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Storfer and his colleagues reconstructed the history of the tumor’s spread by analyzing changes in tumor genes that evolve in a regular, clocklike manner.
A HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS FACE CANCER MAY NOT WIPE OUT TASMANIAN DEVILS AFTER ALLJONATHAN LAMBERTDECEMBER 10, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
Under his directions, from the moment war was declared, everything worked with clocklike precision.
FAMOUS MEN AND GREAT EVENTS OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURYCHARLES MORRIS
The guns of the American squadron roared with clocklike regularity, while the firing from the Spanish ships steadily decreased.
AMERICAN MEN OF ACTIONBURTON E. STEVENSON
Their evening visits partook of the same clocklike regularity.
THE GIRL FROM TIM'S PLACECHARLES CLARK MUNN
He took the instrument in his big hand and watched the clocklike face intently.
STAND BY FOR MARS!CAREY ROCKWELL
Jamie ceased the clocklike motion of his body to and fro over the difficult lesson.
FOESMARY JOHNSTON
Yet carry on he did, and with only less clocklike a regularity than the imperturbable "Kilroy" itself.
STORIES OF THE SHIPSLEWIS R. FREEMAN
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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