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No runner tracks in this year's snow looped near it.
My backyard has rabbit tracks all over it, but that does not make my backyard the rabbit capital of the world.
Sensor-studded clothing worn by a soldier tracks his movements and vital signs.
The tracks of the squid and the whale converge, are lost as they move into the band of fish, and pop out of the jumble.
The council tracks students collectively from that region because of its geopolitical importance.
The site tracks when students do choose alternatives and recommends price cuts to store managers.
During his junior year he changed tracks and began to study engineering.
One tower con troIs the upper-level tracks, the other the lower-level tracks.
Emergency workers arrived to find mangled bodies littering the tracks.
They rap over a variety of tracks, mostly made by producers outside the group, and the music is rarely difficult or abrasive.
One is a system that tracks the whereabouts of the audience's heads.
The subject is told he is on a bridge over the tracks.
If done early and well, it has the potential to stop the disease in its tracks.
Or, rather, it started to happen but was stopped in its tracks.
Trolley tracks and electric lines running down the middle of the street, however, are a promise: a line runs here.
Unfortunately, reliable data that tracks their net employment performance is scarce.
The long-term decline of the dividend tracks another trend.
There is no requirement to nominate a major but concentration tracks are offered.
Removing them means the space can be used for other things, such as running tracks or gardens.
Taking a few seconds out to skip tracks can be distracting or dangerous.
The tracks are perfectly executed, and they seem to be designed to be seen from orbit.
She confided in an adviser that the photo opportunity, so close to the tracks, was dangerous.
Picture yourself standing at branching train tracks with a unstoppable train barreling towards you.
Evolution by natural selection tracks fitness not truth.
Let's stop this anti-humanity and anti-family sentiment in it's tracks.
Or being at the switch on railroad tracks while high on crack cocaine.
The dinosaurs are long gone, but their tracks remain, telling strange tales of where the creatures went and how they lived.
Whenever the tone is repeated, the rats immediately stop dead in their tracks.
The shoes are a way of disguising tracks as the shoes are round, so you don't know if they are coming or going.
We need to stop this radical environmental agenda in its tracks.
The evidence is all there: deep tracks in the surface, with a rock at the end.
The fierce carnivore tracks the wounded creature and dines at its leisure once the prey collapses.
The hot ash smothered and buried the amphibians in their tracks.
The tundra is also slow to repair itself from physical disturbances, such as vehicular tracks.
Running parallel to the road for much of our journey are train tracks.
The earliest digs, which followed in the tracks of looters and dealers, focused on retrieving oracle bones.
There they were again, those ubiquitous vehicle tracks.
It was interesting, but really stopped the flow of storytelling dead in its tracks.
The novel tracks their gradual coming together through a maze of trials in which monsters and devils figure prominently.
It lays down tracks in the brain, cognitive templates against which new information is compared.
New software tracks a user's behavior by monitoring everyday sounds.
No runner tracks in this year's snow looped near it.
The above chart tracks the month-to-month movement of real earnings, which means income plus benefits.
We must not want to write using a tool that tracks our every move.
With one eminent exception, they had not yet broken through to the level of crime that stops the larger world in its tracks.
Another day it's a duck: feathers are everywhere, and the tracks are webbed.
Even today's obscurity is easy-the sort of gibberish that stops all thought dead in its tracks.
If you can make people on the street stop in their tracks or gawk at your display, then your job is done.
No legislation stops all crooks dead in their tracks.
Tracks can be preserved and collected by making plaster casts of them.
Using tracks in cement to explain the concept of dinosaur tracks.
Most of the tracks clock in at about five minutes, with solid melodies and abundant pace and instrument changes.
Near the scattered bones enraged cattle owners always found the tracks of a huge, two-toed paw.
He was later found toddling happily along the tracks.
For me, it was rich blend of hot new trends, smart takes on familiar problems and stop-you-in-your-tracks surprises.
The new tools are aimed at tech-savvy adulterers wary of leaving tracks on work or home computers.

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