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New refinancing activity and additional sales could help to strengthen the economic recovery.
Students should share and discuss their notes and ideas with their new groups.
Scientists are discovering new species all the time.
Head four hours in any direction and it's a wild new world.
With this new generation, a new fashion had come in.
Bad language could be good for you, a new study shows.
Six papers posted online present new satellite snapshots of the earliest light in the universe.
The collection includes work from eight past books and 16 new poems.
We are open to all new gamers and there friends.
Astronomers have detected two new moons around Uranus.
Among the avalanche of new products were lots of mobile phones.
In the kitchen, new oversized windows and skylights invite in the sunshine.
New homeowner upgrades kitchen and bath on a budget.
Sometimes all you have to do is change your perspective and a familiar material looks new again.
These days, academic departments are more likely to lose tenure-track faculty lines, than gain new ones.
Wikis, blogs and other collaborative web technologies could usher in a new era of science.
The fire hydrant of the future will have a new mission in addition to fighting fires.
Dangerous bacteria are developing resistance to existing antibiotics faster than humans can invent or discover new drugs.
Animals, plants and microbes can now migrate across the planet to new homes with unprecedented ease.
Energizer has a new range of solar-powered lights made for the outdoors.
Many unknown dinosaurs await discovery in rock formations all over the world, but some new species are hiding in plain sight.
Along with lacking experience generally, they're still learning to use their brain's new networks.
Unless you've been living in a cave, you probably haven't run across this new species of poisonous, nearly blind pseudoscorpion.
The world has gotten stormier over the past two decades-and the reason is a mystery, a new study says.
But new research shows many environmental factors-including water temperature, flow, and pH-affect outbreaks.
Although the government's efforts to stop foreclosures have had lackluster results, another new program hopes to do better.
These new finds are likely to be a huge boon for archaeologists, and may increase public interest, as well.
But a close look revealed that they infected amoebae and built new copies of themselves, as all viruses do.
The new science of synthetic telepathy could soon make that happen.
Instead of raiding a patient's body for a vein, heart surgeons could create a new one made from human cells.
Two cooks came up with four delicious, creative new uses for eggplant.
The trend is partly fed by the blogosphere, where a new mobile vendor can get wall-to-wall coverage of its clever new idea.
Quick-cooking scallopini are perfect for breathing new life into busy weeknights.
Information technology is reducing the need for certain jobs faster than new ones are being created.
Drugs that encourage the growth of new neurons in the brain are now headed for clinical trials.
One promising storage option is a new kind of battery made with all-liquid active materials.
The new design generates as much power as a conventional wind turbine with blades twice as big in diameter.
When a scientific experiment uncovers a new phenomenon, a scientist is pleased.
Buying a new home is one of the biggest purchases you'll ever make.

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