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My favorite part of speech is the group of little guys known as modal auxiliaries or informally, modals.
But the best part of being an adjunct is that it can serve as a kind of professorial apprenticeship.
Instead it must be landed and recorded as part of that boat's quota.
But shark populations are being decimated at a frightening pace, killed in large part simply for their fins.
One part provides the intention, and the other powers the actual movement.
Part of the fun of this premise of the franchise is to explore history in ways that are both educational but also playful.
Rose screened part of the driveway with easy-care plants and bamboo trellises.
Here's one tricky part that turns out to not actually be so tricky.
Morphine acts on a part of the brain known as the opioid system, which is linked to pain, pleasure and addictive behaviors.
She'd been making the food for so long that the work seemed part of her.
Cut from the outside to allow the center part of the plant to keep growing.
Stay tuned for the second part of this interview, posting later this week.
They suggest that the brain does not register the limb as a part of the body, and contains no representation of it.
They blend together wonderfully which is all part of this city's charm.
The color of the juices in any part of the bird is not a good indication of whether it's done.
Carnivores are a major part of the food web, a description of which organisms eat which other organisms in the wild.
After that, the moon will transit across the northern part of the sun.
The bird's obscurity is due in large part to the remoteness of its habitat.
Most lawns are watered by sprinklers--either the hose-end sort or those that are part of a fixed system.
Now, backed by the enveloping curves of a stone-filled wire-mesh wall, this part of the yard feels cozy.
Part of the problem with trying to mobilise deposits from poor people is simple economics.
In the final part of the programme students complete a project and dissertation.
For world leaders, geography is a crucial part of understanding how the world works.
The hardest part of building a wood bench is ensuring that its legs are sturdy and well attached.
The arrows would have been fired as part of the opening exchanges.
Sounds once such an essential part of life-the ring of a pre-digital telephone-are disappearing.
Part is presumably push: a feeling that he no longer belongs to the place where he lives.
Those were not a part of the information that was received by their maintenance base.
Two lion prides are on display, and each rotates into the exhibit for part of the day.
Part of the fun of tooling around the community is the mixture of high and low architecture and design.
Wilted leaves often perk up if you cut off the damaged part of the stem and put it in water.
But, truth be told, the latkes are still my favorite part.
You've been doing it for years and it's a big part of your daily routine.
Everybody knows that chewing your food carefully is part of good table manners.
From plug-ins to planktonic algae, technology is part of the solution to climate change.
In part, the strife also reflects jockeying for power ahead of the succession.
It's part of the nature of human communication that one doesn't always say the same thing to every audience.
While part of the sea is making a comeback, photos show how bad the damage once was.
No part of the ancient script was altered or damaged during this process.
Show how the highest part of a wave is called the crest, and the lowest part is the trough.
Of course, transportation planners have been promising us this for the better part of two decades.
All you could do, really, was use your abilities to do what you could to make a little part of the universe better.
Nail a phrase perfectly, and that part of the song will start to play itself for a while so you can flip to the next part.
And it could be part of the reason sleepy college students, new parents and shift workers pack on pounds.
Worrying is a natural part of illness, but it can be alleviated by sharing it with trusted friends.
Hung from a nail at the side of the fireplace: a poker bent out of an auto part.
And several major hydro stations, built as part of the west-to-east electricity transmission plan, failed to do their jobs.
Therefore it will not be found in the brain or in any other part of physical reality.
Filmmakers and studios gravitated toward bigger and longer movies, but short films remained an important part of the industry.
What got me interested was that this part of her life is such a dramatic story.
Their work is an important part of preventative health care.
It's easy to study the diversity of species here in part because there aren't all that many species to see.
In part that is because the entire watershed that feeds into the bay is uninhabited wilderness.
Good looks also play a large part in two other new bento books.
There is no deeper, darker part of the body than the interior of our bones.
Scar tissue, formed from cells in the white part of the eye, can cover the cornea in a cloudy haze.
But researchers have found that cells drawn from another part of the body can correct the problem.
As a result, pain in one part of the body can block pain signals from another.
In part, this is because it's the job of traders to trade.
There is a new awareness of what is happening musically in every part of the world.
The beetle, seen in the upper part of the frame, is tethered for practical purposes.
And in part it's simply a useful venue for discussions, since ethnography is still an emerging tool in technology industries.
But that's only a part of what the company aspires to be.
Part of the reason so many of the people around him are so loyal-such true believers-is that they're caught up in it.
As part of the campaign, she educates people about easy registration, which requires only a quick swab.
They had expected some tissue loss, maybe a few fingers or part of a foot.
Rolling into the apology is often the toughest part, especially if the tone up to now has been light.
It has to be part of a real career path, with upward mobility.
Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited.
Now it's firmly accepted as a fundamental part of the universe.
Charm is not part of his presentation of self-he makes no effort to be ingratiating.
To him, human beings were no less a part of the natural world than the mountains and lakes and skies that enveloped them.
He was part of a new era, and addressed a new audience.
Part of the holy war was, as it were, an exercise in philosophical cleansing.
But it is wrong to think that whenever you define something that has a history, you must make history part of your definition.
These high school graduates, moreover, represent a dwindling part of the population.
He played a part in the emerging rock and roll scene and later founded a music publishing company.
During the election campaign, he sought to draw votes away from ultra-nationalists-part of his attempt to obtain a supermajority.

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