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1 Gregory Peck's very good too. Ages 10 +.
2 Even in the darkest ages humanity has endured.
3 These are aspirations that stretch back through the ages - aspirations at the heart of Judaism, at the heart of Christianity, at the heart of all of the world's great religions.
4 a second tragedy and an insult to the memory of those who died there, were we to return, even in part, to those dark ages.
5 in the early ages of the Earth, land and water had not yet distinctly separated, huge misshapen amphibious creatures walked the trunk-less forests growing on the oozing silt.
6 Here we shed a little light on the not-so-barbaric Dark Ages, and what really went on in the worlds of torture and justice.
7 People in nearly every culture have long believed that communication with the dead is possible, and throughout the ages many people have claimed to be able to speak with the dearly departed.
8 In the darkest days of the Middle Ages, a Germanic king adapted the rigid metal stirrups used in Asia, making them instead from flexible leather.
9 It fed the largest herds of fur seals and great whales on Earth in the ages before the sealers and whalers came.
10 may conjure up images of dirt, squalor and plague, but the middle ages also created a society that was, remarkably, anti-capitalist.
11 Early this week, the children, ages 4 to 14, slept huddled together for warmth under bed sheets slung over branches in a tent city on the paved grounds of a damaged school.
12 Teens between the ages of 14 and 17 were mostly unaware of skin cancer risks associated with tanning.
13 Girls at all ages said girls were cleverer, performed better and were more focused.
14 Not necessarily in the sense that you might be able to work your way through all of our picks in a month, but in the sense that it can inspire and guide book-lovers of all tastes and ages.
15 Even after the Middle Ages, Europeans rarely brewed alcohol from grains, ” he said.
16 However, the Selective Service System remains in place as a contingency plan; men between the ages of 18 and 25 are required to register so that a draft can be readily resumed if needed.
17 Because language comprehension is something we learn at the earliest ages, it takes the lion \ \ \ 's share of our processing power, leaving our minds prone to error while we multitask with driving.
18 The plague was greatly feared in the Middle Ages.
19 In the Middle Ages, a favourite punishment was to gouge out a prisoner's eyes.
20 children between the ages of 8 and 12 lined up on Saturdays to buy their nickel tickets to see the crisis of last Saturday resolved.
21 They were covered with huge deposits of mud; and by processes of chemistry, pressure and temperature were changed through long ages into what we know as oil.
22 Throughout the ages people have considered citrus fruit to symbolized love, happiness, holiness and fruitfulness.
23 Plenty of travelers perished accidentally crossing the murky bogs of northern Europe, but at least some individuals, especially in the Middle Ages, were buried there carefully and on purpose.
24 None of the European adventurers who wrote up their travels through Asia in the late Middle Ages remark on it.
25 With our political system tarnished by expenses fiddling, and the banking system in meltdown, there is one period that provides a blueprint for an enlightened financial system - the middle ages.
26 A: a predisposition to heart disease would probably increase your risk of sudden death, but it happens at all ages and can happen to otherwise healthy people.
27 But estimates of their ages depend on theories of how stars live and perish.
28 More than half of people who die between the ages of 15 to 64 do as a result of unhealthy decisions, compared to just 5 percent a century ago. And impulse control takes a toll across all age groups.
29 They do that for a specific reason, because nearly every one of all ages, RACES, and creeds buy Nintendo products.
30 The ages of a father and son add up to 66. The father’s age is the son’s age reversed.