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Insects are more abundant and widespread than any other class of animal.
Being abundant and cheap, hydrogen was the lifting gas used for airships throughout the early 1900s.
Sometimes I think people question plant efficacy because so many medicinal plants are so abundant and readily available.
The researchers decided to try the depleting-PTB technique on astrocytes, star-shaped non-neuronal cells that are abundant in the brain.
In turn, RLSA provides abundant research and analysis possibilities for those who want to make their products sell in standard marketing and sales platforms, both real and digital.
While there’s still a long way to go, it seems the houses of the future might be giant batteries that can charge themselves using abundant renewable energy.
It also doesn’t rely on radioactive elements like uranium and plutonium for fuel, instead using abundant isotopes of hydrogen called deuterium and tritium.
It is no news that Instagram Shopping has garnered abundant interest.
The truth is, that we need both the discipline of harness and the abundant nourishment of the free pasture.
THE INTELLECTUAL LIFE=PHILIP GILBERT HAMERTON
The advantages conferred upon us by abundant supplies of iron and by cheap labour will not last for ever.
ANCIENT AND MODERN SHIPS.GEORGE C. V. HOLMES

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