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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 he remains a true radical, whose vision of paring government to the bone excites a youthful following.
3 It no longer enjoys the heady atmosphere of liberty that swirled outside its opera house in 1830, intoxicating the demonstrators whose protests set the Belgians on the road to independence.
4 Atheist though he was, he saw the Narmada as a goddess whose beauty should be decorated only with micro-dams on a human scale.
5 Two-thirds of its residents are formerly homeless people, whose rent is paid by the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development.
6 Guo Yuozhang, 63, whose grandson attends the Loulong school, said he was more ambivalent.
7 You usually start collecting money from the most committed investors and work your way out toward the ambivalent ones, whose interest increases as the round fills up.
8 And it seemed to me that this revival was based on aseparation of individual liberty from the industrial revolution whose cause andsource is individual liberty.
9 Line 7 declares a set named prod, whose elements are the Brute and Chanelle products.
10 I have never really met with movie stars butsince I’m going to Sundance, I asked to see if I could meet RobertRedford, whose work I admire.
11 But have you ever met a parent whose ambition and goal was to be a bad parent and hurt his or her child?
12 Mostafaei, whose office in Tehran is now sealed off, is credited with saving at least 50 people from execution during his career, among them many juvenile offenders.
13 The tabernacles of robbers prosper, and they that provoke God are secure; into whose hand God bringeth abundantly.
14 We do this with eye sight: Nearsightedness could have been fatal for people whose ability to survive depended on spotting dinner off in the distance.
15 Whose idea is it?
16 It helped that Christian Bale, a reluctant smiler whose sharply planed face looks as if it had been carved with a chisel, slid into Bruce Wayne's insouciance as easily as he did Batman's suit.
17 In most situations this does not pose a problem but for the translation of an IDL unsigned integer type whose value falls inside the number range of its highest order bit there will be a mismatch.
18 among his museum's keystones, Karp, a stooped, intense man whose weathered head is ornamented with a fringe of gray hair, seemed to swell with vigor and pride.
19 Critics even complain that McDonald's, whose golden arches symbolise calorie excess, should not have been allowed to sponsor the World Cup.
20 Always better to spend a little more to complete a project whose budget has overrun.
21 He is the very man in whose pocket I found my lost money.
22 Moreover, every module whose documentation you view becomes generously littered with links to any modules, functions and methods it imports.
23 Even televised events of natural disasters can help, by encouraging a child to imagine what it must be like for people whose lives are devastated by an earthquake or tsunami.
24 I started this programme with the sound of a star whose explosion was seen across half the world around 1066.
25 I suggest it should be an activity whose value lies in the activity itself and not in achieving an external goal.
26 For the moment, the candidates are appealing to a Republican Party whose core is so contorted in fury at Mr. Obama that it barely resembles the one that nominated George W. Bush in 2000.
27 Like most people, I confused myself by looking at people like artists and musicians whose life's "work" fills their time.
28 This is nothing new, but a recent rise in support for the British National Party (BNP), a far-right group whose policies include paying non-whites to go "home" to Africa or Asia, has rung alarm bells.
29 For DI to work, you must have an interface whose concrete class you can inject into the consumer of the behavior you desire.
30 Once they get there they are clumsy in the narrow streets of ancient cities and intimidating to the locals whose support is needed to fight insurgents.