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1 the first and third eruptions covered most of North America with ash.
2 Material such as wood chip pellets will be imported from North America and Africa, while UK-sourced biomass like tree stumps and corn stubble will also be used.
3 The Bering Strait parts North America from Asia.
4 This species transmits roundworms that cause lymphatic filariasis in tropical and subtropical regions, as well as West Nile virus and St Louis encephalitis in North America.
5 West Nile virus first appeared in North America in 1999.
6 The nationality is North America or North Europes, the occupation is an education, the research single is excellent, first the age is unlimited.
7 Large catfish in North America and Europe have reportedly bitten humans, and one species of very large catfish in Northern India is rumored to stalk and occasionally kill local villagers.
8 Maquieira wrote a careful study of Cardenal and Coronel Urtecho’s anthology of North American poetry, published two books, and then settled down to drinking.
9 But recently the inland waterways, docks and fresh-water intakes of North America have been overrun by zebra and quagga mussels-species that originate from the area around the Black Sea.
10 decision on whether to halt output in North America hasn't been made yet, Toshiyuki Shiga, Nissan's chief operating officer, told reporters today in Yokohama, Japan, where the company is based.
11 North American native-English speakers will often substitute other vowels for /a/. For example, the Japanese city of Yokohama might be pronounced ; sayonara (Japanese for 'goodbye') ;and Paris .
12 We in the audience are wondering if there is anybody in North America besides us who is NOT graduating today.
13 Newfoundland offers spectacular scenery, and is near major cities in Europe and North America, all of which should produce a large tourism industry.
14 There are roughly 10,000 new - and used-car dealers in North America accredited by the Better Business Bureau, and an additional 15,000 that provide repair and service.
15 The highest rates are found mainly in those nations where people are fairest-skinned and where the sun tanning culture is strongest: Australia, New Zealand, north America and northern Europe.
16 open-palmed pat on the head of a child is a gesture of fondness in North America.
17 That has kept display advertising revenue, where Yahoo had long been the top player in North America, hobbled as well.
18 I first came to North American in prehistoric times when I crossed the Bering Strait land bridge from Eurasia.
19 In the North American gallery of the British Museum, among the magnificent feather headdresses, and in a case beside the totem poles, is a very interesting bit of rubbish indeed.
20 North America's festering sore of what do with its homeless and disenfranchised is crystallized in a few short blocks," The Sunday Times of Australia wrote.
21 Gentian of eastern North America having clusters of bristly blue flowers.
22 Gentian of eastern North America having tubular blue or white flowers that open little if at all.
23 Lechowicz and his colleagues have analysed and modelled the timing of leaf-bud burst in 22 North American tree species throughout the twenty-first century.
24 The flu began in Russia, but spread rapidly through Europe, reaching North America and Asia before tapering off.
25 The days are getting shorter, sleeves are getting longer, and autumn's display of fiery color is just getting underway in North America's cooler climes.
26 A decade ago most ethylene in North America was made using naphtha, an oil derivative: it is this process that has propylene as its by-product.
27 nearest counterpart in the West might be toffee apples (known as candy apples in North America). But haws are sourer than apples, so they offer a refreshing contrast to the sweet coating.
28 indigenous peoples of North America, however, would not use wheels for transportation until the arrival of European settlers.
29 Nearly half of all North Americans favor the simple flavors, vanilla, chocolate, butter pecan and strawberry according to the International Ice Cream Association, in Washington, d.c..
30 North American fern with a blackish lustrous stipe .