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Temperatures are mild here, but severe winters descend at times.
If misting is your only option, be sure to thoroughly wet them several times a week.
The fairy castle decor provides a magical setting for story times featuring costumed characters.
Over the years, he has been tried more than a dozen times for fraud, false accounting or bribery.
In all, subsidies cost almost three times the size of the education budget.
Now his pupil will manage the problem, some times live if curious.
One result: the fighting atop the limestone produced casualties at almost five times the rate of the fighting atop the dolomite.
Three or four times a day, they would take the water's temperature and record it on a chart.
Indeed, he draws or paints nearly every day and plays tennis about three times a week.
In ancient times, authors often dictated their books.
As a secular endeavor, the pharmacy could fully exploit the trends of the times.
Understanding the geographies of past times, therefore, is as important as understanding the geography of the present.
He is asked only to stay in fighting form and to defend the regime in times of trouble.
Ask students what they think might be the similarities and differences between piracy today and in historical times.
The mixture then formed crystals, seen here magnified ten times under specially polarized light.
Sleep disorders such as sleepwalking arise when normal physiological systems are active at inappropriate times.
Because at times, a doctor can in fact do harm without intent.
And in no direction was the slightest concern evinced-Times.
Of course no obstacles should be put in the way of charitable people providing free or other meals if they think fit-Times.
She has guarantees enough and victories galore-Times.
And his nakedness is ofttimes so much, as many times a leather jerkin gashed serves him at once for a shirt and ornament.
It is not so much a matter of persons as of times and means.
As in any intense spy-action thriller, the fighting is pretty intense at times, but there is no overt show of blood.
In the two weeks immediately following his emergence on the national scene, he had registered multiple hits in a game six times.
He sits in a restaurant and sends his food back three times.
That's about three times the total global human energy consumption.
He was able to get these images within a few moments of the exact times of apogee and perigee.
By contrast, the computer on your desk consumes a million times as much energy per calculation.
When times get tough, the parent tree withdraws all support and the seedlings perish, turning brown.
Radio has transformed society three times, not to mention giving birth to the entire field of electronics.
One had jumped three times toward the boat and then thirty-three times against the current.
In times past the elephants were more successful than people.
What is at stake perhaps is only a small footnote to the intellectual history of the times.
Times may be tough, but that doesn't mean you have to resort to off-brand booze.
Spread batter in loaf pan and rap pan several times on counter to eliminate air bubbles.
Its complexity rivals the finest gins on the market, some of which cost four times as much as a lowly bottle of vodka.
The following table displays the latest information on wait times for heavily trafficked offices.
The information below shows current typical wait times for the services listed.
In fact, this event will happen an infinite number of times.
Ethanol derived from corn consumes up to three times more water than previously thought, according to a new study.
But to use it, the proxy records must be sampled at the same times and have the same length.
Some of the material has never reverted to its original state on the other hand some has reverted multiple times.
The material uses the light more effectively, generating hundreds of times more current than conventional silicon.
It would appear that the real break through is the circulation times.
The same gallium-arsenide wafer can be reused many times, reducing costs.
At room temperature, the resulting bond is three times stronger than a direct bond between copper and silica.
Holographic memory stores data in three dimensions instead of two and could make data retrieval hundreds of times faster.
Compact fluorescent lights are four times as efficient as today's incandescent bulbs and last ten to twenty times as long.
What is more relevant to our times, though, is that the rich of today are also different from the rich of yesterday.

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