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# the remaining families in a sentence

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Neobatrachia is by far the largest suborder and includes **the remaining families** of modern frogs, including most common species.

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**The remaining families** count together for less than 1500 species.

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Aardvarks and pangolins are now placed in individual orders, and the new order Xenarthra was erected to group **the remaining families** (which are all related).

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Other studies placed these and the Strelitziaceae-Lowiaceae sister group in a trichotomy with **the remaining families**.

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This confirmed the place of Musaceae as sister to **the remaining families**, confirming Model 3. Heliconiaceae.

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and Neobatrachia, by far the largest group, which contains **the remaining families** of modern frogs, including most common species throughout the world.

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Several of **the remaining families** in the infraorder (those shown without common names) are former subfamilies of the Mycetophilidae, which has been recently subdivided.

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With the Calderón family on his side, Ribera decided to ignore all of **the remaining families** due to internal divisions.

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On March 12, Fannin sent Captain Amon B. King and about 28 men to take wagons to Refugio to help evacuate **the remaining families**.

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During this time, **the remaining families** of the Missouria rejoined them.

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**the remaining families** were represented by one species each.

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It is the most basal sisoroid family and is sister to a clade formed by **the remaining families**.

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**The remaining families** watch them go, praying for them and recognising their own fragile existence.

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Formerly classified in the Geotrupidae, they are currently assigned to their own family Pleocomidae, considered the sister group to all **the remaining families** of Scarabaeoidea.

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Of **the remaining families**, only Proctotrupidae contains a substantial number of species, with over 400 described.

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Most of **the remaining families** were forced to leave after the devastating Ohio River flood of 1937, which swamped this area.

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Amblycipitidae is the most basal family and is sister to **the remaining families**.

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Others were left on Nut Island at the mouth of the Hudson River, while **the remaining families** were taken up the Hudson to Fort Orange.

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**The remaining families** of those men abroad made matches and between 50 and 100 women left the village to join their new husbands following 'proxy' marriages.

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**The remaining families** diverged in the first diversification episode, during a 10 to 12 million-year window between the Late Eocene (42 mya) and into the Oligocene (30 mya).

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The relationship between **the remaining families** has been less clear.

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Ithonidae forms a sister group to **the remaining families** in the suborder Hemerobiiformia.

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**The remaining families** prospered from sheep ranching.

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By edict of the mining company, **the remaining families** were forced out so that the company could reclaim the land.

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Most of **the remaining families** moved about two miles west to Gilbert, although other homes were replanted in nearby McKinley.

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Many of **the remaining families** moved out of the Milo-Grogan area and into the nicer homes of the suburbs.

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Although Orwood is no longer its own township the Sand Spring Presbyterian Church still operates as a center of **the remaining families** in the area and still holds weekly services.

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The two houses where **the remaining families** were living were said to be "completely surrounded by gunmen.

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As the crisis continued and the project remained on hold, the neighbourhood fell into disrepair and **the remaining families** continued to leave little by little.

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In the late 1950s, **the remaining families**' houses were burnt down or bulldozed to make way for Grant Park Shopping Centre and Grant Park High School.

# Some Words

- most common species
- the over 5,000 extant species
- the Latin cauda
- elongated, low-slung animals
- a symplesiomorphic trait
- scale-free skins
- 5 ft
- a mostly Laurasian distribution
- the Holarctic region
- The family Plethodontidae
- the Amazon basin
- the Miocene
- 15 cm
- Cryptobranchus
- Salamandroidea
- Salamandridae
- Pleurodelinae
- Sirenoidea
- Sirenidae
- 8 to 75 centimetres
- 3 to 30 inches
- Thomson
- 150 centimetres
- 4.9 feet
- Gondwanan
- Central and South America
- the hind feet
- Aneides
- medulla
- paedomorphic
- habitat
- logs
- forage
- worms
- Cryptobranchoidea
- cryptobranchids
- japonicus
- hellbender
- alleganiensis
- slits