans to keep for ten days to two weeks at average temperatures.
Unlike the sales of everything else these days-morning lattes, pricey dinners, corporate jets-the sales of chocolate are booming.
These days, stores and catalogs are crammed with all manner of new tools ostensibly designed for grilling.
It's simply the old summer restlessness, which goes back to school days.
These days, the word appears in reference books and museum exhibits.
Two days ago my boyfriend came to your emergency room.
Babies can tolerate this fast heart rate for longer than adults, but not for more than a few days.
Cranky flightless birds and their green porcine enemies are on every screen these days.
He stood alone for two days, until neighbors heard his muffled moaning.
Within days, she was almost catatonic, unable to do little more than drool.
Two days ago, an intriguing story began circulating on the web.
On average, freeze-ups happened almost six days later each century, and thaws happened about six days earlier.
He had always been appealing, even seductive, in the photos from his younger days.
In addition, her faltering heart and lungs were bound to give out in a matter of days.
Pipistrelles can die if they go as few as three days without food.
Father retired some years ago to devote his days to genealogical research and quaint questions of heraldry.
The current plan calls for an initial two or three days of devastating attacks by powerful and extremely accurate weapons.
He appeared before an honor tribunal only thirteen days later, and in his opening statement confessed to all charges against him.
At one point, during the early cable news days days, it was maybe half-true.
Those films were themselves influenced by a long family tree that stretches back to the last days of the nineteenth century.
Some spritzes of this and your locks will be stick-straight for several days.

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