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Yet a functioning democracy demands maximum accountability and transparency.
Yet many college instructors are only dimly familiar with that research.
Yet beneath such squeamishness, an undercurrent of relative pride still pulses, defiantly.
Power companies appreciate a smart grid but consumers have yet to see the benefits.
Yet even at the time, there were whispers that the cadaver brought home in glory might be the wrong one.
Hot and cool, invigorating yet soothing, ginger dances on the palate.
It's the highest-resolution, near-global topographic image of our lunar neighbour yet.
It can overwhelm the human immune system, yet the virus itself is fragile.
View the slide show of threatened species that have yet to make it onto the endangered species list.
Yet this bit of film is one of the rarest in existence.
Nutmeg and mace come from the same plant, yet nutmeg gets all the press.
Yet considering the race's extreme and unpredictable sailing conditions, there have been few other serious medical incidents.
From these consequences would come yet further-flung effects.
Common and yet limited, nitrogen is a conundrum of the biosphere.
Yet both gardens combine cold-hardy plants to form a seamless brocade around the house.
The problem is that accreditation doesn't represent any of those things, yet.
They're a diabolical nuisance, yet considered sacred.
Mouse finding hints that stemlike cells may yet be found in human pancreas.
Countless lab hours are spent in search for a medical cure that is still yet unknown.
She also has yet to learn that that kind of judgment has no place in a public counseling relationship.
Yet only now is the country planning a closer look at the crimes committed in those years.
Researchers have found the clearest evidence yet for a superconducting state that differs from its mirror image.
Yet shattering stereotypes and shedding fat is actually easy for this versatile omelet.
Yet clearly lurking within the entrepreneur was a film geek.
Yet no one is really sure whether these options would actually work.
The incessant sound of rushing water permeates the home, yet never overwhelms.
And yet barbecuing isn't quite as simple as it seems.
Here's a simple yet satisfying way to get more vegetables into your day.
Yet few, if any, of them have spread the disease to other humans.
No one can say for sure if there is another, yet to be discovered, domain of life.
Yet every story offers more surprises than the last.
Here is yet another good reason to brush your teeth regularly.
We pick huge handfuls of figs from her tree each evening, and yet the ground is still splattered with surplus.
It's a perfect morning, the air and water so calm it's as if the day has not yet drawn a breath.
Yet the human ear can hear and process sounds ranging from a pin drop to the roar of a jet engine.
The earliest indicator yet of autism may be the presence of flawed cells in the placenta, scientists have discovered.
And yet this ideal of wild salmon is increasingly an illusion.
Yet many mysteries of life have remained unscrutinized by human eyes.
Scientists have uncovered yet another tiny piece of the puzzle of our origins.
And yet the chances of serious deficit-cutting look slim.
Yet it is not at all clear that this top-down fix will be any more effective.
Yet even today's sailboats depend on the same wind patterns as sailboats from long ago.
The tone turns decidedly rigorous, yet always constructive.
Yet many environmentalists fear that such deforestation is a harbinger of things to come.
Yet throughout his career he explored issues of style, structure and meaning by creating variations of works by other artists.
Yet the animal that had once wielded these jaws was not a dinosaur.
Others are grown for their attractive foliage, yet others for their striking floral displays.
Yet many who epitomize those virtues are barred from applying.
Since no time traveler has shown up yet-check-out aisle tabloids notwithstanding-no such machine has yet been invented.
Yet with the right palette of plants, you can transform this wasteland into a floral oasis.
Yet scientists have only identified a few of the silk genes from a small number of species.
The best leaves are from younger stems that have not yet borne flowers.
They're in the process of developing the skills to do the work of an academic, but they're not there yet.
He's really funny, and yet he's really thin-skinned.
Yet yours has captured a beauty beyond physical sight, that touches the inner heart.
Yet when the perpetrator is known, reporting is much less common.
Yet our brain is able to integrate all the stimuli and make sense of the cacophony of movement and sound.
And newspapers had yet to turn the admissions cycle into an annual tally of percentages and prestige.
The melted down reactors are stabilizing, but the real work of repair has yet to begin.
Athletics and academics have a cordial relationship, yet one that can be strengthened still further.
In some cases the ideal experiment is not yet possible.
Yet in some respects the virus has outpaced science.
Yet for decades scientists embraced a picture that was incomplete.
The pilot studies so far have yet to transcend the level of anecdotal evidence, but these single cases are compelling.
Sweet potatoes are naturally silky textured yet low in fat.
And, yet, the details of the aftermath may surprise you.
The gravity and consequence of this accident cannot begin to be measured yet.
The material's potential for solar cells has not been demonstrated yet.
Smell is a powerful and evocative sense yet also a deeply enigmatic one.
Yet the impulse behind this work far predates modern theories of the universe.
Yet the bill that has come due for that desire is all too dear.
Yet anyone who's shopped for a whisk recently knows that they come in an overwhelming array of designs these days.
Small tear-drop shaped holes on a hand-held grater: small, yet sturdy shreds that read well for food photography.
She was pregnant in this photo, though she didn't know it yet.
Touch a button, the mill runs electrically, yet stone grinds the grain.
Pasta is so simple in concept, yet so complex in execution.
And yet at times, on the field, it would seem you have none.
The ceilings are high, yet the rooms are cozy and comfortable.
Or, worse yet, not recognizing who my real friends are.
His handling of that case raised questions that have yet to be erased.
Yet they chose to defend the country where they live.
The article outlines other serious consequences, as yet untried in court.
Even though there aren't yet that many books available, some of the out of copyright books are great.
Yet it is important to me for my own self-image and my intellectual curiosity.
Yet the perceived benefits of attending college go well beyond dollars.
He tried to put me at ease, yet he also refused to pamper me or indulge my fears.
Not with prop bets-those silly-yet-serious wagers that cover everything from the national anthem to the commercials.
Yet in the longer run the faults of the book loom large.
Yet the culture of letters has always been subject to disruption and transformation.
That's the only salvation for you--for a while yet, maybe a long while yet.
And yet blue eyes are part of our understanding of what it means to be human today.
And yet, for years, he suspected his mind had been taken over by parasites that had invaded his brain.
Yet to each side in the gun debate, those words are absolutely clear.
Ours is an age which consciously pursues health, and yet only believes in the reality of sickness.
Yet he was less successful in politics than many who enjoyed smaller advantages.
No details have yet been made public of the charges against him.
It's cool in both senses of the word, understated yet exciting, and with a tension that keeps you reading.
The speed of the conquest may yet contain the seeds of its disintegration.
Yet there is a certain underlying tension to his art.
Yet without confronting the theoretical framework, one cannot understand the argument.
Yet alongside these congratulatory tones, there is also a current of worry.
It erupted from a tangle of overlapping yet conflicting urges, which would be fitted out with later rationalizations.
They were tame as can be, our woods, and yet at night they still filled with unfathomable shadows.
And yet when people in higher education talk about its condition and its prospects, doom is often in their voices.
Yet he never lodged a single objection to any of these publications.
Yet a serious, transparent review of the intelligence system's strengths and limitations is overdue.
It is an ocean without shore, yet it bathes every nation's border.
Yet, culture delights in showing depictions of the place.
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