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1 Scientists also have tried to grow human organs in animals that could one day be transplanted back into humans _ like a mouse onto whose back scientists grew a human ear.
2 native to the tropical rainforests on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, the plant requires a humid climate to grow and rarely blossoms, even in the wild.
3 This whole area has been farmed out, and no crops will grow there now.
4 Most parents want to get their children off before they grow old.
5 So you need to uncover and meet the respective expectations that you both have... If you do this, your marriage will grow stronger.
6 This evolution isn't really surprising, as the benefits virtualization realizes continue to grow.
7 I want every child to have the same chances to learn and dream and grow and thrive that you girls have.
8 When our children feel we believe in them, they grow to believe in themselves.
9 But he says pressure for broad reform on the next Cuban leader, from inside Cuba and outside, will grow.
10 If you fight these thoughts and try to stop them forcefully, they will grow stronger, because you will be giving them more attention.
11 These companies have stable earnings, modest valuations and yields that beat anything on offer from the Treasury, considering the ability of dividends to grow with earnings over time.
12 But what if your mother and I created an environment where you would grow up to have a more plausible career than your dad?
13 When many people bustled in and out of this house, I saw many generations grow up and leave.
14 Since consumption tends to grow more slowly than GDP, excess capacity can only be used up via yet more investment or exports.
15 Community gardens are parcels of land divided into small plots for local residents to grow their own flowers, fruit and vegetables.
16 To use the Parasite Farm, indoor gardeners can slide the grow beds into a shelf space, attach the grow light above it, lay down a bed of starter soil and sew their seeds of choice.
17 You never know if one of your children might actually grow up to be a zoologist because of the foundation you laid during their childhood!
18 weigh about a half pound when born and grow to as much as 50 pounds. Their tails account for half of their length.
19 Whether the crops grow well or badly depends also on how the work is done.
20 Let them grow with it, until it becomes a simple fact within them, a part of themselves.
21 Most flowers will not grow in a sunless place.
22 time of the year, the fields should be submerged to grow rice.
23 data indicated that insects grow more rapidly, and they emit less carbon dioxide per unit of weight gained than do cattle and pigs.
24 after all, grow back after being harvested, so burning them does not add to overall levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
25 years and years they grow, without paying any attention to us, in meadows, in forests, and by the side of rivers — all things one likes to think about.
26 But a lesson from Italy and Spain is that bond markets worry as much about economies' ability to grow as the size of their deficit.
27 about a half pound when born and grow to as much as 50 pounds.Their tails account for half of their length.
28 As the ancestors of early humans turned to meat for sustenance, they were able to grow larger brains which in turn enabled them to make more sophisticated tools.
29 There I found Camponotus schmitzi workers crawling on pitcher plants that grow as vines at the base of the meranti.
30 Not only do we know the names of the carrots (Purple Haze, Rainbow, White Satin), we know the names of the farmers who grow them.