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Having once worked in tourism, an increasing number of citizens of those countries are beginning to become tourists themselves.
What seems apparent, and what everyone seems to agree on, is that they were once alive.
His students once asked him to tell them something about himself.
It indicates that the health of the banking system is once more being called into question.
Most brides walk down the aisle in brand-new gowns they'll wear only once.
Vertical grooves indicate where a platform once rose.
These planet-altering meteorites were once thought quite rare.
Once it nears the surface again, it can flap its tail and taxi without fully returning to the water.
Once better known for apples the region now holds dozens of wineries.
The statues are cared for even though the state of them might not be what once was.
Because of the complexity of the problem, environmental skepticism was once tenable.
Having all of them at once is only that much sweeter.
Scientists have invented a backpack that creates enough electricity to power seven portable gadgets at once.
It can be at once obvious, obscure, beautiful and bizarre.
Once a stem shrivels and dries, cut it off at the base.
Typical social gamers are in their forties and tend their virtual farms more than once a week.
Audiences are at once fragmenting into niches and consolidating around blockbusters.
Once fertile areas of the planet become desert, never to be green again within our lifetimes.
If you live in a mild climate, sow tomatillo seeds directly in the ground once all danger of frost is past.
Once dry, this coating actually protects and preserves your prints so that future generations can enjoy them as well.
Once the animals are safely established, they must be monitored.
Once scorned as nervous tics, certain tiny, unconscious flicks of the eyes now turn out to underpin much of our ability to see.
Many species don't mate until they're in their teens, and then may bear small litters only once every two years.
At the peak of the growing season, mowing may be needed more than once a week.
The students' priority is to show up and be seen, believing that it is all right to do nothing once they have arrived.
Keep up with weeding, which should be almost nil once plants fill in.
Seeing her standing there, he knew at once that was the pose he wanted.
Once the vine has reached the roof, direct its growth horizontally, tying it in place.
Once it begins in a particular area, it is almost impossible to stop, and it cannot be reversed within a human lifetime.
But the building boom that is transforming the once rural western part.
But once he began to speak, what people sensed was his integrity.
Once it has been posted on the site, the student is notified.
He once took a shot of a cemetery in the background, a one-way sign in the foreground.
Instead, they will revert to their natural inclination and commence fall bloom once again.
Once the deed is done, selectivity may come into play.
His style was at once simple and antic, serious and slapstick, metaphoric and mischievous.
Since this is a special once a year exhibition, plan on a long wait to get into the greenhouses.
Water regularly and apply a complete fertilizer once a month.
Once operators get a picture of grid conditions, they could disseminate the information to faster, smarter switches.
As it stands now, the famous quarry wall is only a portion of what once was.
Once upon a time, there was a house that was not exactly welcoming.
Once that happens all kinds of poor health will follow.
Once the hole is dug, you're ready to set in the plants.
Once valued for its bold effect in garden fringes and near water and for use as a fast-growing windbreak.
Once the body detects a bacterial invader, the immune system gobbles up free iron and locks up any stores of the element.
Fertilize at planting time, then once every two months.
Each time the light is turned on, the cells spike reliably, exactly once.
For lush plants, fertilize once before spring growth begins, again after flowering.
Once the migraine process has started, it usually requires medication to stop the headache.
Put ground meat through grinder once more and proceed with your recipe.
Boundaries once drawn by physical distance, language or expertise can now be bridged with a backlit screen and a few mouse clicks.
The human understanding when it has once adopted an opinion draws all things else to support and agree with it.
Lisa turned the trough for horses she once owned into a water garden.
Once there, he throws open the trailer's back door and drafts his plans in full view of the garden he's redesigning.
There is only one appliance, a high-quality grill large enough to handle several cooking tasks at once.
Plant in full sun, and water deeply only occasionally once established.
Once they mature, the trees benefit from yearly pruning during dormancy.
It's called heli-hiking, and once you try it, you'll never hoof it uphill for a view again.
But he doesn't call it barbecue, even though you probably will once you taste it.
Then there's photo manipulation, once a rarefied propaganda technique.
For once, all the nosy parents at the park are going to grill you about your stroller instead of the kids riding inside it.
Once she has the focus where she likes it, she closes the back and triggers the shutter with a cable release.
Studies have shown that salmonella can survive for many months in peanut butter once it's present.
How a once-wet landscape became one of the world's great deserts.
The division of labor by the two cerebral hemispheres-once thought to be uniquely human-predates us by half a billion years.
Once a new queen is selected, her form and function change.
The good news is: studies have shown that extensive training can make us better at doing two things at once.
But our collective desire for apologies may not be a great indicator of their effect once delivered.
Some may even offer you a few different answers all at once.
Once the ice melts, the surface water is free to warm up.
We need to immediately reduce these emissions once and for all.
Once upon a time there were no minerals anywhere in the cosmos.
Carrion's disease, once found in a few valleys, has crept up the mountainsides.
Conversely, dinosaurs are commonly found in areas that were once fluvial settings and in regions of extreme aridity.
Once you have worked yourself into a caffeine-deprived frenzy, reach out your hand and try and grasp your liquid gold.
Thanks once again for those of you who responded to my posting.
Organ transplant politics are once again in the news.
In any case these are things raised once you have a job offer, not in the interview.
Needless to say, once it came time to hire these debates began again so the vague posting didn't solve anything.
Click once on the one you want and a down arrow appears on the right of that slide thumbnail.
Once you have the names of the people who will be interviewing you, do some digging.
Once the change happened, the college and its professors would be expected to enhance all electronic texts in useful ways.
Once you have a list of journals, you should figure out where you can get access to them.
We are creating a nation once again vibrant, robust, and alive.
The regulatory response, though quick at first, became sluggish once politicians thought a crisis had been averted.
The main worry was that a big part of the company has been privatised once already.
His turned-up nose once annoyed him so much that for a while he slept with a peg on it.
Now even those once considered dangerous will have a say on how the remaining paramilitary rumps are dealt with.
Once it has cooled, this slag can be used to make bricks or to pave roads.
The point was that he needed a tractor, and at once.
Once the price had been established, though, it was changed.
Once the oak is seasoned, it goes to a factory called a cooperage to be made into barrels.
It was once regarded as axiomatic that globalisation would marginalise politics.
But once the cheering and the chanting had died down, serious questions remained.
Looking at many aspects of poverty at once has several benefits.
Excavations reveal the remains of sacrifices once witnessed by thousands of spectators.
Once they have determined how to effect change themselves, ask them to take action.
Dams, irrigation and now climate change have drastically reduced the once-mighty river.
Some animals coordinate their look with the seasons, shedding dark fur or molting dark feathers once the snow flies.
Every once in a while a story comes along that seems as likely as cats and dogs playing poker.
Once in place, sustainable measures are often extremely popular.
The once lush countryside began to parch and drinking water slowly evaporated.
As the liquid levels replenish-perhaps between gulps-the plug once again stops the hidden reservoir.
These ideas, once the sole province of fiction writers, face real tests in a new generation of experiments.
They find meaning in something once meaningless, and suddenly we're all connected.
There's an abundant supply of salt, which lawmakers often took grains of, and pans that once held flashes.
Once set up, all of your messages will be downloaded to your computer.
Research that once required days in the stacks or periodical rooms of libraries can now be done in minutes.
My parents drove me somewhere maybe once or twice a week, max.
People once copied quotations longhand of writers they hoped to emulate.
But once a week he wears a suit, a fine shirt, and a bow tie.
Some malware is designed to damage or destroy your computer, so once you get the infection, you quickly know it.
Once you are a registered user, you may select up to five other users whose posts you do not wish to see.
Conjecture is inevitable: big shot may have been based on big gun, with a little help from the once popular big noise.
White mashed potatoes may seem boring once you've tried these striking chive- and parsley-infused ones.
Once everything's had a chance to roll around in olive oil and warm up, add the beaten eggs.
Bring to a simmer, stir once, then reduce heat to low.
Continue to feed dough through rollers once at each setting, without folding, until you reach the second to narrowest setting.
Continue to feed dough through rollers once at each setting, without folding, until you reach narrowest setting.
Once you have everything ready for the pot, you can serve up your bouillabaisse in about half an hour.
Milk scorches easily, and once it scorches, the flavor is unpleasantly affected.
He hoped, once someone came to get him, to appear calm and collected.
She had been pretty once and still retained more than a vestige of those looks at fifty-one.
Next, he showed his visitors an alcove that had once been stuffed with filing cabinets.
It's possible that the submit button was tapped more than once and your account has already been created.
It is strangely schizophrenic: at once intellectually stimulating and emotionally static.
The historic center had been almost completely restored, in a way that struck me as at once beautiful and creepy.
Once, he had happened to be walking past as she was driven through the gate, and she had waved.
Once the robot has developed a successful simulation, it attempts to walk using the same technique.
Once implanted in the cells, the capsules protect the substance inside from being metabolized.
The user's client gets decrypts the feed once it's arrived and displays it on the local machine.
Indeed, the battery lab occupies space once devoted to internal combustion power-train development.
The new material can be poured over a site and will stop the bleeding almost at once.
The strange thing about neutrinos is that once created, they change from one flavour to another as they travel.
The terahertz sources now on the market tend to emit many frequencies at once, limiting their utility.
Once the transistors have been deposited, the screen itself must be added.
Once only theoretical, real-world cell-phone viruses are becoming more common.
Once the photo has been captured, the user has to click on key areas to help the program identify key features of the face.
He has demonstrated that these ribbons, once incorporated into transistors, show excellent electronic properties.
Some location traversal games allow each location to be visited only once.
Once the plastics harden and are removed from the molds, the fingers are ready to be hooked up to a base.
Android is designed to ask once, when the application is being installed.
Once in the body, the radio could provide wireless communication between the tiny biological sensors and an external monitor.
For once, he wasn't in their face, asking them to release more music.
In the process, they become more distant from ordinary people, losing whatever empathy they may once have had.
The president's father was also once the president, apparently.
At once you notice that you have a rather musical disposition.
For this and other courageous public efforts, she has been under house arrest more than once.
And once the underlying problem is solved, the lack of a confession never stands in the way.
People once thrilled by the potential benefits of change are dumbfounded by its actual and obvious costs.
She was hounded by the police, but for once the occasion was not hers.
The efforts are centered on rebuilding the once-magnificent city walls.
Once they find the right card, they are faced with the problem of what to write on the other side.
Once in the park, enfolded in those several thousand happy people, there was the dancing.
These days, however, these once seemingly eternal and invincible aspects of our planet's architecture are on the defensive.
Once a suicide bomber has completed his mission he at once becomes a phantom celebrity.
Once difficult to find, you can now buy jars of it in the natural foods sections of many grocery stores.
He was once a heavyweight champion, and a great one at that.
Once you get there, you'll have to scroll down to find them.
It's not one of those shifty sorts that hold two opposing views, at once.
Once s/he registers s/he will receive a confirmation email that s/he has to complete.
Since much of the area was once a swamp, it is naturally prone to flooding.
Glaring inequalities that once seemed tolerable become offensive.
For him, intimacy means putting his arm over my shoulders every once in a while and giving me a hug.
Then the holes can be plugged several weeks later, once you're positive that the bees have been killed.
So finding multiple planets around one means, once again, planets are almost certainly common in the galaxy.
Once the twist occurs, blood cannot drain out of the ovary through its veins.
Once trapped inside, nothing-not even light-can escape.
And once the hull was finished, the ship sat in seawater for a year while the inside was furnished.
Meanwhile, planets keep showing up in places scientists once considered unlikely, such as around double stars.
It would be as if once you put new software in your computer, somehow a whole new machine would materialize.
Surprisingly, the squid grow still once they are on the table.

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