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So the next step could be exploring whether or not the more aggressive caterpillars grow into aggressive butterflies, he says.

Meanwhile, the delta’s tigers are becoming more aggressive because of the changing climate, Mondol says.

When we looked at this 12 months ago, we were looking at an aggressive strategy to build on the strengths we have.

That’s given Republicans an electoral advantage, which they’ve in turn used to stack electoral rules in their favor through aggressive gerrymandering, favorable Supreme Court decisions, and more.

It’s a not-so-scientific theory from Freud’s 1920 book Beyond the Pleasure Principle that suggests people exhibit this instinct outwardly, with actions that are aggressive, risky, or harmful.

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Twitch—the popular game-streaming site acquired by Amazon for $970 million in 2014—was forced to take more aggressive action on copyright by record labels.

Both Facebook and Twitter are cracking down in new ways, taking more aggressive approaches to policing misinformation about the electoral process this year than ever before.

The company attributed its performance this year to aggressive cost-cutting and its growing cargo business.

His surgeon, Vincent Laudone of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York, appeared on “Today” and said Roker’s prostate would be removed because of the cancer’s aggressive nature.

Sullivan has been more aggressive than judges in Pennsylvania, New York and Washington state in his oversight of the mail system.

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