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Having shown you this, there remains but a word of comment upon that newspaper article.
Having refreshed themselves at the spring, they spent the night in prayer.
Explain to the students that having the solution to a problem is only the first step in actually solving a problem.
Centipedes have long, segmented bodies, with each segment having a pair of legs.
Having little or no sense of smell, dolphins make up for it with a sharp sense of hearing.
Or there may have been a more internal reason for their having evolved a more elaborate mating system.
In general, mineral particles are small, having formed within confined areas such as lava flows or between grains of sediments.
We recommend having the watch battery replaced by a jeweler, as it is intentionally difficult to remove the back.
Anyone who has tried to replace a punctured tire or fix a leaky faucet knows the importance of having the right tool for the job.
One for using an illegal website and the other for having a weed cutter concealed on the hull.
He had water, a knife, and the skills that allowed him to pull off what he did-in addition to having the guts to cut his arm off.
Researchers create the illusion of having three hands.
The key is making sure the spent fuel stays cool-and finding a local community that accepts the risk of having it around.
When you learn how stem cells are created by an embryo and can manufacture such you will go far to having it all licked.
They can't move a limb or are having difficulty moving a limb.
It's about having educational opportunities that are not hampered by costs or scheduling.
It may not be the dog per se that's having an effect, he says.
As it is now, people get more money for having more kids.
Once the body normalizes to having a drug, or a certain level of dopamine in the system, a physical dependence develops.
One of the symptoms of schizophrenia is having sensory illusions such as hallucinations or hearing voices.
She has more options, and these options include not having a husband.
Probably worth having but not much surplus is left after the travel expenses are paid for.
Having worked tirelessly to achieve a position of gentlemanly respectability, neither a divorce nor an open affair was an option.
Having fresh greens at your fingertips is one of the best parts of the growing season.
But having our own cow would take us to a whole new level.
Instead of having soft coral-pink flowers, you can have bright rosy-red ones.
My shower wall does the same thing without me having to do anything at all.
For weeks now, we've been having nothing but brown eggs.
Another requirement was having the wall double as seating space so they, and guests, could observe the tortoise in comfort.
But instead of having a walled-in garden, he has fireproof masonry walls throughout the garden.
You'll create a fresh autumnal mood without having to rake a single leaf.
Having no hive to defend, they're not aggressive and rarely sting.
We've been having a blast with getting our gardens and team going this spring.
Now you can have it without having to catch a flight.
But having a fabulously wealthy and stunningly gorgeous neighbor had its upside.
Instead of having a traditional bridal shower, she wanted to spend the day serving our community.
We all know the horror of having too many home-grown tomatoes.
Having it onsite saves a daily round trip by car to the gym.
And no one has cool and warm season crops growing simultaneously and having them both look equally spectacular.
Nowadays, fitness is all about exercising sensibly and having fun.
Henry was emaciated and malnourished, having subsisted largely on soda and junk food pushed through the bars of his cage.
But imagine having an entire book written about what you ate throughout your life.
Having an art history background is great, but the artists you study in art history are ones that are well established.
City dwellers sometimes enjoy their antics, but having the animals around is not all fun.
Most were subsequently found alive after having become hopelessly lost in dense underbrush and rugged volcanic terrain.
Generally, having white fur is only good if you live in a white environment.
The chair is novel if no other patent mentions each of its defining aspects: having four legs and a swivel function.
Having scientific colleagues name a new species after you can be an honor or an insult, however unintended.
Helped me from having my throat feel too dry-Listening as much as possible.
Many were anxious they would be stuck somewhere on the road, having had an accident.
Research confirms that having faculty role models leads to success for students of color.
Having animals in the city is entirely different from having animals out in the country.
More than a week later, he's still having to defend the decision.
While the company is still a long way from having a practical biofuel, its progress will be under close watch.
The user bags items while shopping, thus avoiding having to unload and reload the cart at the register.
Having more electrical energy, you can always think of that as having more energy to dissipate.
Doctors have long sought better ways to examine the workings of the human body without having to cut their patients open.
Dogs, having intelligence, can adapt to the new tasks asked of them.
Another small company is having a go at filling the demand for electric vehicles that the major automakers haven't yet filled.
We need to find out why you're still having these fevers.
It's also that a species benefits from having individuals be immune to some things and vulnerable to others, a new study shows.
Many disliked the idea of having their faith scrutinized by a scientist, especially a white one.
All of this relies on them having their equipment on the same side and that, in turn, depends on the spiral of their shells.
Having a rover, however good is not the same as having a human geologist able to react a human scientific manner on the spot.
They earned their moniker by having blurry vision and sensing chemicals through their skin to find their way around.
As anyone in any navy will tell you, simply having a ship is only the beginning to effective carrier operations.
Usually it's a luxury, but at other times, having friends around can fundamentally change the way you experience a movie.
Having a computer partner also meant never having to worry about making a tactical blunder.
More than the novel, the short story depended on that system, having so much less scope for creating a new one of its own.
His revolutionary career can best be told as having traversed three periods.
Happiness is having a jar of sweet, tart, crunchy relish in the refrigerator.
Sometimes it's to avoid having the wine perceived as funky, or bought for what the grower believes is the wrong reason.
There is no menu, no decision to be made about the food, no knowledge of what you will be having.
People were sitting and having a proper lunch, but at a faster pace.
Tenderness-provided they possess a physical charm, which makes their tenderness worth having.
Being privileged is having health insurance in the first place.
Tell your doctor, nurse-midwife, or midwife any questions or concerns you have about having an episiotomy.
View information about what to do if someone is having a seizure.
Having answers to the questions above also can help when you talk to your doctor.
The veteran reported that he was currently having difficulty maintaining relationships, and was experiencing.
Maybe even that quiet couple right next door is having more fun in bed, and more often.

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