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1 Soon, a number of movie companies worked there year-round, and in 1911, Dwan began working part-time in Hollywood.
2 This climate has helped tourism as visitors to the island can reliably expect warm, sunny clear skies year-round.
3 However, after a time the mines did not require his full-time, year-round, attention and he returned to his interests in natural history at Harvard.
4 Originally it was only available during a few months of the year, but it is now grown in greenhouses and is available year-round.
5 During that same time frame, grain-feeding of cattle during low pasture months made milk increasingly available year-round.
6 Although the Arctic foxes are active year-round and do not hibernate, they attempt to preserve fat by reducing their locomotor activity.
7 The blue morph is often a dark blue, brown, or grey color year-round.
8 however, the thermal conductance of the Arctic fox in the winter is lower than the summer since fur thickness increases by 140%. In the summer, the thermal conductance of the Arctic foxes body is 114% higher than the winter, but their body core temperature is constant year-round.
9 The climate of Aswan is extremely dry year-round, with less than 1 mm (0 in) of average annual precipitation.
10 Sierra Nevada Natural Park has Iberia's lowest average annual temperature, (3.9 °C or 39.0 °F at Pradollano) and its peaks remain snowy practically year-round.
11 The area receives plentiful rainfall year-round, with thunderstorms possible throughout the year.
12 The recreation area is open year-round and operates on user fees.
13 Under the Köppen classification, Atlanta has a humid subtropical climate (Cfa) with four distinct seasons and generous precipitation year-round, typical for the Upland South;
14 Due to the marine influence, temperatures remain mild year-round.
15 Climate in this area has mild differences between highs and lows, and there is adequate rainfall year-round.
16 The Black Volta is one of the country's only two rivers which flow year-round, the other being the Komoé, which flows to the southwest.
17 The Black Volta is one of the country's only two rivers which flow year-round, the other being the Komoé, which flows to the southwest.
18 The second important tool was indoor climbing walls, which helped spread the sport to areas without outdoor climbing and allowed serious climbers to train year-round.
19 Van Wickle Gates The Van Wickle Gates, dedicated on June 18, 1901, have a pair of smaller side gates that are open year-round, and a large central gate that is opened two days a year for Convocation and Commencement.
20 If its territory has access to open water, it remains there year-round, but if the body of water freezes during the winter, making it impossible to obtain food, it migrates to the south or to the coast.
21 In some jurisdictions it may be permissible to use land until specifically told not to. The Perrine Bridge in Twin Falls, Idaho, is an example of a man-made structure in the United States where BASE jumping is allowed year-round without a permit.
22 Climate in this area has mild differences between highs and lows, and there is adequate rainfall year-round.
23 However, blue whales are not as specific in their movement patterns, and there is substantial evidence of alternative strategies, such as year-round residency, partial or differential migration, and anomalous habits such as feeding on breeding grounds.
24 For Antarctic blue whales, for example, some remain year-round in the Antarctic, some remain year-round in northerly grounds, and most disperse throughout the Southern Hemisphere in the austral winter months.
25 Acoustic recordings suggest that some individuals may remain on their feeding grounds and on their breeding grounds year-round.
26 Acoustic data suggests that some individuals may remain on their feeding grounds year-round.
27 In the Western North Atlantic, blue whales migrate to the Gulf of St. Lawrence in the summer to feed, but some may remain year-round.
28 however, year-round acoustic detections near the West Antarctic Peninsula, the Weddell Sea and along the Greenwich meridian, eastern Antarctica, and year-round catches around South Georgia suggest a small portion may remain in Antarctica year-round.
29 Like the Madagascar population, this population’s distribution remains north of 52°S. Pygmy subspecies (B. m. brevicauda) – Eastern Australia/New Zealand population: Data from strandings, sightings, and acoustic detections suggest that this population is present in New Zealand waters nearly year-round.
30 Sighting and stranding data suggest that most remain in the central northern Indian Ocean year-round Acoustic evidence of Sri Lanka song types suggest some travel to sub-Antarctic waters around Crozet Islands in late summer and early fall.