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1 Rind also studied tarantula feet under an electron microscope and found tiny silk-producing spigots intermingled with the hairs on the spiders' feet.
2 Zeus made still another race, that of iron, troubled by toil and misery, although good is intermingled with their evils.
3 Shahabpur's smaller caste-groups are more intermingled, though discreetly separated by walkways and ditches.
4 In the town of Shushufindi, Texaco drilled for oil which brought up massive quantities of methane and tainted water intermingled with oil, heavy metals and oil byproducts.
5 In this design, services that perform business logic and services that perform data retrieval are intermingled.
6 At times the conscience of the honest man resumed its breathing, so great was the discomfort of that air in which sophisms were intermingled with truths.
7 The violence has been especially bad in parts of the Rift Valley where different groups had intermingled as a result of the redistribution of former white-owned land since independence.
8 Those days are all getting intermingled now.
9 It was a plain dirt way, and overhead the branches of trees intermingled, while a round moon hung low in the sky as if to keep me company.
10 The people are racially mixed. Taino Indians, Spaniards, Africans, Chinese, Italians, French, German, and even Lebanese people moved to the island and intermingled.
11 Money from the mainland and from Hong Kong is often intermingled.
12 The motes ended up recording 762, 868 incidents when two people intermingled within 10 feet of each other – the maximum distance that a disease can be transmitted through cough or sneeze droplets.
13 There should be no sooty or black hair intermingled with any of the tan.
14 is intermingled with the desire to help their children achieve worldly success.
15 Conclusion Intermingled transplantation of small stamps of auto-alloskin may be a atternative method for treating the extensive deep burn wounds.
16 But for now, xenon headlight mass market, suggest the good and bad are intermingled modified to normal shop owner best white, otherwise not only, still can pay for your driving brings hidden trouble.
17 Gloom intermingled with light; and his voice was subdued with emotion.
18 PLA cells survived up to 10 weeks post-transplant, maintained their shape and remained intermingled between the stroma without disrupting its histological pattern.
19 However, among these materials, the good and the bad are intermingled.
20 However, as the escalate of the market, the phenomenon that folk art tastes the good and bad are intermingled is increasingly outstanding.
21 However, face the leather shoes market of the good and bad are intermingled, consumer more it is helpless with sadness.
22 These two different types of cones are intermingled with one another across the surface of the retina.
23 This book intermingled fact with fiction.
24 Alas! In what are the plays of children not intermingled.
25 The intermingled roots of two plants growing closely together improve the quality of the soil.
26 Supernatural phenomena intermingled with the flow of gentle as well as realistic occurrences found in the Sutra cannot be taken as historical truth.
27 abnormal coronary angiography group the cases of intermingled asthenia and sthenia syndrome or sthenia syndrome were significantly higher than those in the normal coronary angiography group.
28 At length there broke in upon my dreams a cry as of horror and dismay; and thereunto, after a pause, succeeded the sound of troubled voices, intermingled with many low moanings of sorrow or of pain.
29 AIM: to approach the best therapeutic measures after allochthonous intermingled with autogenous bone transplantation in children with tumor-like legion.
30 However, no less than is all the product is same, the quality of gesso adornment material also is the good and bad are intermingled.