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Somehow across time and many amphibious families, front-burrowing lifestyles became advantageous in drier environments.
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Apple’s timing is also advantageous in that it coincides with India’s feud with China.
Direct origination is not new, but our ability to offer corporations these private credit solutions in a large-scale way is a trend advantageous to them.
During times of crisis, they share advantageous genes with one another like children sharing candies.
In their 2019 paper Holm and Rotenberg found that some drawings provide a more advantageous starting position for inserting an edge than others.
It’s advantageous for the brain to cancel out those signals since they don’t provide new information about the environment — but in doing so, slight touch sensations might get suppressed, too.
Lévy walks are now seen as a movement pattern that a nervous system can produce in the absence of useful sensory or mnemonic information, when it is an animal’s most advantageous search strategy.
It is more advantageous to pluck the leaves when they are dry than when they are moist.
Wars in India and China, brought gloriously to an advantageous termination.
All the anthropoid apes are certainly intelligent enough to do this, if it should prove advantageous to them.
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