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Presumably this approach will enable the ship to navigate past the jet stream and maintain its position.
Presumably the false teeth helped to maintain a grip on slippery prey such as fish and squid on which these giant birds fed.
The site also has a photo of a modern office building, presumably its headquarters.
It presumably would be useful only to short-range commuters with no other need for the car.
There was no reference to the size of the object and the picture was taken presumably by a satellite looking down on it.
Presumably, the other half of the human population is already sufficiently peaceable.
The bank presumably reckons that its medicine is already working.
They have been purposefully perforated, presumably to be strung together.
Then he goes to practice in a modest community because he presumably has the genuine healer's zeal.
Each is designed with a slight outward lean, presumably to protect the main mausoleum in case one of them should collapse.
Experienced foreign private-equity firms are presumably not so gullible.
And presumably, life would be somewhat better for both of them.
Presumably the inflation stage expanded the universe to a size that it appears flat.
Presumably to minimize the risk of revealing his location through contact with the outside world.
They're born with a drive to dominate, which presumably helps them uphold their matrilineal status.
The latter will presumably trade at a discount to the former.
Presumably, the cookie was looking to see what sorts of products those it had infected might be interested in buying.
Presumably, those who make the standards will let them evolve as new situations are encountered.
Presumably the book underwent peer review when it included the pictures.
The selection process has not been revealed, but presumably beta keys will be handed out at random to interested gamers.
Presumably economic incentives work on budding and established novelists as on anyone else.
If you're walking around, presumably you'd be looking at the students.
These tunnels presumably are responsible for the improved optical properties.
But this one presumably has a larger sensor than the other minis and can pick up nicer, more accurate detail and color.
But he did let his hair grow, and presumably enjoyed the benefits of the post-pill era.
Frog toxins engage the nose and make them thoroughly unappetizing to humans, and presumably predators as well.
Presumably the temperature at the time of pricking would be about the same as the time of the bubble formation.
Yet presumably they evolved from fish with functioning eyes.
But these are nuances that, presumably, can be added into the model as it becomes more complex.
But the information is still being recorded, presumably in perpetuity.
Presumably, each new universe could develop a different set of physical laws.
Presumably a diplomatic officer is under as strict discipline as an army officer.
But if a faculty member is not paid to develop a specific online course, presumably he/she retains ownership over its content.
Presumably at this point you're not going to have that problem.
The meteorite has always been known for its strong odour, presumably caused by the organic chemicals it contains.
Presumably, he meant the communist insurgency still simmering in the border area.
Presumably, this is a sly comment about the traffic laws.
Presumably the stress of impending decapitation caused her locks to lose color within hours.
They ornamented their bodies and buried their dead with elaborate grave goods, presumably to serve them in an afterlife.
He closely hugged the southern coast, presumably making landfalls, and resumed his journey by cycle.
In the southern shaft he was stopped, presumably by the blocking door.
Presumably that was the primary goal of the perpetrators-to attract attention, to spawn fear.
My best moment was tailing a tiny electric car, presumably with a smug environmentalist behind the wheel, on a narrow road.
Presumably these slobs never wash the dishes, either.
Presumably there are some things that are best left unsmelled.
Someone being the editorial staff that a magazine presumably has, or should have.
It apparently lived in open habitats and presumably could tackle even prey as large as a bison.
The private sector, presumably knowing a dud when it sees one, will not put up money for the bridge.
Some of those would, presumably, come at the expense of jobs elsewhere in the economy.
If one guy was obviously stronger than the other, presumably the weaker would head out in favor of saving his own neck.
Presumably the change in appearance tricks foraging birds into eating the otherwise unappetizing ants-parasites and all.
It does not apply to single people, who are presumably less sinful.
However, there would presumably need to be some oversight of any taxpayer subsidies they got.
Similarly, if she helps invent better products, she will presumably capture those gains as well.
As you ride to work on the bus or train, count the people you see wearing headphones and presumably listening to music.
Presumably you'll also need to bring along a plastic bag to protect them from all that thirstily-absorbed seawater.
For instance, the data could presumably be subpoenaed by governments or divorce lawyers.
Presumably someone who gets nominated has a better chance at an interview.
Presumably the markets can manage to hold on until then.
After all, the ghosted columns had been appearing for years, presumably under the names of other faculty members.
Presumably, with three mics, they'd be able to actually read the gestures in two dimensions based on the timing of the signals.
Naturally, you'll be able to chat in real-time with that friend, presumably about the song or the band in question.
And all those other disgruntled retired generals presumably waiting in the wings stayed quiet.
It presumably gets difficult if you're talking to people from different castes at the same time.
Only they often take a few thousand years, presumably.
Presumably the two grad students you have now are funded internally.
Both building a new memory and tucking away an old one presumably involved building proteins at the synapse.
They have been made by a state-secrets watchdog, presumably with the government's blessing.
Gradual compensated emancipation would, presumably, have been the better option.
Presumably because of the dragonfly equivalent of testosterone coursing through his veins.
They are presumably made of conductive material, and when you press one down the key is activated.
The virus had exactly the effect that the authors would presumably have predicted.
Presumably there will be some kinds of business that one kind will do better than another.
Presumably you chose it because it was right for you.
In an age of space travel, anyone with the wherewithal has presumably gone away.
Presumably, you'd need scan all of the fingerprints of people who might potentially use your car in the case of an emergency.
Presumably the idea is that if loggers pay fewer taxes, they will invest more in conservation.
The slow return of the dunes to their normal brightness strongly suggests evaporation of some liquid, presumably methane.
Presumably you occasionally have conversations apart from the evils of diversity.
He's less reticent about discussing his frequent-flier mileage balance, which presumably exceeds that of his peers.
Presumably it also wanted to be able to say it had the spill under control.
They then prematurely announced a slew of tour dates, including on the mainland, presumably to drum up publicity.
Methane differed idiosyncratically, presumably due to differences in flora.
Presumably they would protect the letter with a paper casing.
Various vultures have featherless necks, presumably to stop the blood and gore from their meals matting their plumage.
Part is presumably push: a feeling that he no longer belongs to the place where he lives.
It was, presumably, a candidate for either renovation or demolition.
They presumably fear jeopardising the stability of their renegade ally.
Presumably, army casualties would be far higher if the war were as straightforward as it's often made out to be.
Our own species will go extinct presumably long before that.
Presumably the discontented and cynical among them had already drifted off elsewhere.
About midnight there was an intermission in the music, presumably for supper.
Presumably these simulations have provide predictive power.
Almost all senior faculty will come with portable funding, but since you are coming from industry, presumably you will not.
Presumably, they are able to use various cues such as the topic of conversation and the inferred emotional state of each speaker.
Presumably this means that they'll be fast and quiet for video shooting.
The movie is deliberately vague, an obfuscation presumably intended to intrigue us.
Presumably you'll need to re-input all your user and app login details.
What you are seeing here is the animal presumably bottom feeding.
If one plant were so synchronized, presumably the others would follow automatically.
Presumably, less stringent measures haven't worked, or the behavior would not have occurred.
Does it order and pay for it for you, presumably you have to give your program credit card details.
Presumably, sophisticated aliens could do the same for themselves.
But, if you had lots of cousins you could presumably reconstruct the genotypes far better.
If the allegation holds up, next comes a presumably deep investigation.
Presumably he survived, however, because somebody nursed him back to health.
These neurons are then presumably available to aid in situations that tax the mind.
For one thing trilobites presumably had casings of chitin not calcium carbonate.
It had presumably returned to its haunts in the murky, peaty depths of the lake.
Presumably this would not be so for any experienced flight instructor.
These little guys can feast on pure caffeine all day-and presumably all night-long.
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