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If your driver license has been lost, stolen or destroyed, you may be eligible to obtain a replacement online.
Whether the ancestors to modern snakes lost their limbs at sea or on land has been the subject of debate for over a century.
Instead of gaining genes, they have lost many of them over time.
The city was burned, the inhabitants killed or exiled, and much of the heritage of the past thousand years was lost.
If you've ever lost your camera somewhere, you can probably appreciate the sentiments expressed on this poster.
As for a lawsuit, consider not only the issues of lost time and a further bruised ego, but also money.
Subjects on the other diets had lost between three and six pounds.
Also steer clear of lightweight or shriveled bulbs, since these may have lost too much moisture to recover well.
If you follow science news, you've heard a lot about something called dark energy, and you're probably feeling lost and confused.
At some point, it seemed, these older neurons lost their intrinsic ability to grow axons at all.
From every corner of the city, its rose tower guides you when you've lost your way.
The next time a soldier gets lost during military ops, he may be able shine a light on his jacket for directions.
Liquid water had to have energy put into it to become steam, and that energy is not lost.
Although average amounts of weight lost over two years is not much, some individuals do much better than average.
And once a trunk starts to rot, you've probably lost the plant.
We have now lost too many acres not to recognize an exponential explosion of plants.
Fauna, we're sorry to say, seems to have lost her queen.
Many baseball fans can tell aching tales about valuable baseball cards they have owned and lost.
So my five year old apparently lost her tooth today, and as she said, she lost it and she lost it.
We asked him about what is lost when a language dies.
For more than four centuries it was lost to history.
Academic labor has lost a lot of ground, and fast, in the last few decades.
Those bath toys and sneakers have come from container ships that lost their cargo.
Many of us have relatives or friends who have lost work.
He is one of a few academics in the country who have been detained and have lost contact with their families.
Both areas have lost species because of the depletion of the water supply and agricultural expansion.
One, all the detailed information about that object is lost.
After a half-decade of soaring returns, it was the first time endowment investments lost money.
Rather, the president's critics have simply lost their majority hold on the nine-member board.
The handful of jobs lost from coal and natural gas reduction can be replaced double or triple by burning garbage.
If you have ever lost weight on a diet only to gain it all back, you were probably as perplexed as you were disappointed.
What gets lost is the inner voice of the prose, the life of the language.
Soon, however, all trace of the opening is lost and the ovum is then completely surrounded by the uterine mucous membrane.
The fibrous layer of the pericardium is gradually lost upon the external coats of the two branches of the artery.
As it descends, it sometimes divides into two smaller folds, which are lost on the sides of the foramen magnum.
Behind, it is lost in the fat which covers the posterior surfaces of the kidneys.
But a second cause was at work to increase this exhaustion and to hasten the decadence of an art that had lost its freshness.
Still, space travel has lost much of its luster, and that loss has even rippled through science fiction writing.
IE back then many musicians became unemployed or lost jobs etc because of the recording technology.
And, yes, this shift to authenticity will take getting used to and will elicit cries about lost privacy.
Strangely, no mention is made of the fact that a pretty tiny proportion of all jobs lost actually go overseas.
Many of those whose homes survived have nevertheless lost their livelihoods.
The president, it is true, did not lose the fight because he lost the argument.
So earn back that lost sleep-and follow the dictates of your innate sleep needs.
Lost languages acquired during childhood persist in the brain.
In other cases, they may have lost their function, or they may have competed and lost out to other cells.
If the cooling water a pool is lost, the used nuclear fuel could catch fire and release radiation.
With that kind of crumbly, broken-up crust, the earthquake energy is lost in the movement of the crust from one area to another.
Because they had lost the animals that ate their fruit and dispersed their seeds.
After contact, many natives lost their lives to influenza and other diseases to which they had no natural defense.
For travelers lost baggage means no clothes, no toiletries, possibly lost business materials or gifts.
Over the years, you've probably lost contact with a few friends.
The service lost both its primary store of user data, as well as its backup.
Sadly, photographs, report cards and vacation mementos were lost to the flood.
For some reason, the starboard ballast tanks have failed to refill properly, and the ship has abruptly lost its balance.
But he never lost the atomic breath that, along with his sheer bulk, served as his main weapon of destruction.
When many borrowers were unable to pay their mortgages, the securities backed by the mortgages quickly lost value.
As earmarks have proliferated, the government's infrastructure investment has lost focus.
Huge sums will be made and lost if the global climate changes.
By the end the nights were bitter, the star had lost her glitter, but he was hanging in there.
That's money that is lost by the taxed, but doesn't go to the government.
In snakes, the change was even more radical: they lost all four of their limbs.
Perhaps the victims of this lost plague will eventually tell us about the genetic changes that made it such a potent killer.
By then it will have lost a key gyroscope needed to keep it stable.
As for envisioning her personal future, that was a lost cause.
Orbits with velocity low enough to get caught in the boundary become lost in the tangle of paths there.
History is difficult to shake off, and lost potential is not easily regained.
Although the patient had lost the equivalent of all her blood twice over, she did surprisingly well.
You're lost-alone and stranded somewhere in hosiery.
As anyone who has lost a loved one knows, the difference between zero and one is an infinity.
It also captures energy from braking that would otherwise be lost as heat.
That's because a significant amount of that light is lost in polarizers and filters inside the device.
Some electrons get lost along the way, leading to low light conversion efficiency.
Unfortunately, this process causes some unburned fuel to be lost as exhaust, resulting in higher emissions.
It slowly opened up and in the process people lost a lot of awareness of what was happening with their data.
If such heat is lost, why not use it to pre-heat the incoming materials.
It pipelines packet transmissions and only retransmits lost packets.
In this system, during operation, there is no slip and therefore no energy lost to friction.
In some situations, such as financial trading, those lost milliseconds can mean missed opportunities.
As far as depression being in your blood they have really lost the plot now.
The reflected signal is lost but the absorbed energy sets up a resonating electric field at a certain depth with the plasma.
When the decision was made conductive chargers won, inductive chargers lost, and that's all there is to it.
The war on terrorism has long since lost its crisp moral lines.
When they realized that they lost after the final whistle-they lost one nil-it was shocking, the silence.
The irony surrounding his support for the chief executive and his own current state of affairs is apparently lost on him.
She never, however, lost her ballet posture or a dancer's awareness of her limbs in space.
The irony that his good fortune originated with a professional connection seems lost on all.
She was lost beneath the surface for thirty minutes before her parents found her on the pond bottom and pulled her up.
When you feel lost in the world, there is some joy to be gleaned from exact imitations of familiar things.
White explains how a letter from the phone company about a bounced check made him write a lost-my-mind song.
The trick in foraging for a tooth lost in coffee grounds is not to be misled by the clumps.
He also has the same difficulty with places and often becomes lost when he strays from familiar routes.
She seemed fractured and lost as an outsider in the movie business, after so many years of being deeply inside.
Select from the following questions about lost or stolen credit cards.
For ages, mankind has been fascinated with the idea that lost parts of animals can be regrown.

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