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In fact, that definition of militias — small, armed groups of civilians fighting against the government — has characterized these kinds of movements throughout American history, Churchill told us.

A self-contained, persistent blob of turbulence constructed of well-characterized vortices offers a new world of possibilities for measurement and analysis.

However, despite the vitriol that has come to characterize the campaign, most Bay Staters see the race as a choice between two good Democrats.

Today’s Elections In Massachusetts Are Another Big Test For The Progressive MovementNathaniel Rakich ( 1, 2020FiveThirtyEight

Clipper will orbit Jupiter, but will conduct about 45 flybys of Europa and use a suite of instruments to characterize the surface and subsurface as much as possible.

For such a system, “its behavior is no longer characterized just by a temperature,” Bechhoefer says.

Using these observations, researchers characterized the boundary layer at Dome A and its effect on telescope observations.

We may, in the first place, assume that law or plan must characterize creation.

The extent and variety of Mr. Rollins's business relations make it impossible to characterize them with brevity.

These two features suffice to characterize her malady, which was moral as well as physical.

They realized the proper qualities which should characterize one placed in this responsible position, and chose accordingly.

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