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When the music starts, facing pairs of students exchange introductions.
Pairs of dogs were led into cubicles, where they were subjected to synchronized electrical shocks.
It snorts awake and swims off as its companions drift away from us in loose pairs and trios.
Framed fossils embedded in shale, often in mirror-image pairs, can be had for a dollar or two.
Put any company of people together with freedom for conversation, and a rapid self-distribution takes place into sets and pairs.
But a start has been made with a few language pairs so that the scheme can be verified.
Its upper end supports the clavicles, and its margins articulate with the cartilages of the first seven pairs of ribs.
He likes to collect portraits in pairs-mainly husbands and wives.
Seven couples enter: four featured pairs, plus three backups.
Some nights she threw them all, some nights only a couple of pairs.
Each of his pairs of trousers has its own pair of suspenders.
His wardrobe consisted of two pairs of pants, seven shirts, and five handkerchiefs.
These accelerometers are arranged in three pairs and are aligned along three different axes of the gradiometer.
Using this information, they were able to figure out a list of potential keystroke pairs.
Take three pairs of new microscope slides out the package.
So go out on a limb and don one of these ultra-chic pairs to add a little crazy, red-carpet couture to your lashes.
Then you have shoes that last, rather than five pairs of super-trendy, out-next-month nighttime heels.
Twenty minutes later monks, alone or in pairs, stumble out of their dorm rooms and roll down the cobblestones to their church.
Soon after he did, however, four surfers in two pairs launched from the beach and paddled toward the break.
Twelve pairs of cranial nerves run from the brain stem to various areas of the head and neck.
The charity's annual review pairs celebrity claims with reality-based quotes from doctors and scientists.
There, the experimenters asked the volunteers to indicate their preferences between pairs of products, from clothes to fridges.
Eyes and antennae tended to develop in left-right pairs, for example.
Pairs of opponents display one of three hand gestures.
As her own eggs develop, however, the chromosome pairs swap some segments.
The researchers can then prepare the segment so that a computer can determine its sequence of base pairs.
To plug two pairs of headphones in to an iPod, you have to buy a special adapter.
Energy is an intrinsic part of the vacuum, and manifests itself in particle-antiparticle pairs.
The technique involves working through probability by detecting pairs of keystrokes, rather than individual keys.
When he discovers a pair of shoes he likes, he'll buy four pairs at once and wear them in regular rotation for years.
In maps of human genomes, for example, it wasn't possible to sequence enough gene pairs to get to a decent resolution.
Then the electrons spontaneously start moving in one direction and forming pairs.
Even among the twin pairs, the fitter brother tended to be the smarter.
Neural networks are typically trained to do this for a large collection of input/output pattern pairs.
Then they asked the students to choose between pairs of snack foods they had previously rated as more or less equally desirable.
The drawn pairs of eyes under each photo also don't line up with the eyes above them.
These are the dwell time on each individual key and the times between successive key pairs.
Pairs of subjects faced each other with the levers between them.
Pairs of them can give exactly the same responses to measurements conducted on them at the same time in isolated booths.
The first finding was that the total amount of food eaten, measured in grams, was highly correlated among the eating pairs.
Students can do this individually, in pairs, or in small groups.
Working in pairs, ask students to send to the headmaster or principal the postcard that pops up at the end of virtual exhibit.
Pairs of research videographers worked the platform in two-day shifts.
Ask students to form pairs, but show their work on their own maps.
Break students into pairs to work on a map-based scavenger hunt.
They're grouped into pairs and meandering strings up to ten symbols long.
Have students, in pairs or small groups, create a map of a colonial village.
Have them list their ideas in pairs or small groups.
They can do this individually, in pairs, or in small groups.
Mated pairs migrate to and breed in the northern parts of their range and build nests on the ground or in a protected cavity.
These transits occur in pairs, with more than a century separating each pair.
Blue whales live in all the world's oceans occasionally swimming in small groups but usually alone or in pairs.
Manatees are usually seen alone, in pairs, or in small groups of a half dozen or fewer animals.
They are fairly social and are typically found in pairs or in family groups or small flocks.
Dugongs spend much of their time alone or in pairs, though they are sometimes seen gathered in large herds of a hundred animals.
Though in their winter grounds they gather in huge flocks, they breed as solitary pairs spread out across the tundra.
Scientists estimate that perhaps only a few hundred pairs remain in the wild.
Pairs mate in spring and summer, when they construct small, bowl-shaped nests.
Resplendent quetzal pairs use their powerful beaks to hollow hole nests in rotted trees or stumps.
During mating season, however, groups dissolve into pairs.
Pairs establish territories and live on them all year long.
The vineyard's outdoor café, rimmed by gardens, pairs wines with daily lunch specials.
The officer searched the bag and found nine jerseys, three pairs of shoes and five pairs of shorts.
Nine jerseys, three pairs of shoes and five pairs of shorts.
City pairs were chosen because of hub status, wide range of daily flights, and variety of available carriers.
Last year, the teenagers told him they owned five or six pairs.
The sounds often evolved in pairs- two musicians sharing one kind of timbre and listening creatively to one another.
The more pairs a computer studies, the more it learns.
The online dating service pairs you with single people who share your musical tastes.
The story pairs two ill-fated marriages, one at its end, the other at its inception.
There were three lines of centrifuge pairs, closely spaced, the entire length of each hall.

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