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1 This cold weather finds out my old wound.
2 Once inside the cell, if the RNA computer finds tracers of a virus or cancer it could release the appropriate drugs to kill just that one cell.
3 If it finds one - it executes it at the appropriate point.
4 Every year, when winter descends on the country, one of English literature’s great works always finds itself pulled down from my bookshelf: namely, William Thackeray’s immortal Vanity Fair.
5 In a nutshell, though, this grabs all the img elements in a particular div, named "images", and then finds all those images in the "preview" CSS class.
6 finds multiple matching versions of a file (for instance, /usr/local/spec/chocolate/resolv.conf and /usr/local/spec/resolv.conf), it will give up.
7 he finds is a soft-spoken, blue-collar billionaire - a man who seems at odds with Mr. Sorkin's previous description of the cold and ruthless and dealmaker.
8 Tintin finds himself summoned to rescue old friends from a civil war between two Latin American warlords.
9 He finds it hard to focus his thoughts on one thing for longer than five minutes.
10 The present one finds himself in charge of a revolution he did nothing to discourage but did not create.
11 She finds a policeman to check my press card and passport before allowing me to travel with her.
12 Unless it finds one or the other, it triggers a message in the main loop.
13 He gropes again in his pocket and finds his girlfriend's eyeliner.
14 He finds some shards of an old medicine bottle, the cap of a salt-shaker and a half-brick with markings that date it sometime between 1904 and 1936.
15 client passes in a unique identifier — a resource name — for the resource; the service locator finds the resource and returns it to the client.
16 In Indonesia she finds yet another piece of herself: the balance between the pleasures of eating and praying.
17 Sometimes the desserts also have surprises, such as COINS or small trinkets, baked on the inside that bring good luck to the person who finds them.
18 But if you're adamant on bucking the trend, there's plenty of storage space back there for your Brooklyn Flea finds and empty bottles of Colt 54.
19 The debt that young people carry today is often not from college, the MacArthur research finds, but from the cost of not investing in college.
20 He escaped impetuously, like the Wolf who finds his cage open.
21 If, on the other hand, a country finds itself blocked by a veto (or threatened veto), it can still decide to go it alone, as America did over the invasion of Iraq.
22 a musician to do when he finds out that his music may have been used to torture people?
23 I wish I had his saxophone's soft leather traveling bag with me, so I could give it to this man in case he someday finds himself on the way to a non-street gig.
24 And you don't really know until that customer finds your idea valuable enough that they keep using it, recommend it to their friends, and purchase it again.
25 So everywhere one looks, one finds things that infringe copyright in one way or another.
26 This characteristic finds an echo in business conduct.
27 everyone who asks receives, he who seeks finds and to him who knocks the door will be opened.
28 But a new study finds that what really influences our opinions, more than listening to any expert, is our own beliefs.
29 striking similarities between the cave finds and historical examples of drinking cups made out of skulls further support a ritual role for the Ice Age receptacles, Bello says.
30 Although often mocked in Brussels as a mediocrity, Catherine Ashton, the European Union's foreign-policy chief, finds herself at the heart of Middle Eastern mediation.